New MB Alumni Magazine is Out!
What’s your favorite “place” on the beautiful MB campus? That’s the theme of the most recent edition of Cupola, the Moses Brown alumni magazine, which arrived for the start of school. Peruse our digital edition and let us know what you think. The issue was designed by Providence-based Jason Arias, with additional design by MB’s...
Moses Brown-SquashBusters Project Breaks Ground
This year, Moses Brown announced a unique partnership with SquashBusters, a program that uses squash and academic support to send 95% of its (typically underserved) participants to college. This summer, that partnership is moving forward with construction already underway on a collegiate-quality squash complex that will host MB’s squash teams and SquashBusters players. Hosting SquashBusters enables MB to support educational opportunities...
“I Am Not Your Negro” Presented at Moses Brown
This January, Moses Brown School and the Providence Center for Media Culture presented a screening of I Am Not Your Negro, the critically-acclaimed film focusing on the life and works of author James Baldwin. The film was followed by an interactive discussion between the audience and a panel of historians including Elon Cook, Program Director and Curator...
MB students named Gatorade ‘Players of the Year’ in Basketball and Soccer
MB is pleased to report its first-ever Gatorade Players of the Year — and not one, but two! Junior Oluchi E. ’18 was awarded the Gatorade Player of the Year in girls’ basketball, the first basketball player at Moses Brown to have achieved this honor. Poom M. ’17 is Rhode Island’s Gatorade Boys Soccer Player of the Year, another...
5th grade explores human rights
By Ana Weiner, 5th grade teacher During the fall term, the fifth graders explored different aspects of human rights, our theme for the year. The students became familiar with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and discussed the meaning of each of the 30 articles. In December, they celebrated the culmination of the unit with a...
7th Grade Wolf Project, AwoooOOOO
By Maureen Nagle, seventh grade English Seventh grade students have been immersed in studying wolves since early November as part of a cross-team, cross-curricular science/English unit. They read Never Cry Wolf in English class about a scientist who goes into the wild to study this top predator. They also took a field trip to the Marine...
8th graders get firsthand experience with the challenges of parenthood
You are about to explore the wonders of parenthood. So begins the overview of the 8th grade Baby Project given to students at the project onset. If you’ve walked anywhere in or around middle school for the past several weeks, you might have noticed that RealCare Babies have been pretty much everywhere. Each student is...