"Do I Know You?," an evening of comedic one-acts debuting Friday night, celebrates the return of the St. Andrew's Players, the Upper School acting ensemble, to performing before an audience on the MacDonald Hall stage.
Documentary filmmaker Neha Shastry '09 spoke to Upper School students about her career and how St. Andrew's helped her develop her point of view as a filmmaker while in town working on her latest project.
The scientific review articles chosen for publication in the Journal of Organic Biochemistry at St. Andrew’s (JOBSA) were written and anonymously reviewed by students in Will Ferriby’s Organic Biochemistry class.
St. Andrew’s held its Senior Awards Assembly on Thursday morning recognizing the achievements of the Class of 2021. Awards were handed out for excellence in academics, arts, athletics, leadership, and equity and inclusion.
The St. Andrew’s Oral History Project is the largest pre-collegiate collection of oral histories in North America, and with the addition of 86 new primary source interviews, it now exceeds 1,500. Click here to learn more about the interviews.
Walker Borgmann ’22 has always been curious about technology, especially the intricacies of video production. When he arrived at St. Andrew’s as a seventh grader, he took that curiosity and ran with it.
High school students from nine schools across North America developed and pitched their ideas for improving financial literacy among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) during HackBAC, the Black Alumni Collective’s inaugural hackathon.
Juniors Jason Gan and Owen Whitman, leaders of St. Andrew's Coding Club, created a Python competition for the St. Andrew's community. Due to the pandemic, they collaborated on the project from opposite sides of the globe - Jason in China and Owen in Maryland.
Nineteen students were virtually inducted into the St. Andrew’s chapter of the Cum Laude Society today. This year’s inductees learned of their selection on Tuesday night through surprise phone and video calls from current Cum Laude Society members and teachers. An Upper School assembly was held Wednesday morning to honor the group.
From the cast to the crew, all members of the St. Andrew’s Players had to learn new parts this year, going from stage performers and backstage maestros to virtual actors, artists, and editors, culminating in the highly technical and creative production of this year’s Upper School winter musical, “Working.”
Rebecca Hyde ‘09 is a data scientist, but you could also call her a storyteller; with Capital One, Kaiser Permanente, and Facebook, Hyde’s work has focused on helping businesses understand trends - the story the data is telling - that could influence big decisions.
Even before setting foot on his college campus, Andy Harris ’18 knew he needed a way to get around it; he was recovering from a knee injury and predicted the 35-minute walk to his 8 a.m. class would exhaust him.