Photographer and collagist Rashmi Talpade conducted a workshop with Loomis Chaffee students on Monday, December 6, in conjunction with an exhibition of her work in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery in the Richmond Art Center.
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“Study less and learn more.” It’s a concept that sounds almost too good to be true, but as Loomis Chaffee teacher Andrew Watson, an expert on learning and the brain, explained at a convocation on Monday, December 6, with the right approach, students really can train their brains to learn more efficiently and effectively.
The varsity football team defeated Milton Academy 21-3 in a dominant performance on Saturday, November 20, in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference’s Todd Marble Bowl, played on Pratt Field.
After a nine-year hiatus, Kent Day, one of Loomis Chaffee’s most well-known and anticipated traditions, returned on Saturday, November 13.
The girls volleyball team won its third consecutive Founders League title by defeating Kent 3-0 on Saturday, November 13.
Loomis Chaffee students enjoyed an impressive performance of musicianship by guest musicians cellist Rajan Kapoor and pianist Yoshino Toi during an evening of chamber music selections on Monday, November 8.
Astrophysicist Adam Burrows ’71 treated Loomis Chaffee students and faculty to a lively discussion of the tools created by and for scientists in the study of core-collapse supernovae on Wednesday, November 10.
The girls varsity cross country team captured its first Founders League title in five years on Saturday, November 6, on the home course.
Journalist Mark Oppenheimer ’92 returned to the Island to discuss his latest book, Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood.
Loomis Chaffee recently celebrated the opening of the school's first Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station.
A 31-member student cast and crew recently presented the raucous slapstick comedy The Love of Three Oranges during a five-night run on both an outdoor stage next to Chaffee Hall and in the Hubbard Performance Hall.
Students and faculty enjoyed a lively presentation and discussion about stars, astronomy, and life led by astronomer and doctoral candidate Lindsay DeMarchi during an Evening of Science on Tuesday, October 26.
The Loomis Chaffee Performing Arts Department will present this year’s fall play, The Love of Three Oranges next Tuesday through Saturday, October 26–30 on an outdoor stage next to Chaffee Hall.
Loomis Chaffee celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15.
Loomis Chaffee students, faculty, and staff welcomed more than 800 visitors to campus on October 15 and 16 for Family Weekend 2021.
Faculty and student art exhibitions opened in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery and the Barnes and Wilde Galleries in the Richmond Art Center on September 21.
Loomis Chaffee students, faculty, and parent volunteers recently filled the Parton Room in the dining hall with mooncakes, Chinese lanterns, and other decorations to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, the first of many international-inspired events planned for this school year.
Students participating in the Loomis Chaffee Black Alumni Mentoring Program recently met their mentors via video conference, launching the program's second year.
In a rematch of the 2017 Class A New England Prep School Athletic Conference boys soccer championship, the Loomis Chaffee boys varsity soccer team bested the Bears of Berkshire 2-1 on Saturday, October 2.
In an interactive performance of music and discussion, Netta Hadari, a violinist, composer, and teacher in the Loomis Chaffee Performing Arts Department, performed a series of pieces for the violin on September 28 in the Hubbard Performance Hall.