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.
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.
After members of the Class of 2019 processed hand-in-hand with first graders into Dann Gymnasium — a longtime First Day tradition — Headmaster Thomas W. Philip opened Brunswick’s 116th year by addressing the faculty and student body.
’Wick faculty members Brett Martell, Kate Duennebier, and Danny Dychkowski earned the “Going the Extra Mile” in Excellence in Teaching Awards for inspiring and empowering all of those they teach, coach, and advise.
Brunswick rounded out the 2017–18 school year with Closing Ceremonies on Tuesday, June 5, honoring students and faculty members for outstanding accomplishments in the classroom, on the athletic fields, and in the school community.
Upper School students traveled to Barrington, Rhode Island, this past weekend to compete in the All-Star Contest of the American Computer Science League — bringing home top-honors for their performances.
Jack Forrest’s rebound goal with 11:20 left in overtime gave Brunswick its first-ever championship in NEPSAC Tournament play, as the #5 Bruins topped #3 Thayer by a 4-3 margin in the Martin/Earl Large School Tournament on Sunday.
Brunswick welcomed Marc Brackett, Ph.D., founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Professor in the Child Study Center at Yale University, as the keynote speaker at last week’s Faculty Development Day.
Nationally recognized news anchor Gretchen Carlson, whose own highly publicized actions in filing a sexual-harassment lawsuit against her employer opened a floodgate and landed her on the cover of Time magazine, addressed the Upper School during a special assembly on Tuesday, January 30.
Ten Brunswick students, along with three members of the faculty, traveled to New Orleans, La., to spend the week working for the St. Bernard Project, a nationally recognized leader in disaster resilience and recovery founded following Hurricane Katrina in February 2006.
Fourteen Brunswick junior boys, along with two members of the faculty, have returned from the third annual Outdoor Leadership Program, taking place at historic Camp Dudley on Lake Champlain from Jan. 13–20.
In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and in an effort to take an activerole in honoring his legacy, Middle School students and faculty participated in a written meditation exercise on Thursday, January 18.
Brunswick welcomed Wade Davis — a professor of anthropology and the BC Leadership chair in cultures and ecosystems at risk at the University of British Columbia, explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, and member of the NGS Explorers Council — to the Upper School on Wednesday, January 3.