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Chelsea Art Gallery Inspires Students

By Vicky Gu '20 On November 14, Pingry’s advanced Upper School visual arts students took their annual field trip to the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. There, they visited many diverse art galleries, each displaying various media, such as paints, prints,...

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Pingry Attends the New Jersey GSA Forum

Pingry Attends the New Jersey GSA Forum

By  Hannah Guglin '20 On Saturday, November 17th, Pingry’s GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) travelled to Middletown High School South to attend the 2018 New Jersey GSA Forum. The GSA Forum is an annual gathering of GSAs across the state to discuss LGBTQ+ issues. The forum...

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German Club Explores a Christmas Market

By Nicole Kloss '19 German Club consists of a group of Pingry students who are eager to learn more about German culture and language. During meetings, we discuss German traditions and holidays while enjoying traditional German food. We also learn a few German words...

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Students Shine in Peter Pan Prequel

Students Shine in Peter Pan Prequel

By Brian Li '22 On November 8, 9, and 10, the Upper School Drama Department presented its annual fall play; this year’s play was Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice. Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, this comedy explores the backstory of Peter...

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Debunking the Process Behind SAC

Debunking the Process Behind SAC

By Justin Li '21 SAC has become a popular part of the Pingry community in the eyes of students and teachers alike. Students know that SAC assemblies are a perfect time to take a break and have a laugh with friends, regardless of the academic pressures during the...

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Postponed Powderpuff Still Great Success

Burke Pagano '20 On the afternoon of November 13, juniors and seniors gathered on the sideline of Parson’s Field, ready to compete in new, unfamiliar ways. The annual Powderpuff Games had finally arrived. This event, organized and run by SMAC, Student Movement Against...

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SDLC Attends the People of Color Conference

By Brynn Weisholtz '20 From November 28th to December 1st, Ethan Malzberg (VI), Nia Phillips (VI), and Noelle Mullins (V) and 19 faculty members attended the annual People of Color Conference (PoCC)/Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in Nashville,...

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A Day of Community Service

By Meghan Durkin '21 On October 26, both Upper and Middle School students participated in Pingry’s annual Rufus Gunther Day. In a day dedicated to community service, Pingry students and faculty visited numerous organizations in order to give back to the greater New...

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Community Unites at Friday Night Lights

By Noah Bergam '21 The Big Blue football team had an impressive 20-0 win against MKA at the PSPA’s annual Friday Night Lights event on October 12. Students and Faculty from both the Lower and Upper Schools came to support and cheer the team on to victory. Middle and...

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Students Take the Classroom Abroad

Students Take the Classroom Abroad

By Meghan Durkin '21 Over the summer, groups of Pingry students traveled to Peru, Belize, Croatia, Bosnia, and Germany to learn about and explore these countries’ cultures outside of the classroom. Whether by meeting locals, visiting cultural sites, or exploring the...

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Chef Won Works Won-ders in the Kitchen

Chef Won Works Won-ders in the Kitchen

By Justin Li '21 Among numerous rousing announcements during the first morning meeting of the year, students seemed to cheer the loudest at the introduction of the new head chef, Won Ho. The collective reaction indicated how members of the community were craving a...

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Physics Wing Revamped This Fall

Physics Wing Revamped This Fall

By Zach Trichas '19 With the start of the new school year, Pingry’s physics wing has been completely redone. The first floor of the wing now offers a collaborative area, with wall-mounted desks underneath the stairs. Unlike the previous stairwell, the new stairs are...

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