On November 22, the Blair community will gather in Armstrong-Hipkins Center for the Arts’ DuBois Theatre to enjoy a musical prelude to Thanksgiving break at the annual Fall Concert. The Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Singers and Chamber Choir will present a varied repertoire of popular and classical music, highlighting the skills they have been working on this fall in their performances.
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“Painting in Blairstown” opens in The Romano Gallery on November 18, giving visitors the opportunity to view paintings of Blairstown-area landscapes created by New York City-based artist Lois Dodd and 13 of her artist friends. Ms. Dodd, the mother of Blair architecture teacher Eli King, is an award-winning artist whose work has been the subject of more than 50 solo exhibitions since 1954. She will visit The Romano Gallery for an artist’s reception on December 5, beginning at 7 p.m. The exhibit runs through December 21.
Members of the class of 2020 came together around friendship and fundraising at the annual Senior Fund Drive event on November 14. Classmates gathered in the Black Canteen, where they feasted on pizza and spent quality time with their friends, all while learning about the importance of philanthropy at Blair Academy.
Award-winning documentary photographer Alison Wright returned to the Society of Skeptics for her fifth appearance on November 19.
The Blair community expressed gratitude to alumni, faculty and staff members who served or are currently serving in the U.S. military with several happenings surrounding Veteran’s Day.
On November 12, the Society of Skeptics welcomed Kyle Kolaja, PhD, senior director and head of investigative toxicology and cellular therapy at Celgene Corporation.
On November 6, the varsity fall athletic teams concluded their season with the annual awards banquet held in the Romano Dining Hall. The teams gathered to celebrate what has truly been a successful year on and off the playing fields.
Did you ever stop to contemplate how Earth became a planet? Or how a cosmic event that occurred eons ago impacts what is happening in the present day? These are just some of the questions 14 juniors and seniors are considering this year in astronomy.
The Blair Bulletin is mailed to Blair alumni, parents and supporters every spring and fall.
Each issue of the magazine informs readers of campus happenings through the Head of School column, alumni profiles, feature articles and regular sections. "Class Notes" includes alumni updates by class; this section is available in the printed editions of the Bulletin and on the password-protected "alumni" section of this website.
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The Blair Review is an annual compilation of essays written by members of the Blair community, and co-edited by history teacher Martin Miller, PhD, and Director of Timken Library Ann Williams.
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Throughout the course of the 2018-2019 school year, Blair Academy, its students and its faculty have appeared in a wide range of news stories spotlighting their work inside and outside of the classroom, their successes on the athletic front, and their impact on a host of industries well beyond graduation.