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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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Welcome

  • This week marks Choate legend Mr. Thomas Yankus ’52’s final week of work at Choate. Over the course of his storied 56-year Choate career, Mr. Yankus has been a vital member of the...
  • Who will walk away with the gold this year? On Memorial Day, several Choate students gathered around the science center pond and raced their individually designed boats as part of...
  • Over the past few weeks, the Choate community has been swept with a particularly severe bout of illness, with most affected students experiencing flu-like symptoms. One out of...
  • Last Tuesday, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, Thailand’s army chief, imposed martial law and declared himself the “supreme commander” of Thailand. In that press briefing, he went to...
  • Let me tell you a secret. Any art form, if executed with a purpose that is visible throughout, can be labeled as “art.” However, the real question is, what is the limit of this...

News

This week marks Choate legend Mr. Thomas Yankus ’52’s final week of work at...
Who will walk away with the gold this year? On Memorial Day, several Choate...
Over the past few weeks, the Choate community has been swept with a...
As a school that prides itself on its diversity, Choate respects and supports...

Features

One of the lesser-known dogs that lights up this campus is Nora, a 12 year old...
Welcome to the last installment of Choate Cribs for the 2013-2014 school year...
I didn’t want an iPhone until my mother offered to buy me one in December. It...
If there is one thing I have learned in my year at Choate, it is that the...
Out of the thirty-one current Choate students from New York, NY (I counted),...

Arts and Leisure

Let me tell you a secret. Any art form, if executed with a purpose that is...