George McNeillie ’70 and Allen Meredith ’70, and UCC parents Sarah Morgenstern, Verena Dong, Simone Odendaal and Ken Tanenbaum are the newest members of the Harold A.D. Roberts Circle, an award recognizing those whose exceptional volunteer contributions significantly enhance the College and the UCC Association.
As Year 10s prepared for their final design project, they were offered a choice: continue to base your project on the original challenge addressing U.N. Sustainability Goals, or take on the new COVID-19 Design Challenge.
Tina Brunelle, French Language Acquisition Subject Coordinator at the Prep, is working towards her doctorate in education at OISE, and her choice of dissertation topic was influenced by her experiences teaching in UCC’s Middle Years Programme (MYP).
Glass walls, desks with built-in whiteboards and flexible furniture configurations are some of the notable hallmarks of the revitalization of learning spaces in the historic Parkin Building at the Prep School, which re-opened to students in January.
A thought-provoking talk by British journalist Mehdi Hasan, a senior contributor to The Intercept and a presenter for Al-Jazeera, was indicative of the engaging nature of this year’s World Affairs Conference.
As part of a Principal’s Innovation Fund for exploring mindfulness programs, I was delighted to host Dave Mochel on Monday, January 27 as he delivered seven presentations in the form of talks and workshops.
For the past five years, James Graham ’07 and his theatre company, The Howland Company, have been adapting a German play about love in a time of economic anxiety, and the result of his hard work is finally on stage.