Hannah Murphy '19 gave this Friday morning Chapel talk on how she recently evaluated her relationship to her phone, and the choices she's made around use of social media. She gave this talk in advance of a student-organized Phone-Free Weekend.
Piper Ackermann '19 recalls her first impression of St. Andrew's: how no one was looking at their phones, and everyone was saying hello in the halls. She gave this Chapel Talk in anticipation of a student-organized Phone-Free Weekend.
In speaking on his sabbatical year working in a refugee camp and on a farm in England, physics teacher Mark Hammond explores what it means to be broken, how we all - as part of the human condition - are broken, and how that brokenness can teach us "h..
As an SAS Alum able to connect to the ways students experience St. Andrew's, Associate Director of Counseling Lindsay Roznowski '99, takes the chance to relay the advice she'd give herself if she could relive her own teenage life at St. Andrew's...
2016 Distinguished Alumni Ed Strong '66 P'07,'10 gives a Chapel Talk on the "consequential inconsequential": those apparently small things in one's life—a gift, a conversation, a choice—that turn out to be transformational.