From February 18 to 22, Blair students of all class years will come together for the 16th-annual Headmasters’ Societies Games, a fun and sometimes silly competition in which the school is randomly divided into four teams named after former headmasters: Breed, Howard, Kelley and Sharpe.
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On February 18, the varsity boys’ basketball team takes on Peddie in the state semifinals. Watch it live beginning at 6:30 p.m. here.
English and freshman seminar teacher Sarah O’Neil is excited about the new course she is teaching this semester in Blair’s religion and philosophy department. In “Mind, Body, Spirit,” she is helping six students explore the practice of mindfulness and discover how staying connected to the present moment can lead not only to inner peace and better physical health, but ultimately, to the ability to do greater good in the world.
On February 18, girls’ varsity basketball plays in the state semifinal game vs. Kent Place beginning at 4:30 p.m.. Watch the game here!
The Bucs play KOA Prep in their final game of the regular season on February 15. The game begins at 5:30 p.m., and you can watch the livestream here.
Blair’s varsity girls' and boys' basketball teams won their respective Mid Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) championships on February 10 at Peddie School. The girls defeated Lawrenceville 76-47, winning their ninth-straight conference title, while the boys overcame Hill 65-56, marking the team’s fourth conference title in five years.
Many members of the Blair community headed home for rest and relaxation during the School’s winter long weekend, but about two dozen students took advantage of the break to travel with faculty members to two exciting destinations.
On February 11, an exhibit showcasing the work of photojournalist Tyson Trish and painter Gina Danesi Trish opened in The Romano Gallery. The lifelong artists, who met as undergraduates at George Washington University more than 20 years ago and came to Blair when Mr. Trish joined the fine arts department in 2015, are excited to share with students and faculty a retrospective collection of work from different stages of their lives and careers documenting their journeys as artists and people.
“Environmental Cleanups—When Is It Clean Enough?” was the thought-provoking title of February 12’s Society of Skeptics lecture, presented by licensed professional geologist and Blair parent Betsy Schamberger P’22.
Blair's wrestling match against Benedictine Prep, scheduled for Friday, February 8, at 5 p.m. has been canceled.
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