Monthly Archives: December 2011

Pujols Among Free Agent Bidding War

For all you baseball fans who were upset with last year’s depressing offseason, fear not: the next few months will not disappoint. While this year there is no Cy Young caliber pitcher like Cliff Lee dominating the market, there are quite a few free agent sluggers. Albert Pujols, Prince Fielder, David Ortiz, and Jose Reyes […]

Athletic Profile: Teri Tillman Leads GVB

What do you think is the strongest aspect of your team?  Our determination influences us to strive for victory. As I look around during our huddle in the locker room, I see the determination and drive in the eyes of all the girls. We know that when the referee starts the game, none of us […]

Crosby Returns to New Rules

After 320 days on the sidelines following a serious injury, hockey superstar Sidney Crosby finally laced up his skates for the November 21 game between his team, the Pittsburgh Penguins, and the New York Islanders. Crosby’s return coincides with several new rules centered on preventing head injuries. While entirely unintentional, his injury and resulting ten-month […]

[Or]chive Competes in Intel Contest

Orchive, an up-and-coming online news service cofounded by Lawrenceville’s Francis J. Hinson ‘12, has entered and thus far maintained first place in the Intel Innovators Competition. The online contest, hosted jointly by the Intel Corporation and Facebook, aims to advertise the newest technological ideas submitted by applicants and will award up to $100,000 to the […]

Sarah Bryant Signs with Providence College

mitted to Providence College, signing a National Letter of Intent for ice hockey.  The V Former is a tri-sport athlete, competing on the Varsity Ice Hockey, Soccer, and Lacrosse teams for Lawrenceville, and will continue to play ice hockey at Providence. The Bethlehem, PA native will be majoring in biology and hopes to later attend […]

Jazz Ensemble Performs First Concert

Students, parents, and faculty gathered in Behr Hall in the Clark Music Center last Sunday evening for the jazz concert, featuring the Jazz Ensemble, Charlie Parker Combo, Herbie Hancock Combo, and Ella Fitzgerald Combo. Under the direction of new Director of Jazz John Petrucelli, the Jazz Ensemble played “Don’t Know Why,” composed by Jesse Harris, […]

Faculty Profile: College Counselor Antoine Hart

Associate Director of College Counseling Antoine A. Hart joined the Lawrenceville faculty for the 2011-2012 school year after serving two and half years as an Admissions Director at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. In serving as a College Counselor,  Hart is responsible for the college applications of approximately 50 seniors every year. As […]

Author Amy Julia Becker Speaks at Lawrenceville

Students gathered in the Bunn Library thursday evening to hear author Amy Julia Becker discuss her newest book. Titled A Good and Perfect Gift: Faith, Expectations, and a Little Girl Named Penny, Becker’s book describes the early years of her daughter Penny’s life, who was diagnosed with Down syndrome as a baby. Reading excerpts from […]

Tina’s Perspective: Behind the Bangs

I do not think I am the only one wondering what lurks behind the bangs. What strange monsters could be prowling behind that 5’ 3’’ façade? There’s nothing really remarkable about Features Columnist Jenny Tang ’12 – at first sight, at least – aside from a thick layer of bangs that seems to obscure a […]

The True Call of Duty

COD, FIFA, Halo. These acronyms and names mean nothing to most people, but to teenage boys, they mean everything. They are some of the most popular video games in the country, and their pervasive fame has not failed to penetrate the hallowed gates of Lawrenceville. Despite this, some people do not comprehend the magnitude of […]