Articles written by: Kaya Reingold


Disconnecting electronically allows us to connect in reality

Advances in engineering and science have enabled technology to improve drastically in the last forty years. Appliances have revolutionized, time and time again, becoming slimmer and sleeker than ever before. The beauty of products is not the only thing to improve over the years. Speed and reliability are both redeeming […]


Amid the noise and dust, progress continues on the Student Center

The construction on Dana’s new Student Center is well on its way. Changes began during March vacation and will continue through this summer. The end result is scheduled to be finished before students return to campus for the 2015-2016 school year in September. The green fences around the dining center officially […]


Economics 101: Dana’s newest course offering

One of Dana Hall’s newest courses, Economics, will be offered during the 2015-2016 school year. The course will rotate annually with the Political Science class and will be taught by Social Studies teacher Brian Cook. Eric Goodson, Head of the Social Studies Department, states that a main motive for creating the course was […]


A taste of Spain in Wellesley

If the spirit of a dwelling lingers long after the tenant has moved out, then Bocado Tapas Wine Bar has picked the right address. Housed in the former location of Paper Source, an innovative crafting store, creativity is infused in the property, and it translates into Bocado’s dishes. Innovation abounds […]

Arts / Community

Humans of Dana Hall

Inspired by the popular Facebook page Humans of New York, club founder Allie Novakoff ’17, with supporters Kate Brady ’17 and Emma Benkert ’17, are creating a club with a similar focus, called the Humans of Dana Hall club. With more likes on Facebook than the entire population of New York […]

Seven schools. 30 days. One winner.

Seven schools. 30 days. One winner.

The November Knockdown is an annual giving competition among the EIL schools in the greater Boston area. Aimed at encouraging young alumni to give back to their alma mater, the competition runs for the month of November. The winner of the competition is the school with the greatest alumni participation of classes […]


Alumnae Class of 1949 Returns

At 84 years of age, the class of 1949 became “students” again when they recently spent the day attending classes at Dana Hall. On October 6, the class reunited with their alma mater in honor of their 65th reunion. Out of a class of 116, 13 returned to grace the […]

Academics / Community

Dana girls innovate

“We were able to make what seemed like the impossible, possible,” says Alex Naddaff’ ’16. This summer, Dr. Gwen Ortemeyer and Middle School math teacher Michelle Gerdes welcomed nine Dana Hall Upper School students to campus for The Girls Summer Entrepreneurial Program (GSEP), a ten-day course offered for the first time this […]