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MetroWest Leadership in Diversity Award: Grace Darko '18

At the 25th Annual John P. Garrahan MetroWest Community Prayer Breakfast on Friday morning, April 28, Grace Darko '18 was one of a dozen-plus local high school students honored with the John P. Garrahan Leadership in Diversity Award by the Alliance for MetroWest Unity. Each was recognized for fostering "greater communication and harmony in school communities" and promoting "understanding between people of diverse backgrounds."

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Student Directed One Acts This Week

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, April 27-29, the St. Mark's Theater Department will present four student-directed One Act plays in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Black Box Studio Theater. Two of the plays are world premiere originals, written by St. Markers.

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11th Annual Faculty-Staff Appreciation Day a Success

On Wednesday, April 26th, the St. Mark's Parents' Association hosted the 11th Annual Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day in the Hinkle Room. Many parents donated wonderful items in a tremendous demonstration of appreciation for the year-round efforts of St. Mark's faculty and staff.

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End Hunger: St. Markers Package 11,900 Meals

On Sunday afternoon, April 23, St. Markers gathered in Taft Hall to package meals as part of the End Hunger New England service project. Some 11,900 meals were packaged by a crew of student and adult volunteers from the St. Mark's community, according to End Hunger NE.

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Third Formers Present Global Infectious Disease Projects

Third Formers participating in this year's Global Seminar have been working on group projects. Mentored by Fifth and Sixth Form biology students, they have been researching the impact of globalization on various infectious diseases. This past week, they presented the results of their research—a series of in-depth poster projects—in the School's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.

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Musical Theater Club Presents "Legally Blonde"

Over the weekend of April 21-22-23, the St. Mark's Musical Theater Club presented "Legally Blonde," originally a Broadway musical based on the 2001 novel and film of the same name. All performances-- evening shows Friday and Saturday and a Sunday matinee-- were in the St. Mark's Putnam Family Arts Center's Blackbox Studio Theater.

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Six German Exchange Students Visiting St. Mark's This Spring

Six exchange students from Germany—Sophie Wirth, Jessica Luu, Helena Bruach-Martin, Paul Knobel, Joseph Scheingraber, and Lennart Boehm— are at St. Mark's this spring as part of the Wittelsbacher Gymnasium-St. Mark's School exchange program. This is the 20th year that students from the Wittelsbacher Gymnasium in Munich have been coming to St. Mark's.

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New Age Quod Agis Society Celebrates Loyal SM Donors

"A tradition of loyal giving to St. Mark's is critical on many levels," says Head of School John C. Warren '74. To acknowledge and celebrate donors who give to the School every year, St. Mark's launches the Age Quod Agis Society, a recognition society named for our school motto, which means "Do and Be Your Best." Members include anyone who has made a gift, in any amount, for at least two consecutive years.

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Six Honored as Distinguished Alumni/ae at Ceremony

On Friday evening, April 7, six people were honored as the newest members of the St. Mark's Cloister of Distinguished Alumni/ae. Five St. Markers—Terry Haight '48, Malcolm Farmer '57, Tony Loney '69, John Noseworthy '69 (in abstentia), Christina Lynch Bobrow '90—and one Southborough School alumna—Marjorie Slutz Davis, SS '75—were inducted at a ceremony held in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of 1945 Hall.

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Revisit Days Cap Successful Year for St. Mark's Admissions

Student greeters helped welcome their guests to St. Mark's. In addition, St. Markers hosted the already accepted students, showing them the campus and answering any questions they might have. There were also student-and-faculty panel presentations for the visiting families, touching on all aspects of the St. Mark's experience.

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Despite Weather, SM Athletes Set for Spring Season

Snow, rain, and mud have not dampened the spirits nor slowed down the progress of St. Mark's athletes as they head in to the 2017 spring season. Having returned from their March break travels, several SM spring teams are poised for success.

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"Demystifying Entrepreneurship"  AEConnect Event in Boston

Last week, the St. Mark's Alumni Executive Committee (AEC) hosted its second AEConnect career networking event at Workbar – a vibrant co-working space for startups in downtown Boston. The panel discussion was titled "Demystifying Entrepreneurship: Navigating a Start-Up from Concept to Launch," and featured three bright and accomplished St. Mark's alumni: Will Koffel '96, Shelby McBride '08, and Geordie McClelland '96.

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FIT, Yoga, & More: Filling SM Afternoons Beyond Team Sports

While St. Mark's fields 40-45 teams in more than a dozen different traditional competitive sports over the course of a year, there are many other options for students during athletic afternoons. From Yoga to Fitness to varied ACE opportunities, the School has something for everyone.

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St. Mark's Hosts Special Olympics State Tourney

This past Sunday, March 5, St. Mark's hosted the annual Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) Junior and Unified Player Development State Tournaments. Eleven teams and more than 120 Special Olympic athletes participated, and more than thirty St. Markers volunteered to help run the events.

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2nd Annual GSA Rainbow Dance a Success

On Saturday, March 4, the St. Mark's Gay-Straight Alliance hosted its 2nd Annual Interscholastic Rainbow Dance. More than 40 people, including several guests from other schools, enjoyed the evening.

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Visit from Brantwood Director Highlights Longtime SM Link

On Wednesday, March 1, Kevin Mitrano, the current Executive Director of Brantwood Camp, visited campus and addressed the student body at that morning's all-school meeting. Joined by eight current St. Markers with previous Brantwood experience, Mr. Mitrano emphasized the long-standing relationship between Brantwood and the School, and encouraged students to volunteer for the upcoming summer.

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"Peter and the Starcatcher"—Winter Play This Week

This Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (March 1, 2, 3) the St. Mark's Theater Department will be presenting the 2017 Winter Play. This year the production is Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice. Each performance begins at 7:30 PM in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Blackbox Studio Theater.

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St. Markers Thank Donors on Tuition Freedom Day

On Tuesday, February 28, the Advancement Office sponsored their recognition of St. Mark's Tuition Freedom Day, marking the point during the academic year when the School's operating expenses are no longer covered by tuition revenue, and the Annual Fund and endowment "kicks in" (i.e. tuition accounts for 63% of the total cost of educating a St. Marker).

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Visiting Artist Shares Insights, Exhibits Work

This week, the St. Mark's Art Department is hosting visiting artist Mark Ritchie. An exhibition of his work is currently on display in the Taft Hall lobby, and during his time in Southborough Mr. Ritchie has been sharing insights and methods with St. Markers.

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