Monthly Archives: October 2012

Enjoying Work on the Fall Theatre Production

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by Katie Gordon ’15 – This fall I’ve had the great pleasure of being in the play The Rimers of Eldritch, by Lanford Wilson, which is directed by Chip Lamb. It’s a story about a group of people from the … Continue reading

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Namaste Y’all

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By Bobby Fisher, P ’16 – I’ve never been a fan of bumper stickers. Some people like them because they are a way to make a personal statement.  But sometimes, that can be tricky. I suppose that we should never … Continue reading

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Hands-on Research at UConn

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by Carsten Lohan ’13 – Last Thursday at 7:20 AM, twenty-six Pomfret students taking Marine Biology and AP Environmental Science classes headed to the University of Connecticut Avery Point Campus for a field trip. Upon our arrival, we boarded UConn’s … Continue reading

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Supporting a Great Cause

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by Louisa Jones P ’04 – For the last 12 years, Pomfret’s varsity field hockey team has supported the Susan G. Komen Foundation by hosting a dress down day on the first Friday in October. This began as our way … Continue reading

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We Are Pomfret!

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by Dolph Clinton ’92 – We speak at least 14 different languages and come from 18 different countries. We have performed in the Boston Ballet and represented our respective countries on National basketball teams. We taught and studied art in … Continue reading

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Heart of a Griffin

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by Maximilian King ’13, vice president of the School Council – My name is Maximilian Paul King and I have been at Pomfret School for three years. I am from Amesbury, Massachusetts and I’m the youngest of five children. Last … Continue reading

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Community Service Garden Experience Not Just a Summer Job

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by Genevieve LaBeef ’15 – This past summer, I had the opportunity to work. This wasn’t just any old job; in fact it was only a few steps away from my own home. That’s right. I spent a majority of … Continue reading

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