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As the executive director of the Philadelphia-based group Art Reach, Marion Friedman Young ’96 helps make art and cultural experiences accessible to all.
Classes were suspended on Friday, December 12, when CBS News, Newsworks and the Chestnut Hill Local came to campus to cover GFS’s Social Justice Teach-In, which was organized—and motivated—by Upper School students.
Students in Hal Morra’s class create Joseph Cornell-inspired Dream Boxes as windows into their identities.
The Early Risers program offers fun, skills and more for fourth and fifth graders.
The holiday issue of The Corner is jam-packed with lots of fun reads.
Middle School students spend a day off of school helping a local elementary school start a library.
Hip hop scholar James Peterson draws parallels between the music genre’s underground culture and Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man.
This fall’s drama presentation was an “open classroom” production of Peter Gill’s new play, Versailles, with faculty across departments working collaboratively to examine World War I from academic, social, ideological and artistic perspectives.
WAKIN’ UP: French Toast
SOUPER SOUP: Cauliflower Cheddar
CHEF'S TABLE: Holiday Buffet
DOWNTOWN DELI: Tuna & Spinach wrap