Don't Miss Reunion!
Registration is now open for June 2–5 reunion at NMH! If your class year ends in a one or a six, don’t miss this chance to see how your school has evolved; enjoy classroom seminars, entertainment, a New England sunset dinner, the “pie ride,” and other athletic opportunities; get an update on NMH’s strategic plan; and have lots of time to reconnect with old friends.
Brain Food: Tasty Tidbits from NMH’s Life of the Mind
• Computer science is code play for Audrey Kintisch ’16, who loves its combination of math, organization, and creativity.
• Evelyn Harris, formerly of the a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, had the Concert Choir making inspired harmonies.
• Science teacher Carl Christianson spoke about his research on discovering plant-based medicines.
• NMH artists practice what they teach; their latest works were displayed at the Faculty Art Show.
• Model UN teams went global, competing in Qatar and Greece.
Alumni in Action
• A single conversation at NMH led Noah Levinson ’00 to found Calcutta Kids, a nonprofit that has saved hundreds of lives.
• The Advancement Committee of the Alumni Council focuses awareness on the power of alumni giving.
• Geneva Jonathan ’11 is researching how smart phones can help people with mental illnesses.
Keeping the Winter Lively
No one was hibernating at NMH this winter; there was way too much going on.
• Diversity Day brought inspiring speakers to campus and more than 60 workshops on topics including portrayals of Native Americans in film, gender identity 101, Islamophobia, food activism, confronting positive stereotypes, meditation, and cultural capital.
• Weekends were full of the arts — instrumental concerts, dance performances, theater productions, and an a cappella festival among them.
• Athletics, the Dwight Night dance, and the Hoggercup class competition hoopla kept everyone moving.
• An International Carnival let students sample food from many global cuisines.
• Both boys’ and girls’ basketball won post-season championships.