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Two SM Basketball Alumni Make Marks on National Scene

St. Mark's has a long tradition of its athletes moving on to even greater success beyond its walls. Three times each year the SM website features a story about alumni/ae on the collegiate athletic scene. This winter, among the many St. Markers performing at higher levels, two basketball players are earning accolades nationally: Marcos Echevarria '15 on the Division III college scene at Nichols and Nik Stauskas '12 with the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers.

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Robert M. Kuklewicz Named New SM CFOO

Head of School John C. Warren '74 announced recently that Robert (Rob) M. Kuklewicz has accepted the position of Chief Financial and Operations Officer, effective July 1, 2017.

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Informal Concert Delights Lunchtime Crowd

This past Friday, an informal concert was held during lunchtime in the Hinkle Room. There were six performers: three St. Markers and three visiting students from the exchange program with The Grange School in Chile.

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Six Named to Roll of Distinguished Alumni/ae

This year, six more outstanding individuals were named to the School's Roll of Distinguished Alumni/ae. Five St. Markers—Charles "Terry" Haight '48, Malcolm Farmer '57, Ethan "Tony" Loney '69, John Noseworthy '69, Christina Lynch Bobrow '90—and one Southborough School alumna—Marjorie Slutz Davis '75—were honored for their various achievements, celebrating a variety of accomplishments in service, government, medicine, business, and the law.

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Exchange Students Present About Chilean Homeland

Six students from the Grange School in Santiago, Chile, are visiting St. Mark's this month as part of an established exchange program with St. Mark's, through the SM Global Citizenship Initiative. On Monday, Feb. 6, they gave the weekly "Fifteen Minute Lecture" presentation in the Parkman Room, highlighting their native country.

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Intersections: Community & Equity Day at St. Mark's

Students, faculty, and staff took part in the annual Community & Equity Day at St. Mark's this past Tuesday. The experience focused upon themes of intersection—particularly the intersections of identity—along with moral courage, privilege, and inequality. Community & Equity Day was co-sponsored by the School's office of Community & Equity Affairs, the Gray Colloquium series*, the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and the St. Mark's Global Citizenship Initiative.

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Community Service by SM Lacrosse Teams

On Sunday, January 22, members of the St. Mark's boys' and girls' lacrosse teams reached out to kids in Mattapan and Dorchester with a community service project sponsored by Harlem Lacrosse.

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St. Markers at Boston Women's March

On Saturday, January 21, eleven students and nine adults from St. Mark's rode into Boston on a Southborough-sponsored
community bus to take part in that day's Women's March.

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Literature on Trial: St. Markers Argue Case on Appeal

Last week, over two evenings, a total of two dozen St. Markers—Sixth Formers in Ms. Jeniene Matthews Literature on Trial course—stood up before a volunteer panel of educators and attorneys to argue a case on appeal as part of their course requirements.

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25th Wick Choral Festival January 27-28

On Friday and Saturday evenings, January 27 and 28, the 25th Annual Wick Choral Festival will take place in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of 1945 Hall at St. Mark's. It is open to the public. Eight acapella groups representing seven schools will be performing, along with two groups of singers from Tufts University.

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"Calculated Risk Taking" - Doron Kempel at Gray Colloquium

On Thursday, January 12, Doron Kempel, founder of SimpliVity Corporation, visited St. Mark's as the first Gray Colloquium presenter of the new year. A tech innovator, Mr. Kempel spoke aboiut 'Calculated Risk Taking: a skill, a culture, and practical implications.'

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Spirit of the Season: Lessons & Carols in Belmont Chapel

This past week, St. Mark's held its annual Service of Lessons and Carols, on Thursday evening, December 8, and again on Sunday afternoon, December 11. The service is considered a traditional Christmas event at many (if not all) Episcopal boarding schools, as well as numerous colleges and churches around the world.

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Team Engineering Class Visits Amazon Robotics

On Wednesday, Dec 7, all of the students from Mr. Roche's Team Engineering-Large Robots class travelled on a field trip to North Reading, MA where they visited the facilities of Amazon Robotics. utilizes robots to manage inventory and do work in their warehouses and the company uses many robots tested.

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IDENTITY: SM Artists Exhibit Work at Lesley University

This month, the Lesley University College of Art and Design is hosting an exhibition of artwork by students from New England preparatory schools in Lunder Arts Center's Raizes Gallery on Lesley's Cambridge campus. St. Markers in Barbara Putnam's Studio Two class were among students from thirteen participating schools.

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Bhutan Exhibit Looks Ahead to Lions Roam Experience

For the past few weeks Taft hall has been home to an exhibit of photographs and hand-fashioned prayer flags and banners from Bhutan. This past Thursday evening the Taft lobby hosted a reception which welcomed several special guests. Attending the event were those St. Markers who will be visiting Bhutan in June, as part of the first St. Mark's Lions Roam experience.

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Winter Sports Season Underway for SM Lions

The 2016-17 winter sports season at St. Mark's is now fully underway, as all varsity programs have had their opening games. Three teams—Girls' Varsity Squash, Girls' Varsity Ice Hockey, and Varsity Wrestling—are off to unbeaten starts.

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SM International Students Experience NYC Over Break

Four international St. Markers took part in a program over Thanksgiving break, where they were able to experience much of what New York City had to offer over ten days. The program was organized by Envoys, the travel partner of St. Mark's Global Citizenship Initiative.

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More Than 150 Years of St. Mark's Thanksgivings
The very first St. Mark's School Thanksgiving was celebrated in Southborough, hosted by the School's Founder, Joseph Burnett, as two of the earliest students were his sons and it was not possible for their schoolmates to travel home and return during the brief time allotted to the holiday. So a Thanksgiving spread was served for all at the Burnett manse on Main Street: one school family, together giving thanks.
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Girls' Varsity Soccer, Field Hockey Advance in Playoffs

Congratulations to both SM Varsity Field Hockey and Girls' Varsity Soccer. Their victories this Wednesday see them advance to the semi-final round of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Class B championship playoffs.

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Three St. Mark's Teams Headed into Post-Season

Three St. Mark's varsity teams will begin post-season action this Wednesday, thanks to strong showings in the regular season. Girls' Varsity Soccer will be at home while Boys' Varsity Soccer and Varsity Field Hockey will be on the road for the first round of their respective New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference Class B championship tournaments.
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Fall Play: Neil Simon's Rumors This Week

There will be three performances this week of the annual Fall Play, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings, beginning at 7:30 PM in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Blackbox Theater. This year's production is Rumors by Neil Simon.

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SM Wins Three as Fans Enjoy Exciting Groton Day

This past week, the 130-year-old rivalry between St. Mark's and Groton kicked into high gear. On Saturday, three St. Mark's reams—Varsity Football, Varsity Field Hockey, and Girls' JV Soccer—notched victories over the Zebras, but it was Groton who took home the coveted Raccoon coat by posting a record of 6-5-2 against the Lions this fall.

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St. Mark's and Groton: For 130 Years a Long-Standing Rivalry

This coming Saturday, eight St. Mark's teams will square off against opponents from Groton, continuing a rivalry that goes back 130 years. In 2016, the two schools are once again vying for the coveted raccoon coat, while kicking off the year-long competition for the Burnett-Peabody Bowl. In 1886, it was simply for bragging rights between the only two Episcopal boarding schools in Massachusetts.

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GV Soccer, Boys' X-Country Tops Among SM Teams So Far This Fall

With only a little more than two weeks to go before Groton Day and potential post-season action, several St. Mark's teams and athletes are doing well. Girls' Varsity Soccer is among the top teams in the ISAL, Boys' Varsity Cross Country is going strong, and there are numerous highlights to the Lions' athletic autumn to date.

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