The Romano Gallery welcomes former student and award-winning artist Natessa Amin ’06 for an exhibit titled “Memory Palace” from October 19 to November 20.
Publications & News
Blair Academy is pleased to welcome Dr. Thomas G. Crabtree to the Society of Skeptics on October 19 at 7 p.m. With over 39 years of experience working in the medical field as a surgeon and as director of AMI Expeditionary Healthcare (AMI), Dr. Crabtree will speak to Blair students about his current work, “A Tale of Two Pandemics: A Personal and Viral Journey.”
The Blair community gathered to bid farewell to a beloved faculty member on Saturday, October 9, remembering Dennis Peachey ’62 as a kind and humble leader who dedicated his life to caring for and supporting Blair students and all aspects of campus life for 40 years.
A new event series at Blair, titled the Young Alumni Professional Panels (YAPP), promises to connect students directly with alumni who are just a few years out of school to talk about the work they do.
In addition to panels and performances, exhibitions and concerts, Blair strives to offer a variety of events throughout the year to keep students active, engaged and broadening their horizons. “The best activities are in October,” says Mr. Gerdsen, smiling before launching into a lineup of events sure to make any class long for the bell.
On October 12 at 7 p.m., Zach Weisberg '03 virtually returned home to Blair to discuss his former experiences at the School, The Inertia and the means to fulfilling one’s career goals. Mr. Weisberg heads The Inertia, the largest global content platform in the surfing, mountain, and outdoor communities.
The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers recently honored a number of Blair’s budding artists at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, hosted in New York, NY.
Pioneering science teacher Chris Thatcher spent his summer conducting experiments for Blair’s new elective, Engineering Science. Open to students in the 11th or 12th grades who have completed or are taking physics, Engineering Science is a new course designed for students interested in pursuing engineering as a field of study or possible future profession. Unlike most traditional classes, however, this course’s curriculum is the brainchild of NASA engineers and secondary education specialists from the University of Texas at Austin
Author of seven novels, including U.S. National Book Award Winner “Let the Great World Spin,” Colum McCann joined the Society of Skeptics on Tuesday, October 5 to discuss the value of storytelling in the Exponential Age.
On the new mural that lines the long corridor of Hardwick Hall, the striking images of Blair athletes from every decade offer their stories across time. It took a team eight months to build Blair’s Athletic History Wall, and that team gathered on Wednesday, September 29, to unveil the mural and dedicate it to the memory of Tony Maltese ’55, a devoted, philanthropic and engaged alumnus who loved Blair.
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