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  • April 21, 2014

    St. Markers Receive Grants and Fellowships for Independent Projects

    Nine St. Mark’s students have received special grants and fellowships this year, enabling them to pursue independent projects in a variety of areas. These awards include Class of 1968 Fellowships, funds from the A.A. Jones Family International Studies Grant program, and grants from the Matthews Educational Fund.

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  • Next year's Monitors with Head of School John C. Warren '74
    April 16, 2014

    New Monitors Announced for 2014-15

    At this Wednesday’s All-School Meeting in the Center, the new Monitors for the 2014-15 St. Mark’s School year were announced. Faith White of Wellesley, MA and Connor Mulvey of Falmouth, MA will be co-Head Monitors next year. The other Monitors will be Mame Kane (NY, NY), Mykel Macedon (Bronx, NY), Blake Normandin (Wayland, MA), Jonathan Qu (Wayland, MA), Torie Shakespeare (Southborough, MA), and Liz Swain (Groton, MA).

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  • April 14, 2014

    This Year’s Cutler Jazz Festival a Musical Triumph!

    The 2014 Cutler Jazz Festival was something special. The Class of 1945 Hall in the Putnam Family Arts Center at St. Mark’s rang with the special sounds of fine jazz this past Sunday evening, featuring stellar performances all around.

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  • April 14, 2014

    St. Mark’s Hosts Annual AISNE Students of Color Conference

    This past weekend, St. Mark’s hosted the annual High School Students of Color Conference, sponsored by the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE). The High School Students of Color Conference was created in recognition of the unique needs, experiences, and challenges of students of color in independent schools.

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  • April 14, 2014

    Carl Corazzini Named New St. Mark’s Boys’ Varsity Hockey Coach for 2014-15 Season

    Former BU hockey captain and professional hockey player Carl Corazzini has been tapped to be the sixteenth head coach of Boys’ Varsity Hockey at St. Mark’s. Corazzini will succeed SM alumnus Scott Young ’85, who after four years as the Lion’s head coach will be moving on to become Director of Men’s Hockey Operations at Boston University.

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