Month: November 2017

Buy a MANNA pie, Feed a Family

By Vicky Liu ’20 If you’ve been on our campus recently, you’ve probably noticed how nearly every building’s entrance is covered with posters about the Pie in the Sky fundraiser. Pie in the Sky is an annual event here at school that started at 8:30 a.m. on November second and […]

Dwight Dunston Gets New Role

By Julia Jones ’19 Dwight Dunston: We all have seen this friendly face around campus, but outside of being welcoming, his actual position alludes most of us. Formerly, he was the Assistant Director of Admissions, but now he has taken on a new role in the Friends’ Central community. He […]

Like Mother, Like Daughter: Meet The Harnetts

By Mia Webster ’19 Emily Harnett is the newest addition to Friends’ Central’s English department, teaching ninth and twelfth grade literature. Emily (or Ms. H) is an FCS lifer. She studied locally at the University of Pennsylvania, and, after graduating, she worked on the Friends’ Central campus for about a […]

Saleana Copeland Takes Helm of Chorus

By Lisa Green ’20 Saleana Copeland is many things— a dedicated leader, an unbelievably talented singer, a kind and supportive friend and most recently, the Upper School chorus president- a role for which she was elected for this year. Recently, I sat down with Saleana to discuss the role, her […]

Classes Stop For A Community To Serve

Vicky Liu ’20 “Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.” —Howard Zinn From October 18th to October 20th, 9th-11th grade FCS friends and teachers embarked on the annual fall community service days. Students were presented with more than 50 choices of activities in which to […]

Henry Terry Competes In National Regatta

Julian Brenman ’20 Perhaps while on vacation, you’ve experienced a recreational canoe or kayak ride. Or, you’ve had the pleasure of partaking in a motor-boat trip. Well, for rower extraordinaire Henry Terry ‘20, rowing is no leisurely vacation activity. Henry rows almost daily in lieu of participating in a traditional, school-sponsored athletic […]