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.
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.
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.
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.
Nationally recognized motivational speaker Rohan Murphy, a star high school and collegiate wrestler who lost his legs at the age of 4, after being born with a rare defect, shared his story of perseverance with Lower and Middle School students on Thursday, October 17.
Brunswick students are set to perform at the Upper School Fall Concert in Baker Theater on Friday, October 18, at 7 p.m. The event is open (with free admission) to the entire Brunswick and local community.
Brunswick students and faculty gathered in Baker Theater on Thursday, Oct. 3, to honor the life and spirit of Ike Dolphan ’21, who died on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the age of 16, after a long and valiant battle with cancer.
Ken Bartolo, founder of “There & Back,” dedicated to reducing drug and alcohol abuse among students from elementary school through college — with an emphasis on student athletes — addressed Brunswick Upper Schoolers on Thursday, September 26.
Brunswick and Greenwich Academy students united in Baker Theater for a special presentation by Mike Domitrz, the founder of The Center for Respect, which conducts trainings for tens of thousands each year in middle schools, high schools, universities, and military installations around the world, on Monday, September 23.
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.
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.
’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
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.
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.
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.
Longtime Brunswick wrestling coach Tim Ostrye was honored as the National Coach of the Year at the 2019 National Prep Championships at Lehigh University, while wrestlers Chris Perry and Luca Errico both earned All-American status at this weekend's event in Bethlehem, Pa.
’Wick alumnus David Malan ’95 — Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science at the Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences — returned to his high-school alma mater to discuss the value of computer science with Upper School students on Thursday, February 7.
Brunswick welcomed Darby Fox P ’17 — child and adolescent family therapist; CBS, Fox News, and HLN contributor; author; and national educator — to the Upper School for a lecture and Q & A rooted in the feelings of anxiety affecting so many young people in the world today.
Anthony Ray Hinton — wrongfully arrested, charged, and convicted of capital murder in 1985 —suffered nearly 30 years cramped in a tiny cell on Alabama’s Death Row before being exonerated in 2015. He traveled to Connecticut to share his powerful story with Brunswick School and Greenwich Academy students at a joint Upper School assembly at GA on Thursday, January 31.
Upper School students paused to honor and reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as the Diversity-in-Action Club (DIA) led a 90-minute presentation entitled ‘Dismantling Oppression: Finding Your Voice’ on Thursday, January 24.
Brunswick welcomed the Anti-Defamation League’s ‘A World of Difference Institution’ — an organization recognizing that attitudes and beliefs affect actions, and that each of us can have an impact on others, and ultimately, on the world in which we live — to the Middle School on Wednesday, January 23.
Brunswick collected 209 team points to win the 44th Brunswick Invitational Tournament on Saturday. The Bruins bested second-place Northfield Mount Hermon, last year’s champion, by 35.5 points. Brunswick has won its own tournament 19 times dating back to 1976.