Vote smart: A guide to Seabury Hall’s upcoming student government elections

Aria DiMartino, Staff Writer

May 13, 2015

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On Thursday, May 14, 2015, Seabury Hall's student body, from incoming freshmen through juniors, will have the opportunity to vote in student government elections. These races will determine who will represent the student body...

Recent self-defense seminar taught valuable safety skills

Jessica Brown, Assistant Editor

April 29, 2015

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On the evening of Monday, April 6, the girls of Seabury Hall’s senior class had the opportunity to learn valuable self-defense skills before they head off into the unfamiliar environment of their colleges and universities. The...

Mr. Carson Strohecker teaches with passion

Devon Fleck, Staff Writer

April 1, 2015

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Carson Strohecker, an English teacher in Seabury Hall's upper school, lives a life filled with passion when it comes to teaching, woodwork, music, and family. Strohecker has taught at Seabury Hall for the past seven years after...

Natasha Salamack: International entrepreneur at age 18

Mapu Andrade, Staff Writer

February 5, 2015

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Wake up. Espresso. This is the first step in every morning of Seabury Hall senior Natasha Salamack’s life. But when you are a part-time international business woman, devoted Japanese daughter, and on some days, an all-American...

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