The pulse

  1. Brandon Wu ’15 has Qualified for The 150th Open in St. Andrews this Summer!

    Pictured here are Brandon Wu'15 and Caroline Skillman '19. She writes: "I had the privilege of catching up with Brandon in the Media Centre at The Open this morning in St. Andrews. Brandon has qualified for The 150th Open in St. Andrews – an incredible achievement that I am lucky enough to witness as part of the corporate communications department working for the R&A (Royal and Ancient Golf Club) this summer in St. Andrews. Go Big Green!"

  2. Sunshine ’23 Published in the Concord Review

    The History and Social Science Department celebrates the publication of original scholarship by Sunshine '23 in the prestigious Concord Review, the only quarterly journal in the world to publish the academic history papers of high school students. Sunshine's article offers an engrossing and incisive exploration of the dramatic reappraisal of the merchant class in China during the Song Dynasty (960-1276 AD), when the state and the public no longer viewed merchants as "unscrupulous men" but rather "reputable, righteous, sophisticated, and politically powerful citizens." Head over to Boyden Library to see Sunshine's article in the latest issue of the Concord Review—on display now!

  3. Center for Service and Global Citizenship Micro-Grant Update: Supporting Ukrainian Refugees

    "Since February 24, over 300,000 Ukrainians have joined the city’s (Prague) ranks. The generosity and kindness of these people make the world a slightly better, more accepting and more caring place for the war’s youngest victims. While the Adaptation Centers in the Czech Republic were originally conceived as a temporary solution to help children adjust to life in the Czech Republic, the overwhelming demand from incoming children and their families, and the shortage of space in Prague schools, has meant that the programs will continue throughout the course of the upcoming school year…"