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  • Benjamin C. Bradlee, SM Class of 1939

    Remembering Ben Bradlee ’39 – A Letter from the Head of School

    Posted October 22, 2014

    Dear friends,

    The entire St. Mark’s family is deeply saddened by the loss of Benjamin C. Bradlee, Class of 1939: a great American and a loyal St. Marker who passed away on Tuesday, October 21. Among the first graduates to receive the School’s Distinguished Alumni Award, he holds an honored place in our memories and in our hearts.

  • Dr. Mikhail Honored at St. Mark’s as Father Bishoy Begins His Pastoral Journey

    Posted October 15, 2014

    On Tuesday evening, October 14, the St. Mark’s community took a moment to honor the contributions of Father Bishoy Mikhail during his sixteen years at St. Mark’s.

  • Shirts for Soldiers: Boys’ Varsity Soccer Team Supports Semper Fi Fund to Assist Veterans and Their Families

    Posted October 14, 2014

    All this week, members of the St. Mark's Boys’ Varsity Soccer team will be outside the dining hall selling t-shirts in support of the Semper Fi Fund. The players chose to support the Semper Fi Fund because of its commitment to aid veterans and their families. This coming Saturday, on Parents/Family Weekend, the team will continue its efforts to raise awareness and funds for this worthy cause when they wear custom Semper Fi jerseys in their home game against Governor’s Academy. Shirts will also be for sale before, during, and after the game.

  • Transgender Author Alex Myers Speaks at St. Mark’s

    Posted October 14, 2014

    On Monday, October 13, author Alex Myers addressed the St. Mark’s community on gender roles and his historical novel, Revolutionary. The event was co-sponsored by the St. Mark's Office of Community and Equity Affairs and the English Department, recognizing that this week is Ally Week and this month is LGBTQ month.

  • St. Mark’s Helps Celebrate Annual Southborough Heritage Day Festival

    Posted October 14, 2014

    Each year, on the Monday of Columbus Day Weekend, the Town of Southborough holds its annual Heritage Day Festival. And as it has for 42 straight years, St. Mark’s helped celebrate the occasion in 2014.

  • Varsity Field Hockey, Boys’ JV Cross Country Undefeated at Mid-Point of SM Fall Sports Season

    Posted October 14, 2014

    The Varsity Field Hockey team and St. Mark’s Boys’ JV Cross Country are both undefeated so far, exactly halfway through this year’s fall sports season. The defending Independent School League championField Hockey contingent is 10-0, while the young harriers are 11-0 at this point in their respective autumn campaigns.

  • Morning Chapel Service Celebrates Annual "Blessing of the Animals"

    Posted October 3, 2014

    In an annual tradition at St. Mark's, student and faculty pets were welcomed at the morning Chapel service for the "Blessing of the Animals." After gathering outside in the cloister during the start of the service, a procession of dogs, cats, and other creatures came down the aisle of the Belmont Chapel to receive a blessing from the Rev. Barbara Talcott, School Chaplain, before exiting out the back door as the regular morning service continued. In the church calendar, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi—the patron saint of animals—is this celebrated this weekend.

  • Record Number Attend Founder's Associates Dinner

    Posted September 29, 2014

    A record number of alumni, parents, faculty, and friends attended the Founder’s Associates Dinner on Friday, September 26. This special annual event celebrates St. Mark’s most generous and committed supporters.

  • “Rachel Carson: Saint or Sinner?” – Dr. Mark Lytle is September Gray Colloquium Speaker

    Posted September 26, 2014

    The annual Gray Colloquium series got underway off this Thursday, with a visit from Dr. Mark Lytle, who spoke from the stage of the Class of 1945 Hall to the entire school community. The subject of his talk was “Rachel Carson: Saint or Sinner?” Dr. Lytle is the Lyford Paterson Edwards and Helen Gray Edwards Professor of Historical Studies at Bard College, with specialties in American Studies, Environmental and Urban Studies, and Global and International Studies.

  • SM Quarterback Logan Lee passed for 300 yards and 4 TD in the opening day win over Middlesex.

    Varsity Football, Field Hockey Unbeaten in Opening Week Action

    Posted September 24, 2014

    Behind an awesome offensive display by co-captain Logan Lee ‘15 at quarterback and a brilliant defensive effort led by co-captain Aaron McLean '15, the St. Mark’s Varsity Football team won its season opener, 28-21 over Middlesex. This is the first opening day win for the Lions since 2008, and St. Mark’s first victory over Middlesex since 1990.

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