Articles by: Mehreen Pasha '18

Economics Students Win Business Competition

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Eight Choate students traveled over 200 miles to attend the 2017 Penn Business Case Competition at Swarthmore College on Sunday, April 9. Choate brought two teams of economics students, winning first and second place. During the competition, teams planned and presented business strategies based on a case study. The winningRead More

School Store to Modernize

December 15, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Refreshing — that’s the word Mr. Daniel Cronin, the manager of the School Store, used recently to describe the ways in which Choate’s book store will change once it’s in the new St. John Hall Activities Center. Mr. Cronin and other faculty members visited New Haven not long ago toRead More

School Culture Consultants Continue Survey Analysis

November 18, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

One could hear gasps and laughter ripple throughout the audience at school meeting on Tuesday, October 18 when Ms. Rosalind Wiseman and Mr. Charlie Kuhn revealed the surprising results of a survey about hook-up culture. The survey was intended to prevent assumptions about student culture. According to Ms. Wiseman, “WeRead More

Proposed Auditorium to Seat Entire School

October 7, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Amidst the rapid construction of the St. John Hall Student Center, plans to build a new auditorium near the Paul Mellon Arts Center (PMAC) are also in the works. While the project was originally intended to be an extension of the new student center, it later became clear that theRead More

Form Deans No Longer Assigned by Gender

May 27, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Starting next academic year, deans will no longer be assigned based on gender for all freshmen and sophomores. Rather, students will be randomly assigned a dean. The changes to the dean assignment process will not apply to the rising fifth and sixth formers, who have already spent at least aRead More

New Senior Spring Schedule Draws Mixed Reactions

April 22, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

As this year’s seniors navigate the end of their Choate careers, some of them may have found themselves grappling with this question: How will the different end-of-year schedule make their senior spring different? The major difference in the new schedule is the date of the graduation ceremony. Instead of beingRead More

Out of a dozen rising seniors who ran for positions on the Judicial Committee, the four candidates with the most votes were selected.

Students Elect New JC

April 8, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Elections for the  Judicial  Committee  (JC) followed speeches  by  the  candidates on Wednesday,  March  30.    Shrenik  Agrawal ’17,  Mohammed  Memfis ’17,  Antigone  Ntagkounakis ’17, Olivia  van  den  Born ’17,  Josephine  Mah ’18,  Julian  Yau ’18,  Sophie  Mars ’19,  and  Robert  May ’19  will now serve as the school’s JCRead More

I.D. Lab Inspires Students

March 27, 2016 at 12:04 am 0 comments

Ever since the i.d. Lab opened last spring, students have used the space to do many things, including attending classes such as “Reverse Engineering: How Things Work”, designing robots, and making Halloween costumes. Moreover, under the leadership of Mr. Travis Feldman, the i.d. Lab facilitator, the i.d. Lab has expandedRead More

Dress Code Committee Begins Work

March 26, 2016 at 11:13 pm 0 comments

Following last spring’s hotly debated talk to students on the dress code, Choate has taken the much-needed steps and established another committee geared towards student life: the establishment of the Dress Code Committee. Currently the group includes faculty members Mr. Jesse Minneman, Mrs. Ellen Devine, Ms. Judi Williams, Mr. SamuelRead More