The Centipede

A Bucket List For Boarders

Izzy Charles '19

November 28, 2017

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Being a boarder means living away from home, gaining independence and insights on how to conduct yourself while living with peers and sharing a room with others. To say the least, it can be difficult, but the CA boarding experience ...

Help Me Rhonda

November 28, 2017

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Rhonda, How do I make new friends? - Anonymous   Hello Anonymous!  If you really are having trouble making new friends, try sending out all_school_fyi emails about easily found “lost” items.  When someone res...

Learning the Culture of France Through Movies

Alex Tesson '19

November 28, 2017

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It is difficult to fully define a culture and its language through one medium; its literature provides only an academic standpoint on a culture, while its music usually doesn’t touch on every aspect of it. Film, however, is...

Faculty Profile: Jean Mike Remy

Rylie Robinson ’21

November 28, 2017

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Concord Academy welcomes Jean Mike Remy, a new member of the IT team, this fall. He has experience working in education and technology, having worked as a data specialist in the Arlington Public Schools, and an IT coordinator ...

Faculty Profile: Emily Walberg

Elle Stetson Dibble ’18

November 28, 2017

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With ten years of experience in alumni fundraising under her belt, Emily Walberg arrived at CA this past summer as an alumnae/i engagement officer. Emily grew up in independent schools in Connecticut and her parents both work as in...

Students Present InSPIRE Summer Internship Projects

Yoon Kim ’18

November 28, 2017

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On Tuesday, September 26th, Concord Academy students presented the highlights of their summer science research at the first annual Summer Science Poster Presentation. The thirteen participants included those who pursued the Concord A...

Warcross By Marie Lu Book Review

Shreya Patel '21

November 28, 2017

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Warcross by Marie Lu, a wonderfully diverse and stunningly written novel, hooks readers instantly. The level of detail in every moment is remarkable and right off the bat I found myself visualizing every scene. The imagery is ...

Faculty Profile: Thomas Mandala

Anna Sander '20

November 28, 2017

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Thomas Mandala brings over two decades of enthusiasm about teaching to his new position in the French division of Concord Academy’s Modern and Classical Languages Department. Mandala’s love of education was sparked at...

September Music Recommendations

Owen Elton '19

November 28, 2017

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I am always very excited for Fridays, not only because of the weekend, but because new music is usually released then. Each Friday, I make sure to listen to many of the new releases across different genres. After keeping track of ...

Faculty Profile: Andrew Stevens

Lex Keegan Jiganti ’19

November 28, 2017

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Andrew Stevens, the newest member of Concord Academy’s English Department hails from Michigan but came to CA by way of Mississippi and Alabama. Stevens is a recent alumnus of the University of Alabama’s College of Arts a...

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