Loomis Chaffee’s Model United Nations organization enjoyed a record-breaking year with large numbers of individual awards recorded at each of their three 2019-20 season conferences.
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Nine senior Global & Environmental Studies Certificate ambassadors developed student-driven programming for the spring arrival of Shared_Spaces, a steel shipping container fitted with interactive technology to connect Loomis Chaffee with communities around the globe.
Ten members of the HAX Robotics team represented Loomis Chaffee at the Connecticut FIRST Tech Robotics State Championship and earned a prestigious Think Award on February 22.
David French, conservative journalist, spoke on Tuesday, February 25 at an all-school convocation on this year’s school theme of “Belonging.”
The brass quintet C Street Brass presented a community concert in the Hubbard Performance Hall and led a masterclass for students in the Wind Ensemble on Monday, February 24.
Gomez, Morticia, and their whole loveable, ghoulish clan wrestled — and sang and danced — with the challenges of change in The Addams Family, a student musical production in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater last week.
Community members gathered on Thursday, February 20, for “Nancy Toney: A Portrait of Strength, a Portal into the Past,” an examination of the life of Ms. Toney, a 19th-century African American woman whose personal history is connected with Loomis Chaffee’s Founders.
Physician, bestselling author, and New York Times contributor Dr. Pauline W. Chen ’82 will deliver the 2020 Commencement address at Loomis Chaffee on Sunday, May 24.
R.J. Paige ’13, who works as a business analyst for the National Football League in New York City, returned to the Island on Monday, February 17, to share some of his early career experiences and offer advice for students about personal savings practices.
Several winners from last month’s Stock Market Game gathered on February 17. Economics teachers Mat DeNunzio and Liz Leyden organized the competition as part of their year-long effort to promote financial literacy at Loomis Chaffee.
The varsity wrestling team competed at the New England Independent School Wrestling Association championship over the weekend at the Governor William A. O'Neill State Armory, in Hartford, Conn.
Loomis Chaffee art students designed book covers this winter for Spanish-language novels written by students from nearby Miss Porter’s School in a collaborative project that also brought together two sisters who are Loomis alumnae.
Six Loomis Chaffee student writers received awards for their original works of poetry and prose in the 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for the Connecticut region.
An essay by junior Haven Low has been selected as a runner-up in a New York Times personal narrative essay contest for teenagers, which drew 8,000 entries from around the world.
Loomis Chaffee winter sports teams participated in a campaign to change the wider sports culture surrounding concussions through a program with the Headway Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes sports safety and concussion awareness.
Gomez, Morticia, and their whole lovable, ghoulish clan wrestle with the challenges of change in The Addams Family, a musical production to be presented in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater February 19–22.
Violinist Aaron Packard of Cuatro Puntos string ensemble presented a masterclass for Loomis Chaffee music students on Thursday, January 30, and the ensemble performed in a public recital that evening in Hubbard Performance Hall.
“Youth,” a student-curated exhibition of photographs from the Buhl Collection, will be on display in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery through April 14, 2020. Concurrently, an exhibition of student artwork will be on display in the Barnes and Wilde galleries of the Richmond Art Center.
A group of Loomis Chaffee students engaged school-aged children on the topic of homelessness at a Paddington Bear-themed event at the Windsor Pubic Library on Tuesday, January 28.
Congratulations to five Loomis Chaffee art students whose work was honored at the 2020 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards Ceremony at the University of Hartford on Sunday, January 26.