Thanks to hard work of an #NMH student and Plant & Properties, the "single-stall" restrooms in most school buildings now have new signage. All school buildings continue to have restrooms that are exclusively male or female, and most also now have restrooms marked as "All Gender Restroom" for anyone's use, regardless of their gender identity.
"NMH aspires to be a safe space for students, faculty and staff in all ways and we also seek to empower students to act with humanity and purpose," Dean of Students Nicole Hager P'17 said.
Jon Teitel of College Hoops Daily interviews University of Vermont captain & NMH basketball alum, Hector Harold '10! Go NMH! http://www.collegehoopsdaily.com/season-preview-chd-interviews-vermont-sf-hector-harold/
This fall's Diversity Summit will be held Friday, Oct. 24 to Monday, Oct. 27, and include events like workshops, open mics, and student performances. Keynote speaker Steven Tejada will speak about education and identity on Sunday at 3 pm in Raymond Hall. View his TEDxYouth talk here: http://ow.ly/CNd7t
Richard Hartshorne '61, who was on the cover of the Spring '09 NMH Magazine, will be on campus on Sunday, Nov. 2 for String Day, when young string players from around the valley are invited to join NMH string players. In 2004, Hartshorne founded Bach With Verse, a non-profit organization that brings hope, inspiration, and laughter to underserved and disadvantaged communities by presenting free live musical performances. String Day is open to the public. Don't miss a presentation in Raymond Hall from 1:30 to 2:30 pm.