The Wreckage Left Behind

There is no feeling in the world like finishing a good book. It's like a slap in the face, or getting a bucket of ice water poured on your head. It's a jolt that causes me to realize that I haven't been in my body for the past – a glance at the clock – seven hours.

Shaping More Than Clay

For the third year, Upper Campus ceramics teacher Jody Cooper is throwing open the doors to her studio after hours to offer her expert instruction to faculty and staff. The clay classes provide her adult students a chance to interact with their peers and learn something knew.

A Cut Above

OVS fourth-grader Jake Larkin recently had his hair cut and head shaved in front of the whole school to draw attention to the disease that threatened to take his life. His efforts have raised nearly $8,000 so far.

A Productive Pattern

Students and teachers on both campuses have long understood the benefits and creative outlets that come with yarn crafting, and many are putting their skills to work inside and outside of the classroom.