Currently, Ella trains with Olympic gold and silver medalist, Chris Kappler in show jumping and equitation competitions.
“I teach a very high level science, so to help my students understand it better, I always take a very human approach,” said Jacqueline O’Gorman, chair of the Science department and Human Anatomy and Physiology teacher. “I make sure every class is filled with empathy and we focus on the human side of the equation, not the mechanical side of it. Which is why I shared with my class that not only am I a breast cancer survivor, but just last year I lost my identical twin sister to this disease.”
“I’m already familiar with a lot of programming and website development work, which has definitely contributed to my interest in working with the website, but if anything I’d say taking U.S History recently sparked my interest in this work even more because since starting this project I’ve learned so much more about historic sites in area,” Suchisrit said.
Quill House was named the winner of the Fall 2020 Spirit Week.
This year, the four students who were nominated all ran on a different platform with the common goal of bringing new perspectives to the Hun community.
This week, a Netflix documentary on Cambridge Analytica sheds light on one of the most complex scandals of our time. Carole Cadwalladr, who broke the story and appears in the film, looks at the fallout – and finds ‘surveillance capitalism’ out of control. For more information or a Zoom link to join, please contact email@example.com.
Join the JCC and Hun parent Mr. Spektor, as he shows us how to make a double apple noodle kugel at 7:00 p.m. EST. Interested families should contact Mrs. Dorfman so the JCC can provide you with a list of ingredients and other information prior to the demonstration so you can follow along with Mr. Spektor and create your own fall treat. Contact Mrs. Dorfman with any questions.
Around 1,000 high school students will debate and resolve global issues that directly affect the world we live in, virtually. For more information, contact Seth Holm.
Saahil Noupada: Armando Montes de Peralta
Saanvi Uphadyay: Afghanistan
Ozzie Bayazitoglu: Andorra
Ruben Chandwani: Bhutan
Bella Gomez: Cambodia
Nick Youngquist: Chad
Rowan John: Zimbabwe
Vika Petrov: Togo
Jenny Xu: Afghanistan
Anvitha Paruchuri: Andorra
Maya Nahas: Bhutan
Stuti Neelam: Cambodia
Sriya Mandapati: Chad
Hellen Hodgkin: Togo
Ben Biondi: Afghanistan
Kaushik Rathuryan: Andorra
Saylah Parrish: Bhutan
Morgan Haley: Chad
Arion Rebba: Togo
Jenny Pham: Afghanistan
Kerem Koyluoglu: Andorra
Ed Kelley: Bhutan
Andrew Hamuro: Cambodia
Rocco mathews: Montenegro
Grace Zhao: Afghanistan
Courtney Joseph: Andorra
Matt Piasecki: Bhutan
Arjun Kumaar: Cambodia
James Chubbuck: Afghanistan
Hosted by the Community Engagement, Advancement, and College Counseling Departments. Register to attend.
All Upper School students are welcome to attend the Town Hall-style Student Government meeting. Students should email Mrs. McNulty for the Zoom link, or check for an email from the Student Government closer to the event.
Calling on all members of the Classes of 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s! Join Head of School Jon Brougham and classmates to reminisce on all the fun memories you have of your time at Hun! Join Mr. Brougham and Former Head of School James M. Byer '62 for a cup of coffee and an informal conversation. Registration is required. Register here.
The entire Class of 2021 (including virtual learners who will Zoom in) will gather at TopGolf in Edison, New Jersey and be excused from classes that day. A registration survey will be emailed to all seniors.
Hosted by the Community Engagement, Advancement, and College Counseling Departments. An email with links to register will be emailed to our community. Contact Bridget Tavani for more information.