A new  album from  Joan Shelley ’04

A new album from Joan Shelley ’04

Over and Even (No Quarter), the third solo album from Joan Shelley ’04, is a lovely and mysterious record. Joan’s warm voice and guitar playing…

A new novel from Tania James ’99

A new novel from Tania James ’99

The Tusk that Did the Damage (Alfred A. Knopf), the second novel by Tania James ’99, explores the violence of the ivory trade in the…

Talking Turkey With Tommy and Alex Gift

Talking Turkey With Tommy and Alex Gift

This Thanksgiving, 100 patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center in Louisville received something to help make the holiday…

Focus on Social Emotional Learning

Focus on Social Emotional Learning

Teachers are often called on to help students manage their emotions, resolve conflicts, and make responsible decisions. This kind of social and emotional learning is…

Faces of Ghana

Faces of Ghana

Whenever he thinks of Tamale, Dexter Mahaffey ’89 thinks of his longtime friend Haroon Mohammed, the current president of Sister Cities of Tamale. “I’ve never…

An Unexpected Journey

An Unexpected Journey

Even now, it seems like he can hardly believe it. When New York actor Sean Kleier ’05 was cast in a commercial for the travel…

Scoring Silver in Sochi

Scoring Silver in Sochi

As a six-year-old playing her first games on the ice, Reagan Carey ’97 never dreamed that her passion for hockey would one day take her…

Making more time for science

Making more time for science

There have been some big changes in the lower school science curriculum this year, with the goal of substantially increasing the amount of instructional time…