• Julian Palermo '16, working his DJ magic, and Nick Noble '76 at the 2015 Worcester Music Awards

    Two St. Markers—Student and Staffer—Recognized for Achievements on Local Entertainment Scene

    Posted April 18, 2015

    Two St. Markers—student Julian Palermo ’16 and alumnus and current staffer Nick Noble ’76—were each recognized this month for their accomplishments as entertainers on the local music scene.

  • 2015-16 Monitors Announced at Lively All-School Meeting

    Posted April 15, 2015

    This Wednesday morning, at a busy and enthusiastic all-school meeting in the Center, the current Monitors announced their successors for the 2015-16 academic year. Jammil Telfort of New York, NY and Kara Finnerty of Hopkinton, MA are the newly elected co-Head Monitors. The other Monitors from the SM Class of 2016 are Christine McCarthy (New York, NY), Daniel Green (Orange, NJ), Sarah Roden (Edgartown, MA), Damion Nsiah (Dallas, GA), Rebecca Shea (Middleton, MA), and Grant Sherman (South Attleboro, MA).

  • Emma Battle ’79 to Deliver Prize Day Address

    Posted April 14, 2015

    This year’s Prize Day will feature St. Mark’s alumna Emma Singletary Battle ’79 as the keynote speaker. Ms. Battle is an innovative marketer and general manager with more than 20 years of experience in the field of marketing and communications.

  • Dr. Stephen Hodi ’84 Meets with SM STEM Research Fellows

    Posted April 13, 2015

    On Monday morning, April 13, Dr. Stephen Hodi ’84, who works at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, met with this year’s STEM Research Fellows to share his experiences as a cancer researcher.

  • This Year’s Cutler Jazz Festival an Outstanding Success

    Posted April 13, 2015

    On Sunday evening, April 12, the annual Cutler Jazz Festival at St. Mark’s took place. It was an outstanding success, with the members of the St. Mark’s Jazz Band joined by the Boston-based Brian Thomas/Alex Lee-Clark Big Band on the stage of the Class of 1945 Hall in the Putnam Family Arts Center.

  • Four Inducted Into the St. Mark’s Cloister of Distinguished Alumni

    Posted April 13, 2015

    This past Friday evening, four St. Mark’s graduates were inducted into the St. Mark’s Cloister of Distinguished Alumni. William Knowlton ’38 (posthumously), John Sculley ’57, Peter Saccio ’58, and Kim Merriman ’87 are the fourth class of inductees since the Distinguished Alumni award was established in 2009. There are now 15 St. Markers recognized in the School’s Cloister of Distinguished Alumni.

  • First Musical at St. Mark’s in Two Decades Was Well-Received in the Blackbox Studio Theater

    Posted April 8, 2015

    Directed by Candice Wang ’15, Ellis Gage ’17, and Mikaela Cox ’17, a small club of interested students prepared, produced, and performed the first musical theater production at St. Mark’s since Godspell in the 1990s. Two performances were given in the Blackbox Studio theater this past weekend, on Friday and Saturday evenings, and were well-received.

  • Potter-Miller Prize Plaque Unveiled on Trustees’ Weekend; Board Members Also Engage in the Arts

    Posted April 13, 2015

    The annual spring Trustees’ Weekend at St. Mark’s took place this past Friday and Saturday. Much was discussed and even more accomplished over the course of the two days, but there were significant highlights as well, particularly on Friday, leading up to the Distinguished Alumni ceremony. One highlight was the unveiling of the Potter-Miller Trustee Prize plaque in the Center Presentation Room. Some trustees also took the time to experience the arts at St. Mark’s in the School's ceramics studio.

  • 4th Annual Gray Colloquium Seminar Day Examines the Environment and Sustainability

    Posted April 10, 2015

    On Thursday, April 9, the 4th annual Gray Colloquium Seminar Day was held at St. Mark’s: a full day of workshops and presentations as part of the Gray Colloquium series at the School.

  • Annual Admissions Revisit Days a Success

    Posted April 8, 2015

    Over two days in early April, St. Mark’s hosted its annual Admission Revisit Days for students accepted to St. Mark’s for next year. On both Saturday, April 4, and Wednesday, April 8, more than 130 prospective students and their families revisited St. Mark’s.

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