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List of 14 news stories.

  • Middle School Math Team Garners Top Honors

    The Brunswick Middle School math team took top honors at the Southwest Connecticut MathCounts competition at Fairfield University on Saturday, February 9. 


  • Harvard ‘Rock Star’ Professor Returns to Alma Mater

    ’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.
  • Managing Anxiety: Students Get Expert Advice

    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. 
  • Inner ‘Joy’ Sustained His Fight Against Injustice

    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 Schoolers Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    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. 
  • ADL Visit Prompts Students To Be ‘Agents of Change’

    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. 
  • Wrestlers Win 44th Annual Invitational Tournament

    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.
  • Upper School Exam Schedule: Jan. 15 - Jan. 18

    Upper School exams will be administered on both the Brunswick and Greenwich Academy campuses from Tuesday, January 15, through Friday, January 18.
  •  Joyful "Twelve Days"  Heralds Holiday Break

    The entire Brunswick community gathered as one — and students united in the traditional (and quite lively and spirited) singing of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” — at the festive and colorful all-school assembly on Thursday, December 20. 
  • Prize-Winning Author: Success in ‘Science of Habit’

    Brunswick Parent Programs welcomed Charles Duhigg — Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author of Smarter Faster Better and The Power of Habit— to Baker Theater for a presentation on Tuesday, December 11. 
  • Worldwide ‘Hour of Code’ Returns to ’Wick

    The Hour of Code, one of the largest single-day education events in the world, will give students and teachers at Brunswick the opportunity to join millions around the globe in completing an hour of coding activities.
  • Students, Faculty Unite in Giving Thanks

    ’Wick students of all divisions have been generously busy with a host of Thanksgiving community-service initiatives on and away from campus — taking time aside from their everyday individual and collective pursuits to think about others in need during this special time of year.
  • 'Wick Community Pauses to Honor Veterans

    The Brunswick community paused on Veterans Day to honor and celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans.
  • 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. 
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