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List of 14 news stories.

  • Annual Dinner: Philip Stresses ‘Important’ Over ‘Urgent’

    Brunswick School welcomed nearly 900 parents and faculty, filling Burke Fieldhouse to capacity, for its Annual Meeting & Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 12.
  • Senior Quartet Merits National Recognition

    Four Brunswick seniors were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 11, as semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program, joining 16,000 other students nationwide.
  • ’Wick’s First Day Launches ‘Year for Others’

    After members of the Class of 2020 processed hand-in-hand with first graders into Dann Gymnasium — a longtime First Day tradition — Headmaster Thomas W. Philip opened Brunswick’s 117th year by addressing the faculty and student body.
  • Child-Health Expert Promotes ‘Brain-Building’

    Brunswick welcomed Dr. Jim Hudziak, the Creator and Director of the UVM Wellness Environment (WE), as the guest speaker at opening faculty meetings on Wednesday, August 28. 
  • In Memoriam: Marilyn Ebbitt (1945-2019)

    Marilyn Ebbitt, 74, long-standing, former faculty member and Brunswick parent and friend, died peacefully at home on Saturday, August 3, after a long battle with cancer.
  • Awards Ceremony Concludes 'Remarkable Year'

    Brunswick put the finishing touches on the 2018–19 school year with Closing Ceremonies on Tuesday, June 4, honoring students and faculty members for outstanding accomplishments in the classroom, on the athletic fields, and in the school community.
  • Computer Science Students Excel at All-Star Competition

    ’Wick coders traveled to Wayne, N.J., to compete in American Computer Science League’s (ACSL) All-Star contest — a global coding contest sponsored by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) — on Saturday, May 25
  • Class of 2019: ‘Trustees’ of Cherished Traditions

    Shimmering sunshine lit up Edwards Campus for a day of both merriment and tears as Brunswick graduated 100 members of the Class of 2019 at its 117th Commencement, on Wednesday, May 22.
  • Distinguished Seniors Earn Special Recognition

    On Monday, May 20 — at a ceremony held in Dann Gymnasium in front of faculty, family, and friends — a host of Brunswick seniors were honored with distinguished awards.  
  • Historian Spotlights U.S. ‘Moonshot’ Odyssey

    With the 50th anniversary of the milestone event less than three months away, U.S. presidential historian and bestselling author Douglas Brinkley visited the Upper School for a discussion of his newest book — American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race — on Thursday, April 25. 
  • Upper School Senior Honored for Diversity Leadership

    For his work promoting diversity and inclusion in the greater Greenwich community, Brunswick senior Charlie Ciporin has been announced as the winner of the YWCA Racial Justice Scholarship Award.
  • Lehrman Lecturer Acclaims Revolution's ‘Poet Laureate’

    Brunswick welcomed Jim Basker — the Richard Gilder Professor of Literary History at Barnard College, Columbia University — to Baker Theater on Tuesday, April 9.
  • Activist Returns to Promote Respect & Consent

    Brunswick welcomed the return of Alexis Jones — an internationally recognized speaker, media personality, activist, and author — to the Upper School to renew a conversation about her life’s mission to serve others and to empower young men and women to fight for something bigger than themselves.   
  • Student Union Tackles ‘Wall’ Debate

    Brunswick held its second meeting of the Student Union at the Upper School on Thursday, March 28, as students promoted free speech and civil discourse on campus, while debating the issue of illegal immigration and President Trump’s proposed wall on the United States and Mexican border. 
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