January's Student and Residential Life Awards were given out Friday during Assembly in Pingree Auditorium.
Philip Hodges '18 signed up for Arabic three years ago without a second thought.
Monday was much more than a day of remembrance as Christ School honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Jimmy Burke '18 sees a little of himself in the superheroes he draws. The creative freedom that pulsates through the Kennedy-Herterich Art Studio will do that to a boy.
Like an elevator, there are only ups and downs to the Bearwallow Challenge.
Will DuBose '19 gets a gleam in his eye when he overhears fellow Christ School students challenging one another's ideas and opinions. The topics could range from politics to pop culture, and everything in between.
Alex Woollcott '76 couldn't decide between a career in business or law during his college days in the Ivy League. So he quit fighting it and chose them both for a profession.
The college basketball career of Matt Cioce '13 is a lesson in tenacity.