• Oct. 28-29: Garden State Boys’ Varsity WaPo Invitational @ Lawrenceville

    James Wellemeyer '18
    Posted October 26, 2016

    On Oct. 28-29, Lawrenceville will host the Garden State Boys’ Varsity Water Polo Invitational Tournament, to be held in the School’s Lavino Field House. Big Red will compete against teams from the Pennington School, Saint Benedict’s Preparatory School, St. Peter’s Preparatory School, and Pingry. Matches begin at 4:00 p.m. on Oct. 28, with Lawrenceville facing off against Pennington.

  • Oct. 28-29: The Periwig Club Presents “Cinderella”

    Posted October 26, 2016

    No need for spectacular slippers! All are invited to enjoy Lawrenceville’s enchanting production of “Cinderella” on Oct. 28-29 in the Allan P. Kirby Arts Center. The magic begins each night at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free with a Lawrenceville School ID card and for children under the age of 12. A suggested donation of $5 is asked of all other audience members.

  • Class of 2020 Visits the Big Red Farm

    Liana Raguso '20, Elyssa Chou '20, and Giao Vu Dinh '20
    Posted October 26, 2016
    Credit: Alexandra Stach '20

    On Oct. 19, a clear, sunny Wednesday morning, the entire Second Form walked over to Lawrenceville’s Big Red Farm to see this vital part of the School community. Farm Manager Peter Crooke and Farm Crew Supervisor Jake Morrow spoke on important aspects of the Farm (including how produce gets from the fields to the dining hall) and how sustainability is promoted at Lawrenceville.

  • Husic ’18 Selected USA Water Polo Academic All-American

    James Wellemeyer '18
    Posted October 25, 2016

    FJ Husic ‘18, varsity water polo player, Kennedy House President, and a member of the School’s “varsity” choir, was recently been recognized as a 2015-2016 Academic All-American by USA Water Polo, an award that aims to “[recognize athletes] for their hard work in the classroom,” according to its website.

  • Welles Awards II: From Post-Punk to Pakistan

    Posted October 24, 2016

    If someone gave you the funds to research whatever you wanted – and do something meaningful with that knowledge - what would you choose? The 2016 Welles Award recipients had exactly that opportunity this summer – and came up with some truly innovative and fun projects.

  • Big Red Field Hockey Wins Mercer County Tournament

    Posted October 23, 2016

    Lawrenceville’s varsity field hockey team entered the season with three goals: win the Mercer County Tournament (MCT), top the MAPL, and bring home the state title.

    One down!

  • Students and Faculty from Emanuel School Visit Lawrenceville

    Injil Muhammad ’17 and Cathy Wu ’17
    Posted October 20, 2016

    This past Monday, ten students and four faculty members from the Emanuel School in London arrived at Lawrenceville. Their main goal of the trip was to collaborate with Lawrentians, in particular with the Heely Scholars, on their research topics comparing Britain with the United States. Along the way, the students and faculty also attended Lawrenceville classes and met many members of the Lawrenceville community.

  • Girls’ Tennis Wins State Championship

    Posted October 20, 2016

    Congratulations to the girls’ varsity tennis team, winners of the 2016 NJISAA Girls’ “A” Division championship! Big Red swept first, second, and third singles, as well as first and second doubles. Matches were held yesterday at the Warren Health and Racquet Club in Warren, N.J.

  • Midday Music Artist Profile: Alex Liu ‘18

    Allison Huang '17
    Posted October 19, 2016

    At the Oct. 21 Midday Music Concert (Clark Music Building, Dresdner Hall, 12:30 p.m.), Alex Liu ‘18 will play a clarinet solo piece by Paul Harvey called “Three Etudes on Themes of Gershwin.” Liu is Principal Clarinet of both Lawrenceville’s Community Orchestra and selective Collegium orchestra. He also competes in competitions and performs in recitals outside school.

  • Big Red Profile: Mike MacLean ‘17, Brandon Leibman ‘17, & Isaiah Wingfield ‘17

    Brittany Sun ‘19
    Posted October 17, 2016

    Fifth Formers Mike MacLean, Brandon Leibman, and Isaiah Wingfield are captains of the 2016 Lawrenceville varsity football team. The trio hope to successfully lead the team with strong dedication; they will be training hard and improving each day