The twenty-one students who presented their Independent Study projects on Thursday evening were an energetic and enthusiastic group. They were also masters of their topics, which ranged from philosophical questions about free will to scientific explorations of symbiotic relationships between hydroponic plants and goldfish. Click here to learn more.
The dynamic senior trio of Britt Brown, Sam Clougher and Sam Friedman took home top honors at the Sabin Entrepreneurial Prize Night recently for their business plan to connect musical artists with local venues. The event was the culmination of months of planning for students in the Advanced Economics class, and competition between teams was fierce. Click here to learn more or to watch the presentations.
This Sunday, as part of Writing Center's monthly seminar series, Mr. Clary will share clever tricks to identify and process great amounts of information on the Internet in the most efficient way possible. Working smart is also working less! Come learn how to save time AND get better grades. Click here to learn more.
This Friday, the Center for Global Initiatives screens Girl Rising, an inspiring documentary about the power of education to overcome the traditional subjugation of women and girls in the developing world. The film will be shown in Allen Theater at 7:30 PM and is open to members of the extended Berkshire community.
Many history students participated in a day-long, highly interactive exercise called Axis of Hope recently that fostered effective global citizenship skills through an"intellectual Outward Bound" geo-political case study of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Click here to learn more.