Beyond Meat’s Ethan Brown ’89 talks to Sidwell Friends about Charlotte’s Web, food as an energy issue, organizing ingredients outside of animals, and his abiding passion for McDonald’s.
What it means to be stewards of the Sidwell Friends School.
In this issue’s batch of recently published alumni-penned books, radical women, matriarchal women, and mysteriously ill women share a page with the mafiosos of Trumpland, the evils of the Ozarks, and the souls of Civil War soldiers. Below are excerpts from each.
Sidwell Friends: Building green for over a century.
Tamika Dudley is the head coach of the girls’ basketball team at Sidwell Friends as well as a current parent.
On Campus News
A special Meeting for Worship honored Kieran's life and memory.
Technology brings foreign language classes into students' homes—with some surprising benefits.
While the Newmyer Awards Dinner has been postponed, the School and the Newmyers could not wait to welcome the newest members.
Students, faculty, and staff gathered together virtually to share a variety of activities and experience to celebrate Founder's Day.
On Founder's Day, virtual Let Your Life Speak sessions connected alumni and students.
Lower School music teacher Matthew Stensrud creates ways to ensure his students can keep making music.
How some students turned the unexpected cancellation of competitions into an opportunity to use 3D printers to make masks for healthcare workers.
The coaches who knew the Villanova player remember him as an athlete that embodied the School's Quaker values.
How a special fabric lead to one student sewing masks for others.
How a classroom project taught physics, building skills, and Quaker decision-making.