Pingry's science students work on authentic, novel research, which the public can experience from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Upper School.
A soccer player and genetics major at Rutgers University, Maggie received a scholarship for college students who plan to pursue research careers in mathematics, natural sciences, or engineering.
Pottery by Matt Dannenbaum '15 and a wire sculpture by Tommy Dugan '18 will be on display until June 7.
For this popular annual project, each student selected a famous woman, prepared a brief biography, and created a doll.
The event was part of his mission as a Student Ambassador of the 100,000 Strong Project to introduce more people to Chinese culture.
With a score of 302, the team won the first county title in the history of Pingry Boys' Golf.
The team should be in position to improve on last year's record and contend in the new Skyland Conference Valley Division.
Big Blue won its first four games of the season in the newly-formed Mountain Division of the Skyland Conference.
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