February 1-5

Writer and young alum Alex Vadukul ’07 spoke to the Grytte student newspaper staff on February 1 about the art of the interview and being a storyteller. He is a longtime contributor to the New York Times, as well as the US editor of Port Magazine and a food columnist for Opening Ceremony.

The Spanish IV and Conversation Spanish classes at Repertorio Español theater on February 2, where they watched "La Casa de Bernarda Alba," Federico García Lorca's masterpiece on gender inequality.

A packed house of parents watched a screening of the educational documentary "Most Likely To Succeed” on February 3; afterward a group of faculty led a discussion focused on education in the 21st century and how Browning prepares our boys for college and beyond.

Fourth grade boys singing Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" in Ms. Warner's music class on February 4; the song was often performed by Peter, Paul and Mary.

 

The Pre-primary boys took a snowy field trip to the Central Park Zoo on February 5 to participate in the Penguin Pals Program! The boys learned how these flightless birds survive in the wild and had a chance to meet some up close.