Things I Didn’t Get to Tell You.
Silver Linings: Mr. Lehman shares how he discovered new opportunities and interests after a devastating knee injury playing sports in high school. What are our silver linings during these challenging and uncertain times?
My Name Is Jonathan: Four stories from my father's life which reflect values of love, effort, respect and fun - qualities that have shaped the man I am today.
7,000 Miles: Do what you love, not necessarily what you're good at, and never, ever take it for granted.
Learning and Loving on Valentine’s Day. A reflection on how facing adversity changed my life and encouraged me to learn from my actions, especially when detached from what I love.
What Happens to Us Informs Our Outlook: While we should never forget to work hard for all that we want to accomplish, working hard is not what makes life worth living. We do that by having fun, and I wish someone had told me sooner not to feel guilty for it.
The Importance of Humor: Don’t take yourself too seriously and remember to laugh every day.
A Life of Service. The importance of being of service in small and large ways to broaden our awareness and connections with other people.
Know the Count: A story of three baseball games
Live everyday like it is your last. Tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. So, live everyday with the intention that this is going to be the best day because you never know what might happen.
The Blue and Gray: Headmaster Lehman explains how students in the Class of 1887 used the School's colors to establish civility, empathy, and unity as core values at The Hill, and emphasizes the continued importance of practicing those principles today
Being OK with Being OK...For Now: A talk about being average - or less - during one's pursuit of excellence.
The Passionate Path: The pursuit of one's passions isn't always a clear road; it may not lead to popularity, acclaim or monetary success - but the opportunity and perspective one gains through that pursuit is a reward not to be discounted.
Resiliency in Defeat: Losing against Lawrenceville shouldn’t define a team’s season or their success. My teammates and I didn’t let it define us either. With an underdog mentality, we took the loss we were handed during L’Ville Weekend last year and turned it into something great.
Loneliness and Friendship: My daily struggling of being a Colombian at Hill and the friends that help me fight these struggles.
Girls Don't Belong at The Hill School: A reflection on coeducation, conversion, and changed hearts and minds.
Connections in the Real World. Each and every one one of us had our own unique story with a different plot. We must connect with one another on a deeper level to become characters in each other’s story.
Look at what's around you. How did you get there? My perspective on gratitude and appreciating your upbringing.
The Boys Aren’t Alright. Mr. Steinman, a not quite young and not quite old man, attempts to articulate what masculinity looks like and should aspire to in the 21st century.