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Intentionally bad singing, deliberately mediocre dancing and clich├ęd dialogue were skillfully performed by the cast of Red, White and Blaine on December 8 in the Fonseca Center's Experimental Theater.
Professional actors from the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival visited Masters recently to work with seniors in Upper School English classes.
The boys' varsity basketball team cruised to a convincing 76-49 win over host Brunswick in a Fairchester Athletic Association showdown on Tuesday, December 12.
As part of their yearlong study of immigration, the seventh grade visited the Tenement Museum on Manhattan's Lower East Side on December 7.
In what has become an annual tradition, Dobbs 16 and Tower Singers performed at the MetLife Building in New York City on Wednesday, December 6.
Eighth graders worked together catapulting paint-dipped cotton balls onto canvases to create Jackson Pollock-esque paintings on December 1.
The girls' varsity basketball team opened up the season in impressive fashion this past weekend, capturing the Tappan Zee Tip-Off tournament title.
Upper School English teacher Caroline Dumaine has published a collection of essays, titled Don't Mind Me, I Just Died.
Irshad Manji, a well-known Canadian author, educator and reformist Muslim, will visit Masters from January 3-5, 2018.
Upper School students engaged in a lively debate about gun control during the first event sponsored by Next Generation Politics, a new club at Masters.
Several students were recognized for athletic achievements during the Middle School Fall Athletic Awards ceremony, held recently in Doc Wilson Hall.
Phoenix, the Upper School's honorary drama society, will stage a musical adapted from the mockumentary "Waiting for Guffman" at 7:00 PM on December 8 at the Fonseca Center's Experimental Theater.
The Middle School's Fall Talent Show on November 17 showcased the creative skills of over two dozen students before a crowd of parents, grandparents and other community members.
Dr. Derrick Gay, an internationally recognized consultant on issues of diversity, inclusion and global citizenship, facilitated a thought-provoking program during the faculty and staff professional development day on November 27.
Music Teacher Curt Ebersole delivered an engaging talk about managing and learning from failure at TEDxOeonta earlier this fall. A video of his presentation is now available.
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