Monthly Archives: January 2012

Personal Reflections on Graduates Returning to Field

As we reported here earlier this month, we recently ran our traditional “Senior-Young Alumni Lunch,” during which Field graduates return to campus to share with our college-bound seniors the details of life at the next level: roommates, professors, dining hall … Continue reading

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Field’s 11th Grade “Transcendentalism Project”

Malikah Goss is Field’s Assistant College Counselor and has also been one of our 11th grade English teachers since 2008. She spends much of the second semester guiding her students through our Transcendentalism Project, a different way of encountering important … Continue reading

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A Teacher’s Reflection on Diversity Day

Will Layman started teaching at The Field School in 1982. He was hired (twice) by our founder, Elizabeth Ely. Today he is Field’s Director of Institutional Advancement, which is a fancy way of saying that he works with his admissions, … Continue reading

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Our Annual Senior/Young Alumni Lunch

Today in the Cafritz Living Room, Field’s recent past met with Field’s present in an annual tradition that grows richer each year. Today was the Senior/Young Alumni Lunch, at which recent graduates of Field return to school to talk to … Continue reading

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