Center Programming

Morgan Stone Day (MSD)

MSD was Lincoln’s first program day devoted to themes of diversity and inclusion. Founded by the Upper School Club, 2B1, MSD explores notions of race and privilege, adopting such themes as, ‘Acknowledging our Intersectionality,’ ‘Who put the ME in Media’, and 2017/18’s ‘The Power of Protest.’

Future is Feminist

The Future is Feminist Conference (previously known as International Women's Day) is a student-led, all school program day organized by the the Upper School club Lincoln Feminists, and the Middle School Cafe Club. Topics of patriarchy, gender, and intersectionality are explored through workshops, guest speakers, group activities, and community outreach.

LYNXMUN

LYNXMUN is Lincoln School’s three year-running high school Model United Nations Conference. Hosting schools from the New England area, LYNXMUN is the culmination of our year’s competitive schedule. Lincoln’s team was recently ranked by Best Delegate as the best team in the state of Rhode Island one of the 150 best in the country.

Programming News

Lincoln's Celebration of International Women's Day

This year's Celebration of International Women's Day was framed around the central theme of "Owning Your Own Narrative," brought to life by a dynamic and diverse group of speakers and panelists.

The day began with keynote speaker Noorjahan Akbar, who spoke to Upper and Middle School students about the power of personal narrative, writing as a conduit for social change, and Akbar's own journey, perspective, and voice. Akbar also spoke to the greater Lincoln community the night prior in a talk entitled "Afghan Women and the Global Fight Against Gender-Based Violence." Learn more here.

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The 'Me' in Media: Morgan Stone '00 Day 2017

Every year, Lincoln School invites students, families, and alumnae to participate in Morgan Stone '00 Day, an event dedicated to celebrating our differences, welcoming the cultures that make up our community, and examining what it takes to make our society better.

Morgan Stone '00 Day is held every year in memory of its namesake Lincoln student who passed away shortly after graduating. During her tenure here, she was the president of the student-run 2B1 Club, an organization committed to social justice and the celebration of diversity and multiculturalism through education and conversation.

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