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Four Lincoln School Student-Athletes Commit to Compete at Division I Schools

Congratulations to Delaney Bernier, Margaret Czech, Alison Gorriaran, and Sydney North, who have committed to continue their impressive athletic careers and compete at Division I schools next fall!

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From The Lincoln Magazine: Redirecting Rejection–From Sidelines to State Champ

Rachel Westgate '94, a member of the school's 1993 State Championship Field Hockey Team, reflects on the lessons she learned through rejection and how they led her to Lincoln's Athletic Hall of Fame.

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  • STEAM
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A Work in Progress: Lincoln Students Immersed in RISD’s Introduction to Architecture Course

This fall, ten Lincoln students in Grades 9-12 have embraced the challenge and opportunity in college-level work, enrolling in the credit-bearing Introduction to Architecture course at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), the nation’s leading art and design school.

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  • Head of School
Purpose Through Partnerships: Head of School Suzanne Fogarty to Present at Global Gathering NYC

Head of School Suzanne Fogarty has been selected to present on Lincoln's various partnerships and their role in creating purpose for students at this week's Global Gathering NYC.

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  • The Arts
From The Lincoln Magazine: Hare Raiser–Resurrecting the Untold Story of The Velveteen Rabbit

Learn how Laurel Davis Huber ’69’s favorite childhood book–given to her by a Lincoln School teacher–sparked an investigation that led to her first published novel, The Velveteen Daughter

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Slay, Girls: She Kills Monsters Selected as Fall Play

This year’s fall play, She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen, is about a girl named Agnes who stumbles upon her recently deceased sister's Dungeons and Dragons notebook and begins to understand the girl she took for granted through a game she doesn't yet understand. 

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Joining Together: Friends Council on Education Statement on Recent Violence

As a strong Quaker school, we embrace peace, integrity, and humanity, values on which we particularly rely to see us through difficult times. It is with these principles in mind and at heart that we share the Friends Council on Education's Statement on Violence in Pittsburgh and Kentucky, and join together to work toward a more peaceful future. 

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Lincoln En Vivo: Lincoln Live on Air With Poder 11 10

This Wednesday, October 31, the students of Señora Campbell’s Advanced Spanish Literature Class will be interviewed live on air in the recording studio of local Spanish-language radio station, Poder 11 10, to promote Lincoln’s upcoming open house and speak about the power of an all-girls Lincoln education.

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Expert Opinion: Author and Doctor Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD Spoke to a Crowd of 600+

Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer, one of TIME’s All-Time Top 100 Nonfiction Books, and the New York Times #1 bestseller The Gene: An Intimate History, spoke to a rapt crowd at Lincoln School on October 18.

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  • Why Girls?
Introducing the Lincoln School Strategic Advisory Board

As a local and national leader in all-girls education, we thrilled to announce the formation of the Lincoln School Strategic Advisory Board! The board is comprised of national and international thought leaders, experts, and innovators from business, academia, and government who provide advice and counsel to Head of School Suzanne Fogarty and school leadership.

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Lincoln Parent Profile: Serena Gaitskell P'18'25

“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! 

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