A look back at over a century of student journalism at Sidwell Friends.
Cristina Faz (P ’20, ’24, ’28) and Robert Kang (P ’23, ’25,’27) became co-clerks of the Sidwell Friends Parents Association (PA) last spring amid the socially distant and wildly uncertain first wave of COVID-19.
Mamadou Guèye remembers Brittany Chase.
A lot has changed in a year, but not our spirit.
The Auxiliary Programs team stares down the intricacies and wonders of logistics, takes childcare and the campus to the next level —and comes out on top.
Sidwell Friends alumni journalists balance ethical reporting and critical thinking as they discuss covering the extraordinary events of 2020, while, like all Americans, living through them.
On Campus News
Together let us hold in the Light the victims of last night’s Atlanta area murders. Their families and communities have our deepest sympathies. Sidwell Friends School wholly condemns this violence and deplores the ongoing racism committed against Asian Americans.
Sidwell Friends has an obligation to confront and teach this history and unequivocally condemns the ongoing presence of anti-Asian racism. As a Quaker school, we must eliminate hate, deepen understanding, and promote unity in diversity.
Michael Heller ’80 and James Salzman (P ’13) illuminate hidden rules of ownership in Mine!
On March 10, Upper School students participated in EJC day; Cat Dawson ’04 kicked things off with a look at whose faces we see on museum walls.
In the wake of recent news reports of harassment and assaults against Asian Americans, it is worth noting that anti-Asian racism and hate crimes are not new in America. How do we lift more voices to inspire awareness and effect change?
Girls Rising in Technology supports Upper School girls interested in STEM, both in and out of the classroom.
The concept of repairing the world has motivated Lora and Jeffrey Drezner (P ’03, ’06, GP ’34) throughout their lives and careers as healthcare and educational professionals. It also drives their philanthropic endeavors.
1969 took home multiple awards from the American Scholastic Association—but the real prize is providing a free space for Black student voices.
The School’s professional development program spotlights anti-racist practices, new perspectives on old ideas, and how to make all student voices heard.
The Parents of Asian Students have broadened their horizons in the tastiest way possible—through a series of online cooking classes.