French classes had to get creative this spring to keep Waring's French Skit tradition alive. While a transition to remote learning could have put a stop to the fun, shared performances, classes chose to get innovative and created many outstanding online plays. Check them out below!
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Music has found beautiful new ways to flourish at Waring School even while we're apart. More than 100 Waring students, families, alumni, and faculty collaborated to record a moving virtual performance of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me."
We asked “Where has your Waring education taken you?” and alumni responded with selfie videos from all over the world.
They answered: Burlington, Vermont; South Bend, Indiana; Bologna, Italy; graduate school; teaching careers; music professions; and much, much more...
Watch the full video below.
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On Thursday, January 17, students crammed into Waring's Theater for the world premiere of "The Raising of the Cassandra."
The compelling 23-minute mystery was directed by Sarah Bradshaw '19, written by A. Reid Bradshaw '17, and produced by Robert J. Bradshaw, a teacher in Waring's Music Department.
In 2013, a team of hard-hitting French journalists travelled to Waring to answer the important question–what's better: dirty or clean? Now five years later, they return to ask the same question...but has anything changed?