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October Artist of the Month Recognized
The Arts Department names Torre Davy Artist of the Month for his work in the play Out of Order.
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Students Tidy Up Rooms for House Clean 2014
On Wednesday evening, boarding students in each house organized and cleaned their rooms, and added some creative flare. This annual competition brings Head of School Andrew Menke P'12, '16, Dean of Students Chris Little P'14, '17, and Harry the Husky to each house to inspect rooms, taste treats made by students and faculty, and take in the spirited themes. In Friday's All-School Meeting, Little announced the winners of the 2014 House Clean. Congratulations to Rice House, Phillips House and Lindsay House!
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Service Learning Day a Success!
The event donated approximately $30,000 worth of manpower to jobs that would have otherwise gone undone.

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Dick Beardsley Gives Community Meeting Talk
Winner of the London Marathon in 1981, Dick Beardsley is perhaps more famous for losing the 1982 Boston Marathon to Alberto Salazar. In the Duel in the Sun, Beardsley and Salazar battled heat and each other to finish the closest Boston Marathon on record. Beardsley lost by less than two seconds after cramping in the final mile.
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Arsenault & Lamberton Celebrate Skip Howard Award with Lunch with Mr. Howard
Skip Howard Male & Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year:
Each year the New Hampton School coaching staff recognizes a male and a female athlete who have shown outstanding individual athletic ability and outstanding commitment in the classroom. The Charles W. “Skip” Howard Scholar Athlete Award is awarded to a male and female student-athlete in the 9th, 10th or 11th grade who demonstrates outstanding scholarly aptitude in conjunction with high athletic achievement that best represents the tradition imbued by long time faculty member and coach, Skip Howard.

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Former Fairfield coach is headed back to his hometown to coach in the Big East.

Former Husky and Purdue standout leaves Missouri State for a head coaching job in the SEC

Sam Brenner '12 is getting a lot of attention for her ability on the basketball court.

Molly Devine '11 is a standout basketball player for the Huskies, but also a fearless lifeguard in the summer months.

John Pietkiewicz '07 is finishing up his basketball career at Flagler College in Florida and is having a lot of success

Why wait until you get out of college to start a business that is in demand? Read about what Tom Crocker ’07 did at Middlebury College.

Matt Dodge '07 never played football at New Hampton School, but the Meredith, New Hampshire, native who went to St. Lawrence with alpine skiing as his primary athletic pursuit has found a home on th Saints football team. St. Lawrence earned a berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs on Friday with a 27-7 win over WPI on Saturday. The Saints will face national power Mt. Union in the first round and Dodge will try to boot the Saints to an upset. The leading scorer on the team with 35 points, Dodge has made 6 of 7 field goal attempts, including a 35-yarder and a 23-yard kick against WPI.
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"Coming to America" Long Ding SI for Kids Feature
Long Ding '08 is a native of China who starred on the 2007 NHS Varsity Football Team.  Long is profiled in the Teen section of the February 2008 edition of Sports Illustrated for Kids.