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List of 14 news stories.

  • Water Polo Wins Fifth-Straight NEPSAC Title

    Brunswick defeated Loomis Chaffee by a 20-5 margin to win the 2018 NEPSAC Water Polo Championship, held at Phillips Exeter on Saturday. 
  • In Memoriam: Walter F. Burke ’40 (1922–2018)

    Walter F. Burke ’40, Brunswick alumnus, parent, former chairman of the Board of Trustees, and tremendous friend of the School, died in Greenwich on Thursday, November 1, at the age of 96. 
  • Alumni Q & A: Charlie Castine '12

    Alumnus Charlie Castine '12 has returned to his alma mater to help lead 'Wick's new experiential education program in Randolph, Vermont, as the assistant director.
  • Paralympian Highlights '4 S's of Resilience'

    Brunswick welcomed Chris Waddell — Paralympic champion and founder of the One Revolution Foundation — to Camuto Auditorium for a presentation encouraging Lower and Middle School students to challenge the limitations they put on themselves and others.   
  • Joyful Homecoming 2018 Draws Record Crowds

    Hundreds gathered on Edwards Campus for Homecoming 2018, a weekend jam-packed with festivities geared to the whole ’Wick community of loyal alumni, students, faculty, parents, and friends.   
  • Journalist Spotlights Need for Civil Discourse

    Brunswick welcomed Alexander Heffner — host of the PBS television show “The Open Mind” — to Baker Theater for a discussion with Upper School students and faculty about the meaning of civil discourse.   
  • Federal Judge Offers Three 'Profiles in Courage'

    Brunswick welcomed the Honorable Jed Rakoff to the Upper School for a lecture and Q & A session rooted in the concept of intellectual courage on Thursday, October 4. 
  • Sophomores Return from Year’s First Vermont Trek

    Brunswick’s campus in Randolph, Vt., opened last week to welcome its first group of Upper School students for eight days of off-campus wilderness-education and applied-classroom-learning in the field.
  • In Memoriam: Betty Altman (1932-2018)

    Betty Altman, 86, beloved parent, grandparent, and friend to so many in the Brunswick community, died Saturday, September 22. 
  • Students 'Commended' for National Merit

    Fifteen Brunswick students have been named Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
    • Tech Insider Encourages Curbing Time Online

      Brunswick welcomed Max Stossel — award-winning poet and filmmaker and Head of Education & Content for the Center for Humane Technology — to the Upper School on Thursday, September 20. 
    • Annual Meeting & Dinner Caps ’Wick’s ‘Great Transition’

      Brunswick School welcomed nearly 850 parents and faculty, filling Burke Fieldhouse to capacity, for its Annual Meeting & Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 13.
    • Seniors Merit National Recognition for Scholarship

      Eight Brunswick seniors were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 12, as semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program, joining 16,000 other students nationwide.
    • Appleseed Award Winners Cited for Effort, Execution

      The Appleseed Awards, given in recognition of faculty members who have shown exceptional dedication to inspiring and encouraging Brunswick boys in their academic, athletic, and extracurricular pursuits, have been presented to Mary Alice Ackley, Michael Allwood, Kristina Norrgard, and Susan Smith. 
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