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By Pierce Bausano — 1/22/2015

On the morning of Monday, January 16, 1989, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” reverberated across campus from the steps of Samuel Phillips Hall. Accompanied by his boombox and posterboard, Brian Gittens ’89 was perched on the steps to protest what he saw as an inadequate...

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Brian Gittens ’89 presents at ASM on Monday.

A Conversation and Lunch with Brian Gittens ’89 — 12 p.m. Students and faculty spent lunch with Brian Gittens ’89, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Keynote Speaker, continuing discussion about Gittens’s...
Seeing images of American politicians on television, Kailash Sundaram ’15, an Indian American, wondered why so few of them looked like himself. Indian Americans, although they comprise around one...
On Wednesday at 6:15 p.m., Head of School John Palfrey raised his iconic blue squash racquet above the crowd in Lower Right of Paresky Commons. Head of School Day is an annual event in Winter Term in...
Reflecting on past Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Day events, MLK Day Planning Committee members Josephine Pandji ’16 and Margot Shang ’16 speculated that student interest in MLK Day could be...
Before attending the Boys Varsity Hockey and Girls Varsity Hockey games later in the day, spectators flocked to the dedication and renaming of the South Rink on Saturday in honor of longtime hockey...
Transplanted from a low-income neighborhood in West Philadelphia, PA., to St. Paul’s School in Concord, NH., Lorene Cary struggled to overcome the prejudice that she encountered as a female, African-...

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