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STEAM, Not STEM—OpED By Suzanne Fogarty and NASA's Kim Arcand

"Making The Case for STEAM, Not STEM" cowritten by Head of School Suzanne Fogarty and Kim Arcand, the visualization lead for NASA’s space-based Chandra X-ray Observatory, was published in the January 10, 2020 issue of The Providence Business News

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A Big Day for Little School: Expansion Project Breaks Ground

It’s official! The new Little School expansion has broken ground, kicking off our $5M Building Beginnings campaign, dedicated to learning through discovery and connection through community. This all-community event was a joyous celebration of our littlest learners, with students from all divisions, faculty, staff, parents, alumnae, board members, supporters, partners and more in attendance. 

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LSPA Meeting: Equity, Inclusion and Community with Dr. Liza Talusan

"Who you are informs what you do, how you act and interact, and how you see the world around you." ~Liza Talusan

Lincoln parents meet with Dr. Talusan on important topics at the November LSPA meeting.

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Faculty & Staff Profile #6 | Courtney Dubois P’26,’29, Lower School Learning Skills Specialist

As a school, Lincoln is shaped daily by the passion and brilliance of its faculty and staff, and this year we’d like to help you–our community–get to know them a bit better! 

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Eight Lincoln Students Attend the AISNE Middle School Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference

On Saturday, November 2, eight Lincoln Middle Schoolers joined Visual Arts Department faculty member Lawrence Timmins and Director of the Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship Dr. Barret Fabris at the Association of Independent Schools in New England’s (AISNE) Middle School Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference at Belmont Day School. 

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Grace Boghosian ’21 Accepted to the Junior Academy of the New York Academy of Sciences

Junior Grace Boghosian is one of over 900 students from 64 countries to be accepted into the fifth cohort of the Junior Academy, an initiative of the New York Academy of Sciences’ Global STEM Alliance (GSA). 

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Panel Power: Local Leaders Lend Voices to "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" 11/7 6 p.m.

The Bold Voices Film Series presentation of Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am on November 7 at 6 p.m. will feature a powerful panel to engage in a critical dialog about the film and its themes. 

Read on for more information about these local leaders!

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Lincoln School Varsity Field Hockey Team Wins RIIL Division 2 State Championship

After appearing in the Division 2 State Championship showdown in each of the last three seasons but falling just short of the title, the Lynx were not to be denied on Sunday. The squad fought from start to finish, coming together for a 3-0 win over Wheeler and that long-awaited state championship! 

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