News

  • Second Winterfest Weekend Will Wow Lawrenceville

    Posted February 11, 2016

    The Black Box at the Kirby Arts Center is about to heat up with a second chapter of Winterfest performances! Last weekend’s sold-out shows wowed campus – and audiences can expect the same Feb. 12-14. Tickets are available at the Kirby Arts Center 30 minutes prior to the show time.

  • Stock Market Yields Success for Bagaria ‘17

    Posted February 10, 2016

    Mystified by the market? Raj Bagaria ’17 may have the answers. He’s the co-founder of Thessalus Capital Management, an investment club that’s beating the odds on Wall Street.

  • Boys’ & Girls' Indoor Track Repeat as State Champs

    Posted February 10, 2016

    Congratulations to the boys’ and girls’ indoor track teams – 2015-16 NJSIAA champions! The wins were “a true team effort,” according to boys’ varsity indoor track head coach Eric Chaput, thanks to hard work throughout the Big Red roster. Highlights included:

  • Ron Kane ’83 Coaches Winners On and Off the Court

    Posted February 9, 2016
    The Big Red basketball coaching staff shows its support for Coaches vs. Cancer/Suits and Sneakers.

    English Master and varsity basketball coach Ron Kane ’83 jokes that he spends more time with his players than with his wife during the season. Together nearly every day for three months and 25 games, Kane uses the opportunity to get his team involved in community service initiatives, hoping to even the score by keeping life in perspective beyond the court.

  • Big Red Profile: Claire Garcia ‘18

    James Wellemeyer ‘18
    Posted February 9, 2016

    Claire Garcia, currently a Third Form student from New York City, came to Lawrenceville last year as a second former. She is a member of the girls’ varsity squash team, preparing for the U.S. Squash High School Team Squash Championships. The tournament runs from Feb. 12-14 at the Philadelphia Cricket Club, Philadelphia. Following is an interview with Garcia:

  • Fencers Ready to Repeat @ State Championships

    Aahana Chatterjee ‘16
    Posted February 9, 2016

    The boys’ and girls’ fencing teams have worked hard all winter and, with only one regular season meet left, are ready to repeat their first place finishes at the NJISAA State Championships. (Meet both squads in their team video!)

  • Lawrentians Write their Way to Scholastic Awards

    Katharina Petermann ’17, from The Lawrence
    Posted February 8, 2016
    Credit: Jonathan Ge '18/The Lawrence

    Six Lawrentians were recognized for their written work by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. The recipients, Sophia Cai ’17, Mercy Campbell ’19, Kristina Gu ’18, Allison Huang ’17, Bradford Lin ’18, and Renee Roche ’18, cumulatively won 16 awards in the Northeast Writing Region-at-Large section of the national competition.

  • Alumni Magazine Takes the Cup(pie)

    Posted February 8, 2016

    The School’ s alumni magazine, The Lawrentian, earned two awards in the ninth annual CUPPIE awards for creative excellence in marketing and communications in education.

  • Branman ’16 Ranked 4th in World in Men’s Foil

    Posted February 8, 2016

    On January 30, Matt Branman ’16 took fifth place at the Age 20 & Under Men’s Foil World Cup in Aix en Provence, France. With this performance, Branman ascends to the world number four ranking in Junior (Age 20 & Under) Men’s Foil. Further, for the second year in a row, he has been selected by the United States Fencing Association as a member of the four-member Junior National Team to fence in both the individual and team men’s foil events at the 2016 Junior World Championships to be held this April in Bourges, France.

    For additional information on all Lawrenceville School news, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at lgillard@lawrenceville.org.

  • Big Red Profile: Jordan Harris ‘16

    Michael Zhao ‘17
    Posted February 5, 2016

    Jordan Harris '16 came into Lawrenceville as a new Fourth Former, two years later than most of his peers arrived. However, welcomed initially into the Woodhull House, he soon found a community of like-minded, similarly passionate people on the Big Red varsity boys' basketball team. "I love all my teammates here at Lawrenceville; we are all like family," he said.

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