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    Hun Middle School Students Host Mini-THON; Over $10,000 Raised to Fight Childhood Cancer

    Posted April 13, 2015

    Three hundred and fifty students participated in The Hun School of Princeton's first Mini-THON on Friday, April 10th. Hosted in conjunction with the Four Diamonds organization and in support of Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, the event has raised $10,376.98 to date, with donations still coming in. The six-hour long event was organized primarily by Hun Middle School students and included student performances, a professional DJ, dancing, relay races, inflatable Velcro wall, bungee races, dodgeball, basketball, and volleyball tournaments.

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    Hun School Scholars Celebrated at High Honors Reception

    Posted April 13, 2015

    The Hun School of Princeton celebrated the scholarship and academic achievements of its students at the High Honors Reception on Thursday, April 9th in the School’s dining hall. Students and their families gathered for the reception, during which Headmaster Jonathan Brougham, Head of Upper School Ryan Hews, and faculty speaker Ryan Brown congratulated students for their exceptional work in the classrooms. High Honors distinctions are earned by maintaining an average grade of 93 or above, with no grade below 85.

  • Afghan-born gender equality activist Noorjahan Akbar spoke at The Hun School on Tuesday, April 7th about the reality of gender inequality around the world.

    Noorjahan Akbar Asks Hun School Students to Participate in Women’s Rights Activism

    Posted April 9, 2015

    The Hun School of Princeton hosted gender equality activist and Afghan-born Noorjahan Akbar on Tuesday, April 7th as part of the Centennial Speaker Series: A Global Perspective. Ms. Akbar is a leading figure in the fight for women’s rights in Afghanistan. During her presentation, Ms. Akbar explained the reality of gender inequality around the world and asked all students to consider their responsibility as gender equality activists. Ms. Akbar is currently in pursuit of Master of Arts degree in journalism and public affairs with a concentration in international journalism at American University in Washington, D.C.

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