• Math Club Finishes Strong at Princeton Math Competition

    Posted November 25, 2014

    Congratulations to the School Math Club, which finished third in the B Division of the Princeton University Mathematics Competition (PUMac)! Tanat Komolsiripakdi ’15 was the competition’s top individual scorer and finished first in the algebra portion. PUMaC took place at Princeton University on Nov. 22.

  • Pierre-Louis Prepped for a Slam Dunk Season

    Adam Richman '15
    Posted November 24, 2014

    With the weather changing from cool and brisk to cold and snowy, it is once again basketball season at Lawrenceville. This year’s boys’ varsity basketball squad hopes to build off of last year’s 13-8 record, with some of the new young talent filling in for last year’s graduates. The squad will primarily be led by Fifth Form veterans, including Sebastien Pierre-Louis ’15.

  • Lawrentians Sign NCAA National Letters of Intent

    Posted November 21, 2014
    Left to right: Dean Lamela, Hailey Kruger, Jane Kirby, Daniel Leckie

    Five Lawrentians have signed NCAA National Letters of Intent. They have committed to attend some of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities next year as student-athletes. Congratulations to these multi-talented Fifth Formers!

  • Lawrentians Prep Thanksgiving Dinner for Local Families

    Posted November 21, 2014

    Thirty Trenton, N.J. families will enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings thanks to the generosity of members of the Lawrenceville School community.

  • Zero-Waste Initiative Announced

    Akash Bagaria ’16, from The Lawrence
    Posted November 21, 2014

    During a recent School meeting, George Lankas ’15 and Jonas Frumkin ’15, representatives of the Big Red Engineers Club, revealed plans to implement a zero-waste system on campus. While Lawrenceville has, over the past several years, made considerable progress on the issue of waste management, this new system aims to eliminate waste entirely.

  • Big Red Basketball Set for Big Season

    Posted November 20, 2014

    Ron Kane is always eager for the boys’ varsity basketball season to start, but this year the always-enthusiastic head coach is more excited than ever.

  • Emily Li Reaches the Top 10 on “Chinese Idol”

    Posted November 18, 2014

    Emily Li ’17 has reached the Top 10 on Chinese Idol! The singing sensation performed Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.” She will compete for a spot in the Top Eight on Sunday, Nov. 16.

  • Hutchins Scholars Share Summer Research

    Posted November 18, 2014

    Lawrenceville's Hutchins Scholars recently shared with the School highlights of their summer research projects. Teamed with researchers from around the globe, the young scientists investigated a host of projects in biology, chemistry, environmental science, materials science, and theoretical chemistry.

  • Nov. 25: Big Red Farm to Assist Local Nonprofits

    Posted November 14, 2014

    Jack Frost is beginning to make his presence known on campus, but the Big Red Farm is still going strong and ready to share the harvest!

  • Lawrentians Celebrate Diwali

    Brian Li '17, from The Lawernce
    Posted November 13, 2014
    Credit: Lisa Kim '17/The Lawrence

    Members of the Lawrenceville community gathered in the Chapel to celebrate the Hindu holiday of Diwali. One of the most commonly and widely celebrated Hindu holidays in the world, Diwali’s influence has reached deep into the religious life of our campus. Lawrenceville is spreading the message of the celebration to the many Lawrenceville community members across a wide spectrum of faiths who attended the event, providing students and faculty alike with an opportunity to gain deep insight into the Hindu faith.