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student and teacher collaborating on engineering project

When Mr. Arp, Visual Arts department chair, saw a Glowforge 3D laser printer in action at a professional development workshop with the Aerospace Engineering Department at Princeton University, he immediately had a vision for incorporating such technology into his CAD courses at Hun. Upon receiving a grant from the Parents’ Association to purchase a Glowforge 3D laser printer, Mr. Arp’s CAD 3 students hit the ground running. 

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Camille talks to science students

Camille Schrier ‘13 became a viral sensation when she was crowned Miss America 2020; she was the first person in the organization’s 100-year history to win the famous scholarship contest on a STEM platform. Her talent was a chemical reaction using hydrogen peroxide, sodium iodide, and dish soap that produced a large, foamy mess on stage, called Elephant Toothpaste.

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Head of School Jon Brougham Announces Retirement

“Like many of you, I felt something special about Hun in my very first visit to campus almost thirteen years ago – its kindness, its joyfulness, and its unique combination of winning modesty and impressive achievement. Those qualities continue to inspire me every day, just as they have inspired countless others in the past 108 years. They are in Hun’s DNA, and I am sure they will continue to animate our campus many generations from now,” said Mr. Brougham.

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For our last webinar of the admission season, join Steve Bristol, Associate Head of School and Director of Admission and Financial Aid as he offers guidance for families during this next most challenging time in the Admission process. Mr. Bristol will share thoughts and advice for you and your child as you await your decision, along with an overview of how and when decisions will be made and communicated. We know this next month will be filled with some degree of worry and angst, and Mr. Bristol will endeavor to answer questions and ease any concerns you might have.

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David Bamman is a Computer Science Professor at UC Berkeley who works on Natural Language Processing and Cultural Analytics. His path to Classical Studies came through an MA in Linguistics from Boston University and a BA in Classics from the University of Wisconsin.

The Classics Interdisciplinary Speaker Series is sponsored by the Parent's Association. Email Seth Holm with any questions or for a link to view.

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Colonial Bowling

Middle School students are invited to spend a night at Colonial Bowling in Lawrenceville. Tickets cost $20 and include bowling, a $5 credit for the in-house arcade, a slice of pizza and a soda. For an additional $5, students may also participate in laser tag. The $20 or $25 (cash only, please) is due to Ms. Skelly on Jan. 25th in order to give an accurate headcount. Transportation will not be provided by the school. 

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