< 2024


  • April

    Newman Choirs Win in Gatlinburg and the LMEA Competition

    R. Hibbert
    On April 27, Newman’s Middle and Upper School competed in the Music in the Parks competition in Tennessee, winning several awards.
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  • Newman - NASA STEM Challenge

    This week Lower School students have been participating in the Newman - NASA STEM Challenge.
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  • Class of 2024 Cum Laude Inductees

    E. Bomersback
    Each year Newman honors its most academically accomplished students by inducting them into the Cum Laude Society. Earlier today, seventeen Seniors took the stage to receive this prestigious honor and to carry forward a renowned Greenie tradition.
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  • Newman’s Eclipse-a-Palooza | April 8

    E. Bomersback
    It was an exciting day on Newman's campus as students from the Lower, Middle, and Upper School Divisions gathered together on Michael Lupin Field to witness the last eclipse North America will see for twenty years.
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  • March

    Bernard Hirsch Herman Memorial Lecture: Karisma Price

    E. Bomersback
    Now in its 16th year, The Bernard Hirsch Herman Memorial Lecture honors a thirteen-year Greenie and distinguished member of the Class of 2004 who had a love of writing and profound regard for the human experience. We were thrilled to welcome this year’s Bernard Hirsch Herman Lecture Honoree, poet Karisma Price, to the Henson Auditorium.
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  • Warren G. Moses History Lecture | Clayton Paul Hilliard

    E. Bomersback
    In 1997, in honor of their father’s 80th birthday, Mr. Moses’s sons made a gift to Newman to establish an annual lecture on World War II. Each year, a speaker with significant insight into World War II addresses the Newman community. We were honored to be able to invite World War II veteran, philanthropist, corporate executive, and lifelong learner Clayton Paul Hilliard to campus for the 25th annual Warren G. Moses History Lecture. Mr. Hilliard was joined by the Director of Conferences and Symposia at the National World War II Museum, Jeremy Collins.
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