Fall 2022

Summer Stories

Each year, rising juniors and seniors at the Upper School face the age-old choice: What should I do this summer? Some need to save for college, others want to explore potential careers, some are driven by a cause. For the five students featured on the following pages, last summer offered opportunities to help children, learn new skills, pursue big dreams, and literally to soar to new heights.

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Home Away from Home

When Sidwell Friends’ John Flower found a house in rural China that would soon be demolished, he had a wild idea: Move it to the hills of Appalachia. Now, the China Folk House is connecting one mountain culture to another.

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Fresh Ink: Winter Reads

Authors explore genetics in fiction and nonfiction, the call to teach and the problem with educational systems, the personality of American power and the lack of power in the American personality, and more.

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Home Away from Home

When Sidwell Friends’ John Flower found a house in rural China that would soon be demolished, he had a wild idea: Move it to the hills of Appalachia. Now, the China Folk House is connecting one mountain culture to another.

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Into the Infinite

This year’s Rubenstein Guest Artist Kenzo Digital ’98 has altered the New York skyline with an immersive experience that will challenge your sense of the physical world.

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Sidwell Friends Alumni Magazine is published three times a year for the community. It features School news, stories, profiles, and alumni Class Notes.

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