Upper School Summer Reading 2019

Wherever you go this summer, remember to bring book! 

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Congratulations, Ross School Class of 2019!

 

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Successful 2018–2019 Annual Fund Campaign Shows That Ross Truly Is Stronger Together

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Artist and Faculty Member Ned Smyth Is Part of the Zeitgeist

The world of art is currently experiencing a resurgence of interest in the art movement known as Pattern and Decoration (P&D). At the forefront of..

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Ross Student Serves as Mentor

 

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Honoring the Earth: World Environment Day, June 5

Each year, our big, beautiful blue marble of a planet is twice celebrated—Earth Day on April 22 and World Environment Day on June 5. Earth Day,..

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The Nexus Lecture Series – Dr. Shefali

On Saturday, May 25, Dr. Shefali gave a riveting presentation on her approach to parenting in the third installment of The Nexus Lecture Series...

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Pens or Pencils: The Ultimate Showdown

Hello! This is Pearl here, back again bringing you more utter nonsense. In this installment, I will be discussing one of the most divisive topics..

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The Longest, Hardest, and Most Influential Books I Have Read at Ross

Of all the books I have read throughout my 15 years at Ross, Mansfield Park, Heart of Darkness, and Machiavelli’s The Prince are the three novels..

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Library of Congress: Free to Use and Reuse Sets

The Library of Congress is well known and loved for its vast online collections. Readers who find the library's digital enormity overwhelming, as..

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