In Their Own Words: Dinosaurs took over the Lower School in October; teachers Sally Dugan and Jill Driscoll explain.
Boys' Varsity Basketball will capitalize on its depth at multiple positions, as well as its team cohesion, as they head into a new season.
Pingry welcomed Ms. Westerman back to campus to share her Student Body President experience from 2008, including the implementation of the now-traditional Honor Code signing during Convocation.
With five returning varsity athletes on the roster, 12 incoming freshmen, and six players returning from the JV squad, head coach Courtney Tierney cites Big Blue's depth as an asset in seeking to improve their record over last year.
Kicking off the National Letter of Intent signing season, four Pingry seniors recently gathered in the C.B. Newton Library to mark their formal commitment to pursue their education and athletic careers at top Division I schools.
In Basking Ridge's assembly, Ryan Willsey '18 introduced a Wounded Warrior, while the Short Hills gathering included speeches, patriotic songs, and a flag that Pingry received from a current parent who serves in the military.
For 22 years, Charlie Williams, the beloved head chef of the Lower School, has been whipping up Thanksgiving meals—with all the requisite trimmings—for eager kids, faculty, and staff alike.
Chris Bender '89, Jeremy Teicher '06, and professional runner Alexi Pappas joined forces for a new film, intended to appeal to runners and non-runners alike.
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