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Holderness News

2018

  • January

    Honoring MLK: A Teach In

    Holderness School honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But what does it mean to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? Director of Equity and Inclusion, Jini Sparkman answers the question of how we honor Dr. King: “It means service. It means education. It means actively and intentionally working towards making our world a more equitable and inclusive place.”
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  • Hi, I’m Mike, and I’m mentally ill

    Liesl Magnus ‘17
    Last week, one of America’s leading speakers on mental health, Mike Veny, spent a couple days on campus, speaking to students in both large and small groups. He paid particular attention to the boys on campus, acknowledging that when we do speak about mental health, it is often from the female perspective; Mike understands from personal experience how important the conversation about mental health from the male perspective is. Later Mike spoke to the whole school, and alumna Liesl Magnus ‘17 had this to report.
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  • The Rev. Josh Hill at the annual Blessing of the Pets

    Lean On Me

    The Rev. Joshua A. Hill
    The Holderness community gathered together in the chapel on the first week back at school in the new year. Rev. Hill provided us with a brief explanation of why it is still Christmas and then shared from his own personal experience over the holiday season.
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  • Holderness Nordic Ski Team Braves the Cold to Train in Quebec

    Emily Magnus
    While the end of break was chilly in New Hampshire, it was nothing compared to the temperatures in Quebec! For the last five days of their vacation, the Holderness nordic team traveled to Mount Saint Anne in Quebec for double sessions of training, with temperatures hovering around zero for the duration.  
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  • Margery Thomas-Mueller to Display Work in Edwards Art Gallery

    Emily Magnus
    “Landscape is a metaphor for life inside and out,” explains Margery Thomas-Mueller in the opening of her artist statement for the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery. “It is where we walk, view, embrace our daily experiences of existence…The complexity that confronts our world daily, trying to uncover the dream beyond, that is the thicket I work at on paper.”
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