|Landmarks Commission Approves Project Plans|
Friends’ Campus Redevelopment Project plan was approved unanimously by the City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday, May 19. The Project now has the backing of Community Board 6 and the City’s Landmarks Commission.
|Community Members Attend Dalton Conference|
A group of Friends students, parents, alumni, administrators, and faculty members attended the fifth annual Dalton Conference: From Diversity to Community on May 2, 2015.
|Friends Partners with 27 Non-Profits|
Lower, Middle, and Upper School students spread out across the city on April 28 for the school's annual Day of Service, partnering with non-profits that deal with everything from composting to clean water initiatives to homeless outreach.
|WATCH: Women in Journalism Panel Discussion |
At a panel discussion in the Meetinghouse on April 29, four prominent women in journalism agreed that the field was more hospitable to women than ever before — but that for many women, management positions remain difficult to obtain.
|Friends Responds to Earthquake in Nepal|
After Nepal suffered its worst earthquake in 80 years, Friends Seminary students were eager to lend a hand — particularly those who had visited the country for their Spring Break service learning trip.
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