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  • Junior Speaks of Conflict, Hope & Idealism at Chapel

    Posted January 30, 2015

    In his January 29 Chapel, Sanjay Paul ’16 touched on Apocalypse Now, the history of the conflict between Hindus and Muslims in Pakistan and India, and family dynamics as he explained to fellow students and faculty why he strives every day to bring out the best in himself and others: if we hope to bring an end to the cycle of conflict that sometimes seems to envelope the entire world, we all need to be our best selves. At the same time, we must believe that our actions can positively impact the future.

  • Blair Hosts Dinner for Alumni & Parents in New Orleans

    Posted January 28, 2015

    Blair alumni, parents and friends residing in the New Orleans area enjoyed dinner with Blair’s Director of Advancement Cara Mohlmann—the first School event in the Louisiana locale in more than 30 years.

  • Students Experience International Crises & Consulate Visit at Model UN

    Posted January 26, 2015

    Crisis negotiation and international problem-solving were the order of the day for 18 Blair students who traveled to Columbia University January 15-18 to participate in the 14th-annual Columbia Model United Nations Conference and Exposition (CMUNCE). Together with more than 700 delegates from 15 countries, the Blair sophomores, juniors and seniors served on a variety of committees and engaged in debate and fast-paced decision-making centered on global issues and simulated crises. A visit to the Indonesian Consulate and meeting with the consul general, as well as time spent touring New York City, rounded out the weekend for the Blair team.