“I’ve seen it firsthand through both my girls that there is immense power in a Lincoln education,” said Serena Gaitskell, mom to Minty Gaitskell ’25 and recent graduate Portia Gaitskell ’18. Find out more about their uniquely Lincoln journey!
Over 3,700 people walked through Lincoln's doors on Saturday for the 2018 Rhode Island Festival of Children's Books and Authors, a record year for this beloved event!
In this guest blog, Visual Arts Department faculty member Heather Rigney shares a few of the ways in which the Environmental Stewardship Committee is helping Lower School students and faculty explore stewardship, one of the six Quaker values.
Meredith Vieira ’71 Shows a Documentary and Shares Her Story
Digging into either of Dr. Mukherjee’s works provides an opportunity for understanding, a chance to confront science’s mysteries armed with the knowledge that comes from his years of research and work in the field of oncology. His reflections will always make you think, but sometimes, they will truly blow your mind. Here are a few of our favorites.