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On the Fringe: Martha D-O Reflects on 34 Plays in One Day

Lincoln School joined the theatrical movement with the first-ever Grade 8 Fringe Festival. Each student in the class of 2022 wrote an original 10-minute play, and in cohorts they directed, designed, and performed all 34 plays all over the school in one night!

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Hour of Power: Changing the World Through Coding

Last week, Lincoln participated in Hour of Code, a global movement that challenges participants to get hands on with and gain confidence through coding, with a particular eye on empowering girls and young women in order to close the gender gap in computer science fields.

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Providence's Hidden History: Student Research Uncovers Local Truths About Slave Trade

Maya Clifton '18 and Taiwo Demula, a Sophia Academy alumna and current senior at Classical High School, recently spoke at Lincoln School about their summer research internships with the Brown University's Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice, a space for the study of historical forms of slavery and how those legacies shape our current world. 

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Community, Commiseration, and Celebration: Reflections From the People of Color Conference

Jamal Shipman, Lincoln School's Associate Director of Admission, reflects on a recent visit to Anaheim, California for the 30th National Association of Independent School's People of Color Conference. 

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Murray Family Donates $1 Million to Lincoln School

Lincoln School is thrilled to announce a $1 million commitment from the Murray Family Charitable Foundation. This contribution is the latest in the family's longstanding history of dedication to Lincoln School and a tribute to the three generations of Murray women who have graduated from the school.

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First Female CEO of NASDAQ Credits All-Girls School With Preparing Her for Success

Yet another successful woman is pointing to the unique all-girls educational environment as critical to her for success—Adena Friedman, NASDAQ CEO and president, says her time at an all-girls school "made a difference" and prepared her for a career on Wall Street.

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The Sky is Limitless: NASA’s Leah Tinberg ’12 on a Female-Engineered Future

Leah Tinberg ’12, a cable harness mechanical engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, came back to campus to inspire a class of future female engineers. 

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Showcasing Our Investment in Lower School STEAM Professional Development

Teachers in Lincoln's Lower School travelled far and wide to expand their STEAM knowledge—every faculty member conducted a school visit or attended a conference last year to provide our students with the best possible education—and they've got the footage to show for it!

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To the Four: Katie Faulkner '83 Architecture Firm Tops Best-of List

Once again topping Architect Magazine's Top 50 Firms chart, NADAAA took home fourth place this year. Katie Faulkner '83, founder and principal of NADAAA, is no stranger to being at the top of this list—this is the 5th year the firm has been ranked one of the best. 

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