On Thursday, January 16, Grade 8 girls presented the live art installation Hope for Peace in the Martin Center. Dancing in 15 small groups, each girl was asked to reflect on an area of the world where its inhabitants are in need.
On Thursday, January 9, Partners In Health co-founder Ophelia Dahl spoke to girls in Grades 11 and 12 about her childhood, time spent in Haiti, her portrayal in Tracy Kidder’s Mountains Beyond Mountains, and Partners In Health.
Room 232 was transformed into a courtroom, complete with a jury of faculty and Mr. Szilvasy in full court dress as the judge, for the trial of Frankenstein’s monster, the creature created by Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley’s classic novel.
This winter, the Science Department welcomed alumnae to Anatomy and Physiology classes to speak to Upper School girls about their education and experiences in the medical field.
On Thursday, November 21, C. Bizup ’23 spoke before the Brookline Town Meeting to advocate for the passage of a warrant article to lower the voting age in municipal elections to 16. Thanks to the lobbying efforts of people like Bizup, the article passed 142 in favor, 71 opposed, and six abstaining.