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Teresa Liu '09 was nice enough to sit down and tell us about what she's doing and how her time at Berkshire informed her work at Apple. Read more here.
Mr. Gulotta, history teacher extraordinaire, sat down and talked history - his own, the School's, and the kind he teaches - and it was all just as compelling as you would imagine. He also lets us know something very important. You can see what he said and watch a video of an interview by Les Clifford, former faculty and old friend, here.
Dr. Burch and Josiah Tolvo '16 attended a conference of scientific research in Albany. See some of what they experienced here.
This week, music students have been working hard in preparation for Friday night's performance. Get the details and see a short video here.
The ASC performed Hamlet for the whole school last week, then seniors continued a 15-year tradition with Hamlet Night on Tuesday night. See Mr. Miller's overview and a slideshow of Hamlet Night here.
Students in Berkshire's history department are working together to present a weekly offering of current events. Read more and see some great video here.
Noah Faison '16 is studying in China for the year, and we've linked to his blog. Read a short explanation and see his blog here.
AP Photo, Advanced Humanities, and Multivariable Calculus all left campus recently to see what they could learn. Read more and see short slideshows from those trips here.
The Visiting Artist Series is presenting a concert Sunday night. Read more from Dr. Wu here.
This week, in preparation for the culminating event of Berkshire's collaboration with the Norman Rockwell Museum, WAMC came to campus to interview Dr. Skip Meade, Nadine Lloyd, and two AP Art students. See more here!
Berkshire's AP Art students are collaborating with the Norman Rockwell Museum, where they'll show their work on October 4th. Read more about their work and see a slideshow here.
On Friday and Saturday, Berkshire culminated its All-School Read for 2014 with personal conversations, lectures, and question-and-answer sessions with alums and
JiWon Ryoo '14 is being recognized nationally for a piece she created while at Berkshire, a piece that mixes her loves of math and of art. Read more and see the piece here.
Interested in traveling during Pro Vita this year? Check out Mrs. Bullock's details here.
AMSR goes on the road, with fifth former Josiah Tolvo '16 presenting work to a Society for Microbiology meeting in Albany. Read more about his work and the meeting here.
While Geier Library is being renovated, Mrs. Holnagel is using space on the third floor of Berkshire Hall as a temporary space. And what a space it is! See more here.
On Friday, AP Art students went to the Norman Rockwell Museum. Read why and see a slideshow of their visit here!
This week, the faculty return to Berkshire to get ready to greet the students - meet our newest additions here!
Mr. Turner has recently spent his summers in school - read more to find out what he's been doing!
Will Pang '15 was nice enough to sit down and tell us about the process of writing his editorial for the Berkshire Eagle. Read his summary and his piece, here!
Every summer, Mr. MacKenzie tours college campuses in a specific region of the US - on a bike! This year, he was in Ohio. Read about the trip and see a slideshow and watch a short video here!
This summer, Mrs. Bullock ran a camp in Arlington, VT that you'll want to read about - see more here!
This year's Distinguished Alumna is from the class of '86 - read more here!
Mrs. Bullock has posted the Pro Vita Excursions for 2015 - check them out here!
The 2013-14 Dome came out this week; view the electronic version here!
This year, our Independent Study, Advanced Math Science Research, and Advanced Humanities Research students have been doing some amazing research - see a list of their projects, some explanatory videos, and a slideshow from their presentations here!
Read this month's Alumni Profile of Jenna Pollock '89 as she talks about her time at Berkshire and beyond.
Pratima '14 spoke movingly at morning meeting about her time at Berkshire. Watch the video here.
On Friday, Berkshire hosted friends and families of the School for the official opening of our new Fine Arts Center. Read about it and see a slideshow from the evening here.
The 2014 All-School Read is I Am Malala. Learn more about it here!
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