Harlem Lacrosse Returns to Hotchkiss for Its Third Year. Twenty-six student athletes and three staff members from Harlem Lacrosse participated in a summer athletic and study program at Hotchkiss from July 8-11.
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Ultimate began as a club sport in the late 90s, but it wasn’t
until 2004 that it gained varsity status. Achieving that
that recognition wasn’t easy, but today, Ultimate is one
of the most successful team sports at Hotchkiss.
Organized by the Sharon Historical Society & Museum in Sharon, Connecticut, Wild and Beautiful Creatures: The Life and Work of J.J. Audubon is a celebration of the art, science, and heritage of John James Audubon, one of America’s greatest naturalists. The Tremaine Art Gallery exhibit, Wild and Beautiful Creatures, is on view August 30 - October 13 and runs concurrently with The Life and Work of J.J. Audubon on view at the Sharon Historical Society Museum September 14 - December 13.
Kevin Daniel O'Connell '65 has dedicated his entire 45-year professional career to helping those most in need of legal defense. As the former legal director at New York County Defender Services (NYCDS), O'Connell was the 2016 winner of the American Bar Association's annual Dorsey Award for outstanding work in the government and private sector. Now retired, O'Connell remains active and sits on the organization's board of trustees.
“Look, is that a baby bat?” shouted a pint-sized camper as a yellow butterfly fluttered past her at Fairfield Farm. For some of the Bronx girls staying at Fairfield Farm last week, something as familiar as a butterfly is a novel learning experience