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Jill Abramson Appointed Visiting Scholar
10/11/2014
Journalist and author Jill Abramson, who spent the last 17 years in the most senior editorial positions at The New York Times, is this year’s Visiting Scholar.
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A Common Quaker Thread: An Exhibition
10/6/2014
As we celebrate 325 years of Quaker education in America, the latest exhibition in the Rosenquist Gallery at Friends showcases common Quaker ties in education in this country since 1689 when Penn Charter School opened.
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Changing Structures Meetings | Oct. 23 & Oct. 27
10/2/2014
Members of the Friends Community: Join Principal Bo Lauder, Academic Dean Will Hopkins, members of our Building and Grounds Committee and the Architects of Kliment Halsband for Changing Structures: Renovations, A New Daily Schedule and the Synergy of Both.
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Global Ed Program Announces Peru Trip
9/19/2014
Friends Seminary, in partnership with Envoys, is offering an exciting global education experience for Upper School students during Spring Break 2015.
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229th School Year is Underway: VIDEO
9/12/2014
Emotions run high on the first day of school. It is a special day for all students, parents, faculty and staff, but the excitement of the younger students entering campus (some for the first time in their lives) is a sight to behold! 
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Friends Seminary Begins Its 229th School Year
9/9/2014
Friends opened its doors on Monday, September 9 to welcome back students, employees, and families to start our 229th school year! View a gallery of photos from the day here.
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Meet Our New Faculty & Staff
8/29/2014
We welcome 28 new faculty and staff members, some of whom have actually been with us since last year, but did not get a proper welcome. 
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Cafeteria Receives City-Wide Design Accolade
7/18/2014
Our Cafeteria is winning awards! The work of lighting designer Peiheng Tsai and Tinmouth Chang Architects was recognized at 2014 Lumen Awards held last month.
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Students Tour Award-winning Architecture Studio
6/2/2014
As part of Grade 1’s study of New York City architecture, the class visited SHoP Architects' studio for a tour and a 3D printing demonstration.
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US Students Participate in Urban Barcode Project
5/28/2014
Three Grade 11 students presented their research on ant biodiversity at a scientific poster session at the American Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, May 27.
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