This past weekend, the Indian Regional and Cultural Center (or IRCC), hosted its annual Diwali festival. This Indian festival of lights honors the victory of good over evil through fireworks, food, celebrations and dances.
The Pre-Law Society hosted its third annual Party with a Purpose at Sparez Bowling Alley Nov. 10 to benefit multiple foster programs that Kids in Distress sponsors. Kids in Distress is a charity that focuses on the prevention of child abuse, preservation of the family and treatment of abused and neglected children.
Twenty delegates from the Model United Nations (MUN) team travelled to Providence, RI this past weekend to compete in BUSUN, the Brown University Simulation of the United Nations, and they swept the competition, with thirteen students taking home either a best, outstanding or honorable delegate award.
Due to Lower School’s annual “TasteFest” in the cafeteria Thursday, Nov. 16, there will be a food truck festival during Upper School lunch. While elementary students munch on turkey, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and other Thanksgiving treats, Upper School students will have the option to buy lunch from any of six trucks.
Junior Mikhal Ben-Joseph’s Butterfly Project took flight with its first annual Bagel Brunch in the Environmental Educational Center (EEC), taking the first steps toward its primary goal of creating a lasting memorial for children who have suffered from genocide and other forms of senseless violence around the world and throughout history. Aiming to spread genocide awareness and to uphold the commonly touted phrase “never forget,” the brunch raised $1335 dollars for Yazda, an organization intended to provide relief to vict