On Saturday, November 17, three Loomis Chaffee varsity teams will play in New England tournament semifinal action. The boys soccer team, girls soccer team, and girls volleyball team will all be competing for a chance to play in Class A New England Prep School Athletic Conference championships on Sunday, November 18.
News & Calendar
Winners of the Project Green Goes Prose student writing competition, focused on promoting sustainability initiatives on the Island, were acknowledged by student leaders of Project Green and the Writing Initiatives faculty on Wednesday, November 14.
This year's fall play, Shakespeare's comedy Twelfth Night or What You Will, entertained audiences during its five-performance run in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater October 31 through November 3.Connect to view the program and photo gallery.
Richard Wright, the Orvil Dryfoos Professor of Public Affairs at Dartmouth College, was the guest speaker on domestic and global immigration at an evening seminar for Global Studies students on Tuesday, November 6.
The boys soccer team won its second consecutive Founders League title and its first regular-season Class A Western New England Championship since 2014 with a 7-0 win over Kent on Saturday, November 10.
It is fall tournament season on the Island! Three Loomis Chaffee teams — boys cross country, girls cross country, and boys water polo — competed in New England championships on Saturday, November 10, and three other squads — boys soccer, girls soccer, and girls volleyball — will play in New England tournament quarterfinal games at home on Wednesday, November 14.
Singer-songwriter Juliana Just Costa '09 and her brother, Jesse Just Costa, were guest musicians and presented an evening concert of acoustic world music on the Island on Friday, November 6.
Threat, an exhibition of artwork in mixed media by Leila Daw, will be on display in the Mercy Gallery November 8 through December. 7.
Alex Myers, author, activist, and English teacher, shared his personal experiences as a transgender individual and spoke about gender identity in the context of this year's school theme, Mental Well-Being, at a convocation on November 5.
The boys cross country team raced to its fifth consecutive Founders League Championship on Saturday, November 3, at Taft, and junior Matt Farrell led the way, racing to his third individual Founders win.