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Miss Independent: Don't Miss This Year's Independent Study Final Presentations

After a year of research, critical thought, experimentation, and rigorous analysis, a group of motivated Lincoln Upper School students will soon be showcasing their Independent Study work over two nights of final presentations. 

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  • In The World
  • Lower School
  • STEAM
WOW in the World

Second-grader Logan Green called into one of her favorite podcasts, "Wow in the World" and gave a shout out to Lincoln School. The topic was “Operation Earth: How to be Cool To a Planet That’s Hot.” The hosts Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas engaged children about climate change, what it is and why it is bad news for planet earth.

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  • Alumnae
  • In The World
  • Lincoln Love
Style Maven: Stefanie Casinelli Taylor ’97 Launches ZAXIE

Stefanie Casinelli Taylor ’97, longtime owner and president of Gennaro, a Rhode Island-based family jewelry company, recently launched her own accessory brand, ZAXIE by Stefanie Taylor. Learn more about her philosophy of women's empowerment, and her committment to allowing each and every woman wherever she is to find her beautiful.

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  • Events
  • The Center
Six Recent Reasons Dina Nayeri Is one of This Generation’s Greatest Writers

Dina’s short story “A Big True” published in the summer 2017 issue of The Southern Review was selected for Best American Short Stories 2018 by Roxane Gay. Dina will speak at Lincoln on Monday, April 23 at 7 p.m. Reserve a seat today.

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  • Academics
  • Admission
  • Middle School
  • STEAM
Innovation By Design—Middle School’s Innovation Nation with Bryant University

This year’s Innovation Nation, a three-day Middle School design thinking intensive, brought new challenges, thought-provoking problem solving, and some fresh faces to Lincoln School. Lincoln girls split up into groups, and after learning the basics of human-centered design (empathize, define, ideate, prototype, test), they set out to tackle some real-world problems with big ideas. 

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  • Quaker Roots
  • The Center
  • Why Girls?
Center of Gravity: Quakerism, Critical Conversations, and a Conduit for Change

Curious about The Center at Lincoln School? Ever wonder how we can be both Quaker and an all-girls institution? Want to know more about how to get rid of the glass ceiling once and for all? Read on! 

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  • Alumnae
Five Quick Steps to Join Lincoln Connect (And One New Mobile App!)

Interested in joining Lincoln Connect, but haven't signed up just yet? Lucky for you, it's now easier than ever! Now you can make the same great career moves, reconnect with past classmates, and learn the latest from our vibrant alumnae community on the go with the Lincoln Connect mobile app.  

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  • She-ros
  • Upper School
2018 Lincoln Commencement Speaker: Prerna Singh, Author and Brown University Professor

We are so excited to announce that Prerna Singh, acclaimed author and Mahatma Gandhi Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies at Brown University, will be the 2018 Lincoln School Commencement speaker! 

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