Campus Life
September 20 through 26, 2021

Students celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival on Tuesday, September 21. Also known as the Moon Festival, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional holiday celebrated in China and other Asian countries. Students enjoyed authentic Chinese dishes, decorated lanterns, and enjoyed mooncakes while international ambassadors shared the history and story behind this festival.

Our annual Junior Prize Day ceremony was held on Thursday, September 24. Students were recognized for their achievements in academics and the arts for the 2020-21 school year. During the ceremony, Mr. Chris DeLucia P'13, Herbert B. Finnegan Memorial Chair of World Languages and Senior Master Teacher of World Languages, was introduced as this year's recipient of The Brody Family Fellowship.

On Sunday, we celebrated the dedication of the Warner Center for Spiritual Life and Equity. The Warner Center is a space that cultivates an inclusive community through programming and initiatives which support spiritual life, diversity, equity, and inclusion at The Hill. Many thanks to Michael Tennant '00, CEO of Curiosity Lab, for being our guest speaker for this special event! Read more about this event.

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