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Listen Up: Front and Center Podcast, Episode 1—Colorblindness

Front and Center, the new podcast brought to you from Lincoln School's Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship, touches on issues close to home and in the world, speaking to larger social trends and narratives that often go unheard.

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Thought Leader: Peter Brooks Brings Lincoln Learning to National Stage

Upper School director Peter Brooks is taking the national stage! He’s been selected as one of the workshop presenters for the upcoming 2018 National Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference in Atlanta on March 7–9.

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  • She-ros
Lincoln's Helena Foulkes '82 Spearheads CVS Ban on Photoshopped Beauty Ads

Alumna Helena Buonanno Foulkes '82, the president of CVS Pharmacy and executive vice president of CVS Health, is at the helm of a groundbreaking decision to no longer use digitally altered images in their in-store or print advertising. 

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  • Quaker Roots
On Our Minds January 2018: Letters From Lincoln's Lower School

Maureen Devlin, Head of Lower School, and Suzanne Fogarty, Head of School, share their perspective on all the exciting and innovative initiatives taking place in Nursery–Grade 5. With a combined 55 years of experience in education, from New Mexico to New York City, from Brookline to Brooklyn, we highlight independent school teaching and learning at its best.

In this first Lower School letter of the new year, we would like to take pause and reflect on our roots. Our Quaker philosophy weaves its way into all that we do in the Lower School from the peace mats in Ginkgo to learning the SPICES in Spanish and French, to deep discussions about what kindness means and how small people can be an invaluable part of our big world.

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  • Middle School
  • The Arts
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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  • STEAM
  • Why Girls?
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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