Articles written by: Anna Kurtin


Dana Hall reimagines Senior Spring

As the 2020-2021 academic school year approaches an end, the Class of 2021 prepares to graduate and celebrate their time at Dana Hall. Although this year was not what many students expected, the administration and senior class deans spent lots of time doing what they could, in accordance with Covid […]


Gamers find company at Dana Hall

Dana Hall has a new club dedicated to video games. Meeting every Wednesday, club members play different video games with each other, collaborate, and teach each other new skills and techniques to win. Madeline Blessing ’24 started the club this year because of her own passion for gaming and her […]


Spring sports return to campus

Spring sports have made their return to the Dana Hall fields after last year’s season was cancelled due to the outbreak of Covid-19. All teams are having both home and away games against other schools within the Eastern Independent League (EIL). Although teams are back in full swing, COVID precautionary […]


‘Bridgerton’ offers luxury, gossip, scandal, and race-blind casting

Based on Julia Quinn’s eight-novel series, Bridgerton is a period drama set  in early 19th-century London about the eight children of the late Viscount Bridgerton. Netflix’s first season of the show is based around Daphne, the eldest daughter, and her journey through “courting season,” the season in which debutantes attend […]

The Nation and the World

The International Space Station turns 20

On November 2, 2000, the first crew arrived on the International Space Station, and it has been occupied ever since. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first crew’s arrival and celebrates the breakthroughs made possible by the spacecraft.  The International Space Station is a large spacecraft orbiting around […]


The “new normal”: How Dana Hall is handling a divided student body

As a community built on sisterhood and connection, Dana Hall has been faced with the challenge of a divided campus due to COVID-19. Since about one third of the Upper School’s student body is fully remote until at least January while the other two thirds are hybrid, keeping the students […]


How the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the college admissions process

As junior and senior year rolls around for many of Dana Hall’s students, the milestone of beginning the college process begins… and even an international pandemic can’t stop it. The summer going into senior year is a vital time in a student’s life to visit college campuses, take the SAT […]