Two parts friendship, one art class, one Quaker School, and a generous helping of curry.
William Pao ’86 tackles everything from cancer to COVID in his work at Pfizer.
Soon, the development across the street from Sidwell Friends’ Wisconsin Avenue campus will open. The School community will likely begin to swarm the new Wegmans and other shops across the street—from teachers squeezing in some quick shopping to students grabbing a snack. But did you know our students used to make that same trek across Wisconsin Avenue for… sports practice?
The Quakers finish strong with the end of the spring season.
Steven Steinbach P ’12, ’14 has been teaching U.S. history and government at Sidwell Friends for more than 15 years. Now he has merged these subject-matter and pedagogical passions in a new book, With Liberty and Justice for All? The Constitution in the Classroom, published by Oxford University Press.
Will you walk cheerfully over the world, answering goodness in everyone?
On Campus News
The latest entrants in the Sidwell Friends Alumni Network exuded radiance as they get ready to invent the stories of their lives.
Sidwell Friends’ newest classes of Middle and Upper Schoolers celebrate their latest milestone.
Layla Dawit ’22 wins an award and reflects the changing faces in STEM.
Photography students launch an Inside Out art installation at Sidwell Friends.
Alumni returned to campus—in person, no less!—for a weekend of celebration.
The Lower School’s new sunflower project supports Ukrainian refugees.
Treva Lindsey ’00 on her new book, America, Goddam.
The Black Girls Society welcomes an author who celebrates Black hair.
This year’s Commencement speaker will be Baratunde Thurston ’95. Humorist, author, television host and producer, podcaster, journalist, and more, Baratunde is both an insightful and witty commentator on matters of race, technology, democracy, and how we as citizens can be more engaged in building a better and more equitable future.
Rabbi Toba Spitzer ’80 reimagines God.