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  • This summer Emily DeGeorge ’18 took the intensive course,

    Hun School of Princeton’s Emily DeGeorge ’18: Summer Scholar

    Last year, Hun School student Emily DeGeorge ’18 applied and was accepted to Columbia University’s Summer Programs for High School Students. As a result, the rising junior enrolled in summer course called Explorations in Genetics and Molecular Biology. During the three-week intensive experience, she completed labs in which she transferred a piece of DNA from one antibiotic-resistant bacteria to another bacteria, making it antibiotic-resistant as well.  In the afternoon, she enjoyed lectures from university faculty, and she spent her evenings working on projects such as an in-depth research on Huntington’s disease, a degenerative nerve disorder, which she presented to her classmates and teachers at the course’s end.
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  • Tikhon Pachin ’17 from Korolev, Russia has immersed himself in all aspects of life at Hun.

    From Russia to Princeton: Boarding Student Tikhon Pachin '17 Dives Into Hun Culture

    What do an aspiring aerospace engineer, a rock ‘n’ roll guitarist, a rower and a dormitory proctor have in common? 
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  • Black Violin is a musical duo from Florida that blends Classical influences with Hip Hop.  They will be visiting The Hun School on Wednesday, December 7th as a part of the Centennial Speaker Series.

    The Hun School Announces the 2016-2017 Centennial Speaker Series

    The Hun School of Princeton is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 Centennial Speaker Series. Each year, The Hun School welcomes a group of extraordinary authors, artists, and thought leaders as members of its renowned Series. The Centennial Speaker Series is designed to expose students to ideas and entertainment that will provoke thought and stretch their understanding on a range of real-world topics and issues.
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