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Seniors Continue Tradition with Digital Tiles

Despite COVID-19 and classes moving online, the Class of 2020 still completed the longstanding BB&N tradition of making Senior Tiles. Since the 1950s, students (then at Browne and Nichols, now at BB&N) have finished their 12th grade year by painting square ceramic tiles.

Letters from the Heart: Saffy Patel '22 Founds Volunteer Organization

When Saffron Patel '22 felt the pangs of her distant grandparents' loneliness in the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, she resolved to do something about it—not just for her relatives, but for other seniors who also might be missing contact with their families and friends. 

Mary Poppins Cast Visits Lower School

In a "practically perfect" start to the school day, the Upper School cast of Mary Poppins surprised Lower School students with performances at both the Buckingham gate and the Morse Building music room during drop-off on Wednesday morning.

Students Exhibit Art Work in MFA Collaboration

BB&N students were in some esteemed company this weekend when their work was exhibited in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Sharing the same roof with artwork from legends such as Paul Cezanne, El Greco, Paul Gauguin, and Rembrandt, students from all three campuses participated in an exciting collaboration with the MFA. 

BB&N Commemorates the Legacy of Dr. King with Annual MLK Luncheon

The BB&N community recently came together to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with the school's annual MLK Luncheon. Now in its 36th year, the event allows for reflection on the impact of Dr. King's legacy through speakers, musical performances, and thoughtful discussion.