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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Welcome

  • Empty bleachers and silent games can attest to the issue thatBoar Pen has been falling short of its goals this year to increase fan support and turnout at games. The strategy...
  • 1823 is considered by few to be a momentous year in global history: a year of minor military skirmishes including the Anglo-Burmese War and the Anglo-Ashanti Conflict, several new...
  • As the snow falls and winter term slides slowly to a close, Choate theater faculty, tech crew, and a cast of about thirty students have been working in the Paul Mellon Art Center...
  • Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell, the Campus Visit Coordinator and overall welcoming face for Choate for 22 years, passed away on Friday, January 30. A Wallingford resident for most her...
  • On Saturday, February 14, fifth and sixth formers gathered in the Hill House Dining Hall for First Hurrah which was planned by the Committee on Student Activities (COSA). COSA...

News

Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell, the Campus Visit Coordinator and overall welcoming...
On Saturday, February 14, fifth and sixth formers gathered in the Hill House...
As part of the Cameron and Edward Lanphier Center’s incorporation into student...
On Wednesday, February 11, 39 Choate students stood up in front of their forms...

Features

Sometimes listening to music during exams can make studying a little easier. As...
Sixty seconds is the perfect time frame for a lot of things. A minute brings...
As Snapchat is one of the most widely used social media applications among...
Spring break is almost here. Soon enough we will be enjoying those two weeks of...
Now that the Lanphier Center is finally here, opinions among students and...

Arts and Leisure

As the snow falls and winter term slides slowly to a close, Choate theater...