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Dana Hall Art Gallery: A Girl and Her Room

The Dana Hall Art Gallery opened a new exhibit on the 15th of January that featured pictures from Rania Matarís work from her book, A Girl and Her Room, published in May 2012. The art contains revealing pictures of teenage girls in the most personal space they have: their bedrooms. […]

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Running for a Cure to Breast Cancer

Looking out at homecoming, an outsider would think that Dana Hall’s school colors were pink, blue and white. The Dana Hall community, teachers, students, and even parents, covered in pink ribbons and face paint, came out to support raising money and awareness for breast cancer research during the big day […]

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The Bittersweet Experience of International Students

Studying abroad is expensive—not only economically but also spiritually. There are nearly 723,277 international students in the United States, and China represents the largest population with 13,000 students. About 19% of the students at Dana Hall School are international citizens. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, international students contribute […]

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Green Team Tackles Technology

“Ding!” Students and teachers in the Upper School of Dana Hall all received an email from the School’s Green Team, in late October. The new recycling effort targets technology products such as, batteries, headphones, broken iPhones, and chargers. The Dana Hall community believes that each small action adds up to […]