Beaver Athletic Director Sherry Levin announced the recipients of the latest Athletic Accolades at the all-school meeting on April 29. Reid Bernstein ’10 (varsity baseball), Brae Cabot ’10 (varsity softball), and Jamie Kennedy ’15 (MS […]
Archive | April, 2010
Laura E. Vanderberg is Assistant Director of the Academic Resource Center for the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University, which helps students develop effective time management strategies and study and presentation skills. She […]
The award presentation was held on April 22 at the Princeton Club in Boston, at an event attended by the University’s president Shirley M. Tilghman and more than 600 local alumni. Her faculty sponsor, Hiatt […]
Yesterday we had our final review for the Balloon Studio. JP and Oliver Yeh from MIT joined us for the review. We will be uploading all of the final projects under the studio page.
Actress Fedna Jacquet ’06 will appear in a new play, The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie, premiering in Boston, from April 30 through May 22, 2010. The drama, by Boston playwright and director Lois Roach of Company One, is set at the time of the Emancipation Proclamation, and includes music and movement by the OrigiNation Dance Troupe. Fedna, who is graduating from Brown University this spring, plays Cook Mary.
Watch a video trailer. Production details: The Emancipation of Mandy and Miz Ellie April 30, 2010—May 22, 2010 Boston Center for the Arts Plaza Theatre 539 Tremont Street, South End, Boston Wednesdays + Thursdays @ […]
Seventh graders have begun working on the culminating project of their school year, the Cultural Heritage Project (CHP), and they are using a wiki to keep themselves organized. Students are asked to choose a country […]
To boost our energy, we bought some dry ice to play with. After playing around, we decided to do an art project with the dry ice. We mixed some yellow paint with the water and […]
Hayley and Jeff have been working on the RC plane for the past 5 days. We should have it running tomorrow.
We packed our stuff and headed to Julian’s site to test his huge kite/balloon. Since the balloon was so big, we decided to attach two cameras, a canon powershot and a flip. In retrospect, that […]