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List of 20 news stories.

  • Important Message: Words & Actions

    Brunswick seeks to promote respect for everyone and has zero tolerance for hateful speech or behavior of any kind. We encourage our students to be contributors to a community that's inclusive and welcoming — and, after they graduate, we certainly hope those values remain a lifelong commitment.
  • Middle School Math Team Wins Competition

    For the third consecutive year, the Brunswick Middle School Math Team garnered the championship at the Southwest Connecticut MathCounts competition at Fairfield University.
  • Digital Well-Being: “Knowing And Living By Our Values”

    A Jan. 23 forum on digital wellness gave parents thoughtful advice about how to use tech more intentionally, avoid the risks of constant connectivity, and focus on being great digital role models.
  • Upper Schoolers Honor King’s Life & Legacy

    Upper Schoolers gathered in Baker Theater Jan. 23 to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in one of the most fitting ways imaginable  — through thoughtful community discussion, led by students.
  • Middle Schoolers Celebrate Compassion & Brotherhood

    Middle School students paused to honor and reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as the Diversity-in-Action Club (DIA) and student council led presentations and breakout groups to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy and to facilitate further discussion about inclusion at Brunswick and beyond.  
  • 'Wick Wrestlers Win Invitational Tournament

    Brunswick collected 356 team points to win the 45th Brunswick Invitational Tournament (BIT) on Saturday. The Bruins, winners of last year’s BIT, won their own tournament for the 20th time dating back to 1976.
  • Important Update from Brunswick School

    Read an important update from Brunswick School.
  • Holiday Break Begins with Happy, Tuneful ‘Twelve Days’

    Boys gathered at Burke Field House for the colorful Brunswick tradition that capped a season of performances from students in every division, from the Upper School Holiday Concert that packed the house at Baker Theater to popular performances by ’Wick’s youngest and the annual Brunswick Latin Carol Service at Christ Church, Greenwich.
  • Bruins Get ’Byte-Sized’ Exposure to Computer Science

    The Hour of Code is back at Brunswick for 2019, giving ’Wick students across all divisions an opportunity to try their hand at critical digital skills of the 21st century.
  • Mindfulness Expert Prescribes ‘Four Deep Breaths’

    Psychologist Alina Boie, Ph.D., visited the Upper School on Dec. 5 to share the science of mindfulness and demonstrate how eight seconds of breathing exercise, done consistently, has been shown to improve both grades and emotional well-being.
  • Lower Schoolers Discover 'Magic of Clay'

    Brunswick welcomed visiting artist-in-residence Cliff Mendelson to the Lower School for “A Day in Clay” — a hands-on workshop exploring Native American tradition and design — on December 2-3. 
  • Best-Selling Author Spotlights ‘Science’ of Happiness

    Tal Ben-Shahar, who taught the most popular course at Harvard University on “Positive Psychology,” presented his lecture “Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness” to Upper Schoolers on Thursday, Nov. 21 and spoke to parents later in the evening.
  • In Memoriam: Isabel Pedersen (1928-2019)

    Isabel Pedersen, widow of Brunswick School’s fifth headmaster, Norman A. Pedersen, died Friday, Nov. 15, in Sarasota, Fla.
  • Football Caps Season with NEPSAC Bowl Victory

    Brunswick overcame a 12-7 third-quarter deficit against Governor’s Academy in NEPSAC’s Todd Marble Bowl on Saturday, as the Bruins rallied for a 19-12 win over the Governors. It was the fourth time the two teams played in a NEPSAC Bowl. Brunswick now holds a 3-1 lead in the post-season match-ups.
  • Thanksgiving Food Drive Breaks Record

    Upper School students, faculty and advisors outdid themselves for this year’s Thanksgiving Food Drive, donating all the holiday fixings to complete 367 baskets — along with enough leftovers to fill a trunk.
  • Water Polo Wins Sixth-Straight NEPSAC Title

    Brunswick jumped out to a 7-0 lead against Exeter in the championship match of the 2019 NEPSAC Water Polo Tournament on Sunday, as the top-seeded Bruins cruised to a 19-5 title-winning victory inside the Mehra Natatorium.
  • Curtain Set to Rise on 'The Good Doctor'

    Brunswick and Greenwich Academy Upper School students will stage The Good Doctor, this year’s fall play, at Baker Theater on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 7-8, at 7 p.m. 
  • Climate Change: Experts Debate Nuclear Solution

    Professor Joshua Goldstein and environmental advocate Stephen Lewis visited Brunswick on Thursday, October 24, to debate and present potential solutions to the controversial issue of climate change across the world.  
  • Huge Crowds Revel at Joyful Homecoming

    Homecoming 2019 featured a weekend’s worth of fun and friendship, as throngs of Brunswick families and ’Wick alumni from across the country flocked to Edwards Campus to cheer on the Bruins, reconnect with old friends, and bask in lavish New England sunshine on a perfect, bright-blue October day. 
  • Visiting Author Inspired by ‘Time & Place’

    National best-selling author and journalist Jennifer Egan visited the Upper School on Monday, October 21, to discuss her writing inspirations; the research, drafting, and revision processes; and her novel Manhattan Beach, winner of 2018’s Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction.
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