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Wall Street executive visits Kent

Gabrielle Cator

May 3, 2017

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On April 2, 2017, students were treated to desserts and a discussion at Fr. Schell’s house, led by Mr. Manuel Bellod, Managing Director of Solution Partners North America. The discussion covered an overview of careers availabl...

Teacher Profile: Sr. Sanchez

Christina Khalil

May 3, 2017

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Spanish teacher Señor Juan Sanchez was born in Medellin, Colombia and educated in private Jesuit schools throughout his childhood. He spent years in the business world but then decided to change career paths and become a teach...

Paranoia takes over Kent

Alice Benjamin

May 3, 2017

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Paranoia is a school-wide game of tag, known to some from previous schools or summer camps as “assassin.” This year, almost half the school (270 kids) registered for the game, which began on Tuesday April 18th and runs thr...

Science Department offers new Elective Courses

Gia Orsino, Campus News Reporter

April 9, 2017

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Next year could be an exciting one for those interested in science here at Kent, as there are two new electives in the works. First, there is a non-lab course called Pandemics which will be, “a study in the history, evol...

Kent Faculty Embrace Technology…. Or Not.

Jim Forman, Campus News Reporter

April 9, 2017

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In an increasingly technologically equipped and involved society, new problems and answers are arising even within the confines of the Kent community. With the introduction in recent years of school portal websites such as Veracro...

Bell Ringers Take England

Sunny Li, Campus News Reporter

March 1, 2017

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Over winter break, a group of Kent bell ringers took off from NYC for a bellringing adventure in England. The students were all bell ringers who were already familiar with the bells in the small but beautiful St. Joseph’s Ch...

Charles Hill Presents Vance Lecture on Role of Religion in International Conflict

Maddie Griswold, Editor

February 9, 2017

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On Friday January 13, another Vance Lecture was held in Mattison auditorium. Kent hosted diplomat and historian Mr. Charles Hill of Yale to discuss religion and its role in world affairs. This lecture is part of a series dedicated...

Vance Lecturer Jane Golden Addresses the Power of Art

Jim Forman, Campus News Reporter

February 9, 2017

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Kent School’s Vance Lecture series offers students a chance to learn from accomplished individuals who have devoted their lives to the prevention and resolution of various conflicts. A staple of the Kent School experience, ...

Kent Alum works to support kids with cerebral palsy

Gia Orsino, Campus News Reporter

February 9, 2017

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Cerebral palsy is the number one cause of childhood disability around the world. Nearly one third of children with cerebral palsy cannot stand independently and have little or no access to standing therapy. The inability to stand...

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