Choate students interact with students from schools in Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines.

Choate Students Travel to Osaka, Japan for Global Symposium

December 15, 2017

In the second to last week of fall term, when most Choate students were studying for tests and making up homework, Abbie Chang ’19 and Owen Orthwein ’19 went on a week-long trip to Osaka, Japan as Choate’s student representatives at the Think For The Future Global Symposium. The ThinkRead More

With her teammates looking on, Blake Migden ’19 serves during a seven-hour, three-game Saturday.

Volleyball Tops Pomfret During Triple-header

September 29, 2017

  Last Saturday, Girls’ Varsity Volleyball crushed Pomfret in a commanding 3-0 win during its busy three game weekend. Pomfret entered with a 1-2 record, with 0-2 losses against Lawrence Academy and Middlesex and its sole win coming against Marianopolis Prepatory. Choate, on the other hand, entered the game withRead More

Dustin Hoffman in the 1984 Broadway production of Death of a Saleman, the play during which he has been accused of sexual assault.

By Confronting Dustin Hoffman, John Oliver Demonstrates True Allyship

December 15, 2017

  Throughout the public sector, particularly in politics, men claim to be “advocates for women.” For some, such as those who participate in writing laws that protect reproductive rights and that works towards eliminating the gender pay? gap., this statement is legitimate and believable, However, many politicians and public figuresRead More

The Sixth Course Conundrum

December 15, 2017

aking six courses has grown in popularity at Choate. The simple process of adding a sixth course to a student’s class has given all students an opportunity to add an extra course to their typical load. This change in attitude encourages taking a sixth class and has created an impressionRead More

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There is a lack of representation and recognition for women in STEM both around the world and at Choate

Examining Gender Disparity in the STEM Fields at Choate

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In January 2005, then-President of Harvard University Larry Summers spoke at a conference about diversifying the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) workforce. Addressing the lack of women in these fields, he said, “There are issues of intrinsic aptitude, reinforced by what are, in fact, lesser factors involving socialization andRead More

Choate students interact with students from schools in Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines.

Choate Students Travel to Osaka, Japan for Global Symposium

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In the second to last week of fall term, when most Choate students were studying for tests and making up homework, Abbie Chang ’19 and Owen Orthwein ’19 went on a week-long trip to Osaka, Japan as Choate’s student representatives at the Think For The Future Global Symposium. The ThinkRead More

The Sixth Course Conundrum

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

aking six courses has grown in popularity at Choate. The simple process of adding a sixth course to a student’s class has given all students an opportunity to add an extra course to their typical load. This change in attitude encourages taking a sixth class and has created an impressionRead More

Several representatives from Choate traveled to Anaheim, California for the Student Diversity Leadership Conference.

Students attend Diversity Conference in California

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

From November 30 to December 2, a group of Choate students and faculty traveled to Anaheim, California to attend the Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) and the People of Color Conference (PoCC) to learn about the topic of diversity. The conference was focused in part on how to bring newRead More

Art is a Catalyst of Activism

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

I play Lloyd in this year’s winter production at Choate, Blue Stockings. Lloyd could not be more different from me: he is a white undergraduate studying at Trinity College, a constituent college of Cambridge University in England, and he is overwhelmingly misogynistic. The title of the play refers to theRead More

The Director of Spiritual Life, chaplains, and faculty advisers in Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant, and Roman Catholic traditions guide students in a variety of religious expressions.

Finding Connection Through Religion

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

What are your religious or spiritual beliefs? Why do you adhere to them? What’s your story? Growing up in a religiously devoted Christian family, church, home, and social life were almost inextricably intertwined. Living with a single mom, I consider my church community as part of my actual family, leaningRead More

Catching Up With the Faculty Pets

Catching Up With the Faculty Pets

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Imagine this: You’re walking up to the dining hall after sports. At the base of Hill House, you see an adorable golden retriever tied to a lamppost. You sit down next to the dog and pet it for a few minutes. When your impatient friends’ texts finally compel you toRead More

A Fresh Take on Student Directed Scenes

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

The Student Directed Scenes are back and better than ever. This year, the Gelb Theater will be greeted by both fresh and familiar faces on the Choate stage. Last year, the directors took the audience for a game on the golf course, through an adventure in a rocky maze, intoRead More

#NOMORE Campaign Featured on Campus

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Choate’s Diversity Student Association (CDSA) invited students to participate in the photo series campaign “#NoMore.” All around campus there are posters with photos of faculty and students holding up signs. The signs have handwritten messages like “No more bystanders,” “No more calling victims LIARS,” and “No more network of enablers.”Read More