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|Holderness Alumni Are Fast on the Ski Trail to Success|
Holderness alumni Julia Marino ‘11 will be the first skier to represent Paraguay in the Winter Olympics next February in Sochi, Russia, and her fellow alumni Julia Ford ‘08 and Sophia Schwartz ‘09, were both named to this year’s US Ski Team. Together they represent an alumni triumvirate of speed and determination – Holderness style.
|A Big Skiing Weekend for Holderness Alumni|
Holderness grads in the ski racing world started off well this past weekend. At the FIS Open-er at Sunday River two of our own excelled: Carson Houle '11(Williams) was fourth and Chris Bradbury '10 (Bates) finished tenth. Meanwhile, Chris Hyland '15 finished 8th for U18s. Out west, Sam Macomber '11 (Dartmouth) was the top US junior in the FISU race at Loveland, CO. It's going to be a good season for alumni ski watching!
|Holderness School Today, Fall 2013|
Inside This Issue:
- The van Otterloo Henderson Brewer Chair Program
- The Connection between Leadership and Learning
- Catching Up With: Mike and Betsy Henriques
- Commencement 2013
- Report of Appreciation
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|Girls Varsity Field Hockey Wins NEPSAC|
To clinch the New England Prep. School Athletic League title, Holderness defeated the number two seed, The Gunnery 7-3. This is the 4th New England Prep School Athletic League Championship for Holderness and marks 21 trips in a row to the play-offs.
|The Picador: Volume 9, Issue 4|
Inside this issue:
- Walk Back Etiquette
- Life After Holderness: Jake Barton Reports From Harvard
- Change Is Good: The Senior Thesis Requirement
- Faculty Profile: Ms. Merchant
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|The Picador: Volume 9, Issue 3|
Inside this issue of The Picador:
- Ballet for Athletes: Unlocking their Full Potential
- An interview with Kelly Pope
- Shooting Rabbits, Bouncing Pickles, and Other Ridiculous Laws
- What Holderness is Listening To
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