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    Swiftie Flex Day

  • Guest Speaker Jeffrey Abrams presents at webinar combatting antisemitism

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    Guest Speaker Jeffrey Abrams presents at webinar combatting antisemitism

  • Members of Peer Tutoring meet in the Learning Center.

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    Peer Tutoring expands offerings

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    HWPA hosts Halloween Senior Appreciation event

  • Former team captain Jameson McMullen 19 poses for his swim team photo.

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    Remembering Jameson McMullen ’19

  • Jewish activist Ben Freeman speaks to the upper school community in Taper Gym.

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    Jewish activist Ben Freeman speaks on antisemitism

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    Captain America: Student by Day, Soccer Star by Night

  • Students are lacking spirit, which leads them to forget how enjoyable the school community can be.

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    Stepping up our Spirit

  • SPREADING AWARENESS: Carter Staggs ’23 performs in the “Laramie Project: Ten Years Later,” shedding light on LGBTQ rights.

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    Shepard Foundation speaks at HW

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A student sells Natural Divide T-shirts on the quad to raise money for Global Giving.
Credit: Luke Schneider/Chronicle

Student’s clothing company raises money for hurricane victims

Luke Schneider December 1, 2017

Nick Settelmayer ’18, who founded clothing company Natural Division, held a fundraiser on the quad today to benefit victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Maria and Irma. T-shirts sold for $25, and all of the...

Brooke Kawana 18 poses after passing the water filters to Dr. Lisa Newell. Credit: Printed with permission of Brooke Kawana.

Student aids Hurricane Harvey victims

Kaitlin Musante September 25, 2017

Following the mass destruction of Hurricane Harvey, Brooke Kawana ’18 sent 100 water filters to the residents of Bevil Oaks, Texas, who were left without access to drinking water. For the water from...

The hurricane flooded areas of Texas, including Rice Universitys campus. Credit: Claire Stevens 15

Hurricane Harvey hits community members

Kaitlin Musante September 7, 2017

Broken branches, abandoned bicycles and debris filled the streets of southeastern Texas, a sign of the destruction that had taken place just hours earlier. Claire Stevens ’16 watched the mess swirl...

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