Articles by: Vincenzo DiNatale '19

Lyman Hall High School, located ten minutes from Choate, offers an array of academic opportunities.

From Choate Rosemary Hall to Lyman Hall

September 22, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Although Choate students may spend up to four years in Wallingford, many are unfamiliar with the town that they call a second home. Aside from the usual Choate haunts such as Half Moon and Mr. D’s, the town is full of resources for its approximately 46,000 residents, one of themRead More

Bananas, White Boards, and Life Hacks: Instagrams of Choate

Bananas, White Boards, and Life Hacks: Instagrams of Choate

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

‘This school year, many Instagram accounts centered on entertaining the student body have surfaced. Most of these accounts post Choate-specific jokes and memes, while others post amusing pictures of students and interesting sights around campus. However, each Instagram account has been created anonymously by a member of the community, asRead More

Students crowd around Mr. Stowe as he demonstrates a concept.

After 35 Years of Dedication, Mr. Stowe Retires

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In his 35th year at Choate, Mr. Lawrence Stowe, a physics teacher and archery coach, is retiring. He has contributed immensely to the Choate community and influenced the lives of those around him, Mr. Stowe will be missed by everybody he has crossed paths with here. Mr. Stowe received hisRead More

Civil Rights Lawyer Wins 2017 Alumni Award

Civil Rights Lawyer Wins 2017 Alumni Award

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

For her dedication to combating discrimination and promoting civil rights, Ms. Kristen Melissa Clarke ’93 was presented with the 2017 Choate Rosemary Hall Alumni Award last Wednesday, May 3. From Brooklyn, New York, Ms. Clarke is the President and Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law,Read More

Choate students and faculty stand in front of Fudan High School.

“Americanized” Doesn’t Mean American

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Over spring break, I traveled with five other Choate students to Shanghai, China for the annual High School Affiliated to Fudan University Exchange Program. In the city, I immersed myself in the Chinese culture by spending multiple days at the high school affiliated to Choate. Spending time at a schoolRead More

Bill Mckibben Visits Choate

Bill Mckibben Visits Choate

April 21, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

At a time when environmental dilemmas continue to have devastating effects on climates around the globe, Bill McKibben, an environmental activist and bestselling author, addressed the Choate community. Mr. McKibben began his presentation by describing the current environmental circumstances, such as the devastating impacts of global warming. He mentioned thatRead More

Choate Represented in Disarmament Forum

April 14, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

While most Choate students spent their Wednesday afternoons catching up on homework or at athletic competitions,  Arin Kaye ’17 and Noah Hermes de Boor ’18 traveled to Nagasaki, Japan, for the Critical Issues Forum on Nuclear Disarmament. The two students, along with HPRSS teacher Mr. James Davidson, were in JapanRead More

The Inconvenience of Spring Visits

April 14, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Once Choate applicants receive their acceptance letters, they are enthusiastically invited to revisit campus, so they may better make a final decision on whether or not they will come to our school. During each annual round of Spring Visit days, the Choate community puts a tremendous effort into welcoming acceptedRead More

During her visit, Rev. White-Hammond facilitated conversations on activism.

Ecological Justice Minister Encourages Understanding

March 31, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

At a time when Choate, the United States, and the world at large face a lot of division, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond came to Choate to discuss the importance of understanding and finding commonalities with others. During school meeting on Wednesday, March 24, Choate students and faculty listened to social activistRead More