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    Live From the Heart Event

    Global Commons Classrooms
    Contact: Viv Piel

    Middle School Student Led Conferences

    Contact: Ken Weinstein

    Varsity Girls' Basketball

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    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Freire Charter School

    Varsity Squash

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    Varsity Squash vs The Lawrenceville School

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

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    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs The Lawrenceville School

    Varsity Girls' Fencing

    Home
    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs The Lawrenceville School

    NJISAA Prep "A" Tournament- Semifinals

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Morristown-Beard School
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    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A

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    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A vs Newtown Friends School

    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A

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    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A vs Newtown Friends School

    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey

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    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey vs Princeton High School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs The Phelps School

    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B

    Away
    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B vs Newtown Friends School

    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B

    Home
    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B vs Newtown Friends School

    Varsity Boys' Basketball

    Home
    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs The Phelps School
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    Senior Night Celebration

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    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Stuart Country Day School

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

    Away
    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs North Hunterdon High School

    Varsity Girls' Fencing

    Away
    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs North Hunterdon High School

    Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball

    Canceled
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    Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Stuart Country Day School

    Middle School Winter Dance

    Student Government is sponsporing a dance in the Global Commons.  It is a beach theme.  $5 entrance fee.
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

    Canceled
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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Bridgton Academy

    Varsity Girls' Basketball

    Away
    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Padua Academy

    Freshman Boys' Basketball

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    Freshman Boys' Basketball vs The Hill School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs The Hill School

    Battle by the Bay

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Linden High School
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Academie St Louis (Quebec City)
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    Varsity Girls' Fencing

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    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

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    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North
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    David Gallo - Centennial Speaker Series

    Shipley Pavilion
    David Gallo is an American oceanographer and explorer. He is currently Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives at the Center for Climate and Life of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Previously he was Director of Special Projects at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution - a preeminent globally recognized scientific laboratory. For more than 30 years, David has been at the forefront of ocean exploration, participating in and being witness to the development of new technologies and scientific discoveries that shape our view of planet earth. He has been described by TED Conferences as “an enthusiastic ambassador between the sea and those of us on dry land.” With nearly 13 million views his TED presentation “Underwater Astonishments” has been among the all-time top TED Talks.
     
    David has participated in expeditions to all of the world’s oceans and was one of the first scientists to use a combination of robots and submarines to explore the deep seafloor. Most recently he co-led an expedition to create the first detailed and comprehensive map of the RMS Titanic. He also co-led the successful U.S. effort to locate the wreck site of Air France flight 447. He is currently involved in planning a series of expeditions to the Mediterranean on the trail of the Atlantis myth and an Antarctic expedition to locate the remains of Earnest Shackelton’s ship ENDEAVOR.
     
    Dr. Gallo has lectured internationally to audiences ranging from children to CEOs with the goal of “awakening the little bit of Jacques Cousteau and Jules Vernes that resides in each of us.” He has given more than 10 TED and TEDx presentations and has appeared in numerous documentaries (Discovery Channel, History Channel, National Geographic) and has been featured on numerous televised news programs (Weather Channel, PBS Need to Know, MSNBC Ed Show, and NBC Today show). 

    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B

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    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B vs Cambridge School

    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A

    Away
    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A vs Paul Robeson Charter School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

    Canceled
    Away
    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Life Center Academy

    Freshman Boys' Basketball

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    Freshman Boys' Basketball vs The Pennington School

    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey

    Away
    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey vs The Lawrenceville School

    Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Life Center Academy

    Mercer County Tournament

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs The Pennington School
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    Mercer County Tournament Quarterfinals

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Lawrence High School

    Varsity Girls' Fencing

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    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs Moorestown Friends School

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

    Home
    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs Moorestown Friends School

    Varsity Girls' Basketball

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    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs The Pennington School

    Varsity Squash

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    Varsity Squash vs Princeton Day School

    Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball

    Away
    Junior Varsity Girls' Basketball vs The Pennington School
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    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A

    Canceled
    Away
    Middle School Boys' Basketball - A vs Rutgers Preparatory School

    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A

    Canceled
    Away
    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A vs Princeton Charter School

    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B

    Canceled
    Away
    Middle School Boys' Basketball - B vs Rutgers Preparatory School

    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B

    Canceled
    Away
    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B vs Princeton Charter School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

    Canceled
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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Stem-to-Civics Charter School
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    MAPL Tournament

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    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs The Lawrenceville School

    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey

    Canceled
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    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey vs Notre Dame High School

    Freshman Boys' Basketball

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    Freshman Boys' Basketball vs Stem-to-Civics Charter School

    Varsity Girls' Fencing

    Away
    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs Voorhees High School

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

    Away
    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs Voorhees High School

    MAPL Tournament

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs The Lawrenceville School
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    MAPL Tournament

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    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Mercersburg Academy

    MAPL Tournament

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Blair Academy
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

    Away
    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Portledge School

    Varsity Girls' Fencing

    Canceled
    Home
    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Girls' Fencing vs West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South

    Varsity Boys' Fencing

    Canceled
    Home
    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Varsity Boys' Fencing vs West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South

    JV Tournament

    Neutral
    Junior Varsity Ice Hockey vs The Lawrenceville School
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    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A

    Away
    Middle School Girls' Basketball - A vs Princeton Charter School

    NJISAA Prep "A" Tournament- Quarterfinals

    Away
    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs The Lawrenceville School

    NJISAA Prep "A" Tournament- Quarterfinals

    Home
    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs The Lawrenceville School

    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B

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    Middle School Girls' Basketball - B vs Princeton Charter School

    Mercer County Tournament Semifinals

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Notre Dame High School
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    Varsity Squash

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    Varsity Squash vs Delbarton School

    Eighth Grade Parent Information Night

    Russell Hall - Russell Lounge - 01
    We are hosting an information night for all Eighth Grade Parents on Wednesday, February 15th. Please join us for an informal presentation by Upper School Head, Ryan Hews. 
     
    Mr. Hews will discuss the exciting curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered, as well as the transition from Middle School to Upper School at The Hun School.
     
    8th Grade Parent Night
    Wednesday, February 15th
    7:00 p.m.
    Russell Lounge 
      
    To learn more about the event or to RSVP please contact the Admissions Office at (609) 921-7600 or admiss@hunschool.org.
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    Red Cross Blood Drive

    Breen Family Gymnasium

    Varsity Girls' Basketball

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    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs North Brunswick High School

    Mercer County Tournament Finals

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Princeton High School

    13th Film and Discussion

    Global Commons
    Like most Americans of every skin color, I wish I no longer had to think about race. It's uncomfortable. It's depressing. It's infuriating. But it's also an inescapable fact of our lives. That fact lies at the heart of "13th," a new documentary by Ava DuVernay, best known for directing "Selma". Taking its title from the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which formally abolished slavery but left a loophole about involuntary servitude for convicted criminals, the film puts forth a searing, opinionated interpretation of American history.
    Contact: Dara Martin

    Legally Blonde

    Saks Auditorium
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    13th Film and Discussion

    Global Commons
    Like most Americans of every skin color, I wish I no longer had to think about race. It's uncomfortable. It's depressing. It's infuriating. But it's also an inescapable fact of our lives. That fact lies at the heart of "13th," a new documentary by Ava DuVernay, best known for directing "Selma". Taking its title from the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which formally abolished slavery but left a loophole about involuntary servitude for convicted criminals, the film puts forth a searing, opinionated interpretation of American history.
    Contact: Dara Martin

    MAPL Tournament

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    Varsity Squash vs The Lawrenceville School

    Legally Blonde

    Saks Auditorium

    Legally Blonde - Evening

    Saks Auditorium
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    Culinary Creations - Sponsored by BSU

    Culinary Creations, 3:00 p.m., Sign-up required. Cook and taste authentic dishes associated with the Caribbean and Southern black culture. Each Sunday will focus on a particular cuisine. Registration required by the Thursday preceding each event.
    Contact: Dara Martin
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    No Classes - Middle School Only

    The Hun Middle School will not hold classes on Tuesday, February 21st, while faculty and staff transition to the newly renovated first floor of the Buck Building. Classrooms on the western hallway of the lower floor – the existing computer lab, Ms. Tirrell’s class, and the art room – will remain open. Therefore, we expect to utilize all of the upper floor classrooms (renovated) and the western-facing classrooms (existing) on the lower floor, for the remainder of the academic year. The Upper School will hold classes as planned.

    Winter Spirit Week

    Tuesday: Hawaiian Dress Down Day/Faculty-Student Volleyball 
    Wednesday: Clash Dress Down Day/ Musical Chairs 
    Thursday: Decades Dress Down Day/Giant Board Games 
    Friday: House Colors Dress Down Day/Minute to Win It 
     
     

    Varsity Boys' Crew Practice

    Athletic Center - Shipley Weight Room - 3

    Varsity Girls' Crew Practice

    Athletic Center - Shipley Weight Room - 3
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    Discussion: The N-Word, Sponsored by BSU

    Discussion: The N-Word at 6:30 p.m., location to be determined. The n-word is unique in the English language. On the one hand, it is the ultimate insult - a word that has tormented generations of African Americans. Over time, it has become a popular term of endearment by the descendants of the very people who once had to endure it. Among many young people today, black and white, the n-word can mean friend. Join us in this fishbowl discussion with adults and students on the use of the word and its impact.
    Contact: Dara Martin
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    BSU Game Night

    Global Commons
    Game Night at 6:30 p.m. in the Global Commons. Join us for a night of board games, spades, dominoes and of course, black history trivia! There will be prizes. Snacks provided. 
    Contact: Dara Martin

    Upper School Frost Formal

    Wilf Family Global Commons
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    JCC and MES Movie Night

    Saks Auditorium
    The Jewish Studies and Culture Club (JCC) and the Middle Eastern Society (MES) are hosting a movie and pizza night on Saturday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the Saks Auditorium.  More information about the event will be available next week. Contact Mrs. Dorfman with any questions. 
     
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    Culinary Creations - Sponsored by BSU

    Culinary Creations, 3:00 p.m., Sign-up required. Cook and taste authentic dishes associated with the Caribbean and Southern black culture. Each Sunday will focus on a particular cuisine. Registration required by the Thursday preceding each event.
    Contact: Dara Martin
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The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: admiss@hunschool.org