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The Spring 2016 Issue of CA Magazine

May 27, 2016

The spring 2016 issue of Concord Academy magazine features stories on the Hollywood gender gap and 3D printing among alumnae/i profiles, updates on campus plans, and more.

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Spring Session: Experiments in Teaching and Learning

May 30, 2017

Forty-two different courses were offered during Spring Session this year. Watch videos of students in action and the pedagogy driving this special week of out-of-the-ordinary experiences.

Spring Session

May 30, 2017

A complete change of pace on campus gives teachers four days to explore new approaches to pedagogy, and students a chance to have a lot of fun stepping outside their comfort zones. The week is a chance to model “sandbox thinking”: the kind of joyful experimentation young children engage in on the playground.

CA Farmers: Back to the Land, and the Lab

May 30, 2017

A number of CA alumnae/i are embracing the challenge of farming for reasons that are political, aesthetic, economic, and intellectual. They’re doing it in ways both traditional and high-tech.

Next Step for Sally Zimmerli: CA’s New Dean of Students

May 25, 2017

A member of the Concord Academy community since the fall of 2000, Acting Director of Student Life Sally Zimmerli will soon become the next dean of students.

Emma Quinn ’09: A Naval Officer on Okinawa

May 25, 2017

Emma Quinn ’09 has built a career as a naval officer in the Marine Corps. She views the military as a critical nonpartisan tool of U.S. foreign policy.

Timothy Bergreen ’82: Fighting the Good Fight on Behalf of U.S. Intelligence

May 25, 2017

A passion for foreign policy led Timothy Bergreen ’82 to become a watchdog over national security programs, as minority deputy staff director of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Sarah Russell ’87: A Champion Then and Now

May 25, 2017

Earning plaudits for her athletic prowess is nothing new to Sarah Russell ’87, who has become a world-class triathlete.

Video: Girls’ Varsity Squash, NEPSAC Champions

May 24, 2017

In our online exclusive, watch members of the girls’ varsity squash team relive their very first win of a NEPSAC title — the fourth NEPSAC championship for Concord Academy.

Hydroponics Close-Up: Growing Greens at CA

May 24, 2017

Senior Miranda Brown ’17 conducted a departmental study in the basement of CA Labs, where she spent a semester growing hydroponic greens. She also researched the food system and issues surrounding food justice. She shared her findings — and her produce  — with the CA community.

A Closer Look at CA Labs

November 11, 2016

Compare the footprint of CA Labs with the previous science building and take a visual tour of this new campus hub for science and collaborative learning.

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