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  • Thompson invited to Nike Lacrosse Camp

    Posted September 1, 2014
    Griffin Thompson '16 (right, #9) at Nike's "The Ride" lacrosse camp

    Lawrenceville’s boys’ lacrosse team concluded its season in May, but not goalie Griffin Thompson ’16. Thompson was one of only 100 high school lacrosse players, all rising juniors, invited to attend Nike’s “The Ride” camp in Beaverton, Ore. From July 19-23, the student-athletes received specialized training, coaching, and faced off against each other in scrimmages and games. They also met with top NCAA and pro lacrosse players. The camp, Thompson said, “… is certainly high up on my list as one of the best lacrosse experiences I've had.”

  • 2014-15 Exhibits at the Gruss CVA Hutchins Gallery

    Posted August 27, 2014
    Credit: Andrew Wilkinson

    It’s going to be another great year at the Gruss Center of Visual Arts (CVA)! Sculpture, photography, painting … there will be something for every art aficionado to enjoy. The CVA’s Marguerite and James Hutchins Gallery will feature works by nationally and locally recognized artists, as well as the much-anticipated student and faculty exhibitions.

  • Lawrentians Build Solar Suitcases & Light Up Nairobi

    Danny Goldman '15
    Posted August 26, 2014

    We Care Solar Suitcases, constructed in by students in Lawrenceville’s Environmental Science classes (taught by Science Master Reuwai Hanewald), are now lighting up the nights of underserved residents of Nairobi, Kenya. Danny Goldman ’15, an integral part of bringing the project to Lawrenceville, helped deliver and install the Suitcases this summer. Here’s his story:

  • Joe Tsai '82 Profiled by Bloomberg Media

    Posted August 25, 2014
  • Lawrenceville Names 13th Head Master

    Posted August 21, 2014

    The Lawrenceville School Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Stephen S. Murray has been named The Lawrenceville School’s 13th Head Master, effective July 1, 2015. Murray will succeed Elizabeth A. Duffy, who has led the school since 2003.

  • Former Science Master Pens Book on Leopold Reserve

    Posted August 18, 2014
    Credit: Alex Domb '17

    Lawrenceville connections last a lifetime … and not just for students. Former School science master Steve Laubach is the author of a new book concerning the legacy of legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold (Class of 1905). “Living a Land Ethic: A History of Cooperative Conservation on the Leopold Memorial Reserve” highlights private landowner efforts to conserve the landscape around Leopold’s shack near Baraboo, Wis., starting in 1967.

  • Big Red Farm Interns Harvest Lifetime Lessons

    Shubhankar Chhokra ‘14
    Posted August 15, 2014

    It’s said that if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; if you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. While even the most die-hard of farming purists wouldn’t last longer than a few days on a diet of beets and kohlrabi, the proverb speaks volumes about what my fellow interns and I have gained from our summer stint at the Big Red Farm.

  • A.D. Shares Expertise with USA Today

    Posted August 13, 2014

    When USA Today needed an expert on the prevention of youth sport injuries, they knew exactly who to call: Lawrenceville Athletic Director Michael Goldenberg. Goldenberg, also a member of the National Association of Athletic Trainers Board, is quoted in the August 13 story, “Report urges planning now to curb youth sports injuries.” He addresses concerns about injuries resulting from overuse as well as the risks of physical and emotional burnout among young athletes.

  • Lawrentians Teach Latin to Trenton Youth

    Keerthana Annamaneni ‘16
    Posted August 12, 2014

    Brandon Medina ’15 and Sammy Bhatia ’15 brought a taste of the Classics to the Young Scholars Institute of Trenton (N.J.), where they taught eleven Trenton middle school students the basics of the Latin language and Roman culture.

  • Rising Scholars Ready to Make Their Marks

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Starting at any new school, especially as a boarding student, can be stressful. New teachers, living away from home, and often a completely different way of teaching and learning can be more challenging than attending your local high school. To facilitate the transition to Lawrenceville for students for whom boarding school represents a significant departure from familiar educational settings, culture, and expectations, the School provides the Rising Scholars Program (RPS).

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