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Posted November 10, 2015
Syrian girls living in Jordanian refugee camps and urban areas got a chance to film their own stories after training from Laura Doggett ’93.Read More
Posted November 4, 2015
“Events like this panel are crucial to strengthening the inner communities within Sidwell Friends so that we can all feel at home at the School.”Read More
Posted October 21, 2015
Quakers took to the fields, courts, turf, and shopped at the Next-to-New Sale.Read More
Posted October 7, 2015
Brent Bishop ’84 leaves a lasting impact on the great mountain, making it 25,000 pounds lighter.Read More
Posted October 2, 2015
Davis Guggenheim '82, the director of “An Inconvenient Truth” and “Waiting for Superman” released a new film entitled, “He Named Me Malala.” This documentary features the life of Malala Yousafzai, a woman who was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for her advocacy to give every girl the chance to receive an education. Davis shadowed Malala and her family for 18 months to create a film to inspire girls of the world. He stated that one of the things that struck him about is just how ordinary Malala is, and how that makes her extraordinary-ness even more extraordinary. Bloomberg Politics recorded a video with Davis, which can be watched here.Read More