Kelsey Watson -
So with the parental spigot drying up, and the responsibilities piling up, what are the best methods for managing adult life while still sporting our Lovett uniforms?
Kaitlyn Garrett -
Ever since I was a little girl, I've fantasized about the moment where everything falls perfectly into place.
Mackensie Freeman -
These are my last months sitting in the green desk chairs that swivel; saying "good morning" to Mr. Alig on my way from the deck; and complaining about having to walk all the way to the Hendrix-Chenault for assemblies.
Evie Monroe -
"Getting into a high upper level training program is more difficult than getting into Harvard or Yale," said Jay Freer, head of Fine Arts.
Katie Krantz -
Courtesans prance across the stage. A slave begs to be freed for purchasing a girl. Men sing raucously about the joys of domestic servitude. In the end, true love and freedom triumph.
Kelsey Watson -
"Since I was a little girl it has always been my dream to do something bigger with my life, and I think that's really the goal here," she says, "that long-term, I can move people with my music and still love what I'm doing with my life 30, 40, and 50 years down the road."
Grainger Reeves -
They overcame concussions, shoulder surgery, a sprained shoulder, and a nagging leg injury.
Arnav Rajdev -
"Versus Redan, we didn't dribble away possessions as much as we did in previous games. We consistently looked for the right pass, and we were successful for a good part of the game," senior Seth Rogers said.
Molly Mitchell -
"I need to work on everything," she says. "I think I have chosen a school that will allow me to become the best player I can be."
Emma Sidman -
"I was excited to see how many athletes competed with vigor and reckless abandon... they weren't scared to put themselves out there and really push themselves."
Emma Sidman -
Track and field is a multi-faceted sport, that can accommodate athletes who like to run fast, throw things far, and leap over stuff.
Emma Sidman -
On Tuesday February 7th, four of Lovett's senior athletes, Grainger Reeves, Brady Tindall, Heitho Shipp, and John Staton, signed to continue their sports at the collegiate level.
Arnav Rajdev -
"Save Water, Save Money, and Save the World."
Evie Monroe -
"Getting into a high upper level training program is more difficult than getting into Harvard or Yale," said Jay Freer, head of Fine Arts.
Cameron Wilson -
The simple act of spending time together with people in a Bible Study creates closer relationships, according to senior Everett Smulders.
Grainger Reeves -
"We like to call ourselves the 'Knights of the Round Tables'," says junior Robert Jordan. When asked the story behind this nickname, he quickly responded, " 'cuz we slay."
Jillian Burns and Cameron Wilson -
"I'm fascinated by what's happening in America because I want to have my finger on the pulse because I think if I do, my finger on the pulse is going to inform my music."
Arnav Rajdev -
"So basically, on club sign up day, students can sign up through the Canal app, which will in turn let club leaders communicate with their members in an easier way," he said.
Katie Krantz -
As students filed in, the crisp, clear notes of a cello wafted through the air in the Hendrix Chenault. Two well-dressed men stood on the stage, one nodding along to the other's melody.
Mackensie Freeman -
These are my last months sitting in the green desk chairs that swivel; saying "good morning" to Mr. Alig on my way from the deck; and complaining about having to walk all the way to the Hendrix-Chenault for assemblies.
Paul Kim and Kelsey Watson -
"The Tim O'Brien who wrote The Things They Carried is, himself, history now," he said. "Not only was he removed from the war then, but I was somewhere in my forties when I wrote it and now I'm seventy so even that distances myself."
Arnav Rajdev -
"Save Water, Save Money, and Save the World."
Evie Monroe -
"Getting into a high upper level training program is more difficult than getting into Harvard or Yale," said Jay Freer, head of Fine Arts.
Cameron Wilson -
The simple act of spending time together with people in a Bible Study creates closer relationships, according to senior Everett Smulders.
Grainger Reeves -
"We like to call ourselves the 'Knights of the Round Tables'," says junior Robert Jordan. When asked the story behind this nickname, he quickly responded, " 'cuz we slay."
Jillian Burns and Cameron Wilson -
"I'm fascinated by what's happening in America because I want to have my finger on the pulse because I think if I do, my finger on the pulse is going to inform my music."
Arnav Rajdev -
"So basically, on club sign up day, students can sign up through the Canal app, which will in turn let club leaders communicate with their members in an easier way," he said.
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