Science teacher Michael Chapman stands before an iPad mounted on a tripod and speaks to his four Honors Chemistry students doing today’s lab remotely—three at home and one, an on-campus senior, who Zooms in to this class of junior-cohort students.
"Only two brief paragraphs are devoted to Frederick Douglass's encounter with abolitionists in his new career as a public speaker for the cause of abolition," says English teacher Sarah Getchell to her AP English 11 class. "We've talked about this as a rhetorical text, intended to persuade its readers. Why, from a rhetorical standpoint, would he choose to end his Narrative as he does?"
Utilizing virtual platforms, masks, and social distancing, BB&N’s student musicians persevered this winter to bring the sounds of the season to life through a series of wonderful performances.
Standing along the banks of the Charles River on a mild October afternoon, Tristan Fitzgerald '22 draws back his Pflueger President Spinning Combo fishing rod and expertly casts a baited hook into the water.
This fall sports season at BB&N was far from normal, but student-athletes, coaches, trainers, and administrators worked hard to deliver an enjoyable experience despite the challenges created by COVID-19.
The Upper School's speech and debate team made history with a couple of remarkable first-time achievements at the recent four-day International Independent Schools Public Speaking Competition.
Dr. Ellen Quillen of Wake Forest University joined Science teacher Leah Cataldo’s Advanced Biology class via Zoom last week to consult with seniors studying evolution and population genetics.
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After 180 days away from campus, the BB&N community finally reuKnighted for the first in-person days of school on Thursday, September 10th and Friday, September 11th.
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.
Placing a capstone on her stellar BB&N career, recent graduate Molly Griffin '20 was awarded a John Carlton Memorial Trophy from the Boston Bruins' organization this June.
The voice of Upper School Director, Geoff Theobald, rang out at 80 Gerry's Landing, announcing each student's name as the Class of 2020 graduated in what everyone present agreed was the most memorable celebration in the School's history. If you closed your eyes and only listened to Theobald, you might have for a moment thought you were in the NAC, as in previous years.
Over the last 8 weeks, the talented and dedicated students of BB&N continued to create work to be enjoyed by the whole community.