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Monthly Archives: March 2013
One of the perks of meeting with a teacher or advisor? Office snacks! Students know who has the best candy dish or hidden snack stash in their office. Even some departments are known for always having a quality spread … Continue reading
A crowd gathered in Gleason Hall before Marc Kessler ’13 emerged from a large, wrapped box to invite Arielle D’Angelo ’13 to prom.
Foster Gallery artist Christine Collins visited classes at Nobles today. English teacher Peter Raymond—one of the subjects in Collin’s photographs of beekeepers—brought his class to meet the artist. Collin’s exhibit, “The Keepers,” is on display in the gallery until April … Continue reading
The ice has thawed and our rowers are back on the Charles.
Two students from the Sapporo Intercultural and Technological (SIT) High School in Japan arrived on campus and were welcomed by the Nobles community on Mon., March 25. Kana, grade 11, and Mai, grade 12, (pictured in the front row with faculty … Continue reading
These Assembly seats won’t be empty for long! Monday, March 25 marks the first day back from spring break. We hope everyone is well-rested and ready to return to campus for the final stretch.
This Nobles student puts the finishing touches on painting project in New Orleans. The group worked with Habitat for Humanity, St. Paul’s Homecoming Center, the St. Bernard Middle School, Common Ground Wetlands Project and the Annunciation Mission, doing wonderful work … Continue reading
Today marks the first day of spring. Students on spring varsity athletic teams are back on campus this week for practice.
It may be March break, but the building and grounds crew have been hard at work clearing up the snow for staff, residents and guests on campus. Are we ready for spring yet?