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|Nordic Results | Dublin School Hosts Classic at Proctor|
Due to course conditions the 2015 Dublin Classic was hosted at Proctor. You can read more about the event on the Dublin website HERE. The Holderness Nordic Boys' and Girls' results are below:
Dublin Classic Nordic Girls' Results
Dublin Classic Nordic Boys' Results
Watch this page and news feed for additional Nordic and other Athletics news.
|Film Sparks Spirited Discussion About Race|
Last week's programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday sparked discussion, passionate opinions and even some controversy at Holderness School. Below is Interim Director of Diversity Nicole Glew's remarks regarding the programs, and particularly, the film, "I'm Not a Racist, Am I?".
|Holderness Faculty Donates 223 Acres to Squam Lake Conservation Society|
Reggie Pettitt, Holderness science faculty member, has donated a conservation easement of 223 acres to the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, permanently protecting a wildlife habitat within a contiguous block of 1,103 acres of conserved land in Ashland, NH. A "bell ringing" bonfire and hike for friends, neighbors, and Holderness school faculty, staff and students is planned for January 25th, beginning at 2pm. For more information contact the Squam Lakes Conservation Society. Congratulations and thank you, Reggie - Holderness School is proud of your commitment to our beautiful natural surroundings!
|The Picador: Volume 10, Issue 7|
Inside this issue:
-- Reactions to MLK Day Workshops
-- Updates from the Fischer/Durnans
-- Introductions to our new students
-- Cartoon Doppelgangers
-- Winter Carnival: Is it time for a change in tradition?
To read our online edition, click here!
|Detailed Schedule for Winter Parents' Weekend|
HERE it is. And HERE is the WPW page with auction information!
|MLK Day Schedule of Events Announced|
Activities to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will extend well beyond one day at Holderness this year. Films, talks, performances and discussions will begin 1/15/15 and end on 1/19/15. The film "I Am Not a Racist, Am I"; a talk and performance by slam poet McKendy Fils-Aime, and Michael Fosberg's performance of his own play, "Incognito," headline the weekend's events.
|Alumna Named Holderness School Snow Sports Ambassador|
Olympic Alpine ski racer, Julia Ford '08, has been named Holderness School’s Snow Sports Ambassador for 2015. A graduate of Holderness School, Ford served as the school’s president, and as the captain of both varsity soccer and varsity lacrosse while participating in her first year on the U.S. Development Team, before going on to a professional career in ski racing. In her new role, Ford will be skiing with young, up and coming alpine competitors at local mountains, connecting with alumni in the ski industry, and serving as a role model and mentor for the school’s current FIS ski athletes.
|Seven Holderness Skiers Named to 2014-15 NHARA Team|
Seven Holderness skiers have been named to the 2014-15 NHARA State Team, including three who qualified for the Senior Team: Teagan Mosenthal, Greg Osborne and Sean Robinson. The four skiers named to the Development Team include Sarah and Joe Gillis, Alexa Dannis and Elizabeth Osuchowski. Also named to the State team were three recent graduates: Clark Macomber, Jesse Osuchowski and Max Lash - bringing the total number of Bulls to 10. Congratulations and good luck this season!
|"The Center and Edge" Opens 1/15/15 at Edwards Art Gallery|
The Center and Edge, an exhibition of traditional and contemporary photography, will open at the Edwards Art Gallery on January 15, 2015. Artists on display include: early American ethnologist, Edward Curtis; contemporary American photographers Tina Barney, Sally Mann, Sandy Skoglund, Fazal Sheikh, and Jan Groover; British photographer Adam Fuss, and Sichuanese artist, Adou, among others.