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Huntington Lecture: Former North principal shares ideas on the achievement gap

Huntington Lecture: Former North principal shares ideas on the achievement gap

Samantha Fredberg March 15, 2016

by Samantha Fredberg Superintendent of North Andover public schools and former North principal Jennifer Price gave a presentation of her research, proving that low income students at North are underachieving,...

Science teacher Anndy Dannenberg talks about her travels to Australia

Huntington Lecture: Science teacher shares experiences in Australia

Jackie Gong November 17, 2015

by Jackie Gong Science teacher Anndy Dannenberg talked about her adventures with marsupials in Australia last Thursday after school in the Film Lecture Hall as a part of the Huntington Lecture Series....

Research associate Juwen Zhou speaks about his experience during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Photo by Josh Shub-Seltzer.

Huntington Lecture: Harvard research associate discusses Chinese Cultural Revolution

Jackie Gong January 17, 2015

by Jackie Gong Juwen Zhou, a research associate at the John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University, discussed his experiences as a witness to the Red Guard movement in China during...

English teacher Michael Fieleke speaks during the Huntington Lecture. Photo by David Kwartler.

English teacher discusses Zen Buddhism

The Newtonite November 17, 2014

by David Kwartler English Teacher Michael Fieleke presented the first Huntington Lecture of this school year Thursday in the Film Lecture Hall. The Huntington Lecture series is an annual series of presentations...

Huntington Lecture: History teacher presents on Kosovo

Huntington Lecture: History teacher presents on Kosovo

The Newtonite March 18, 2014

by Andrew Mannix and Jacob Sims Speyer History teacher Gregory Drake discussed the history of the Balkans Thursday after school in the Film Lecture Hall as part of the Huntington Lecture Series. Drake...

Former student discusses study of humanities in higher education

The Newtonite November 20, 2013

by David Kwartler 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...

Former teacher Anne Serafin presents a poetry anthology written by 16 African woman during the Huntington Lecture yesterday.

On Campus: Former teacher reads anthology

The Newtonite January 18, 2013

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...

Professor discusses unethical banking practices

The Newtonite November 5, 2012

by Douglas Abrams For the first part of the Huntington Lecture Series, a series of lectures that celebrate former principal Jennifer Huntington, Mark Williams, a professor at Boston University, spoke about...

Brenda Keegan examines women in Jane Austen's novel

The Newtonite March 27, 2012

by David Kwartler Thursday, the third Huntington Lecture took place from 4 to 5 p. m. The Huntington Lecture Series aims to teach both teachers and students. Deputy superintendent Brenda Keegan, who is...

Dr. Glen Rosen explains causes of dyslexia

The Newtonite January 24, 2012

by Douglas Abrams Thursday, the second Huntington Lecture of the year took place in the film lecture hall from 4 to 6. Organized by the PTSO, the Huntington Lecture Series aims to provide teachers and...

Photographer speaks about immigration's impact on Boston

The Newtonite November 5, 2011

[media-credit name="Maliha Ali" align="alignnone" width="249"][/media-credit]Peter Vanderwarker spoke in his presentation “A Tattered Map of Hope: Immigration and the Shaping of Boston” as part of...

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