CA Magazine Stories
In this secular age, pilgrimage is on the rise. CA alumnae/i pilgrims share the views that open up along the way.
CA students and teachers will soon set out on a pilgrimage along a portion of the Camino de Santiago in Galicia. Others have made pilgrimages here in New England and around the world.
Unlike other educational institutions, museums inspire public trust across the political spectrum. What responsibilities do they have in return?
Culminating a deep dive into what goes into making museum exhibitions, students in CA history teacher Kim Frederick’s history course Object Permanence: Concord and the American Nation gave gallery talks on May 9 at the Concord Museum.
Concord Academy recently seized a rare opportunity to reintegrate a piece of its history.
This year, construction has been steadily underway on the common room, campus residences, and facilities connecting the historic Haines and Hobson houses — work that will usher in remarkable changes in the residential landscape of West Campus.
An after-school mentor teaches teens to think like entrepreneurs.
Singer-songwriter Chloe Temtchine ’01 is finding inspiration in a life-threatening condition.
“I’ve always been greatly interested in the trappings of celebrity,” says Josh Duboff ’04, a senior writer for Vanity Fair and a leading voice in celebrity journalism.
Usually, the Chameleon Chamber Players listen to unfamiliar pieces before trying to play them. But this year, the five-member advanced ensemble had a chance to approach music differently thanks to a gift of funding for Concord Academy’s new composer-in-residence, Stefanie Lubkowski. In addition to teaching individual lessons in composition, Lubkowski has included student-musicians in the creation and development of an entirely new work. Her approach speaks to one of her main professional goals: to help young people see writing music as a dynamic process.