Thursday night at 7pm in the Film Lecture Hall, the first Huntington Lecture of this school year was held. The Huntington Lecture series was named to celebrate former principal Jennifer Huntington. Noah Van Niel ‘04 spoke in a presentation entitled, “The Humanities: R.I.P.?”
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Panel discusses Asian American experiences
Cafe owner reminisces Korean American childhood
Asian American teachers answer questions about their childhood
Author lectures about Asian American struggles
by Doug Abrams and Peter Diamond
Five finalists for the Martin Luther King, Jr. sophomore speech contests presented their speeches B-block Friday in the little theatre.
by Nicky Kaufman
For the second part of the Huntington Lecture series, a series that celebrates former principal Jennifer Huntington, former teacher Anne Serafin, read from and discussed “African Women Writing Resistance: Contemporary Voices,” an anthology she co-edited. Her presentation was yesterday at 4 in the film lecture hall.