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Why you should book a solo trip in 2018

Solo travel doesn’t have to be scary or expensive. Here are eight compelling reasons you should start planning your first solo trip today. 855 more words

Travel

Student Leadership: Sewon L. '18 is featured as a "Decoder Spotlight"

Miss Porter’s School is always innovating, and we love it when our students are the ones leading the charge! Read on to learn about one senior’s experience bringing an innovative news platform to life. 698 more words

Miss Porter's School

reflection piece

Reflection Topic: Arrival

When I first arrived in Helsinki I was completely overwhelmed. I travelled with a classmate of mine, her name is Megan. We had only met several times before we boarded our plane together to fly from Pearson to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam and then from Schiphol to fly to Helsinki-Vantaa. 1,692 more words

Global Citizenship

Taboo or Taking a Stand? Why Sexual Assault Needs More Attention

By Lucy Martinson, V Form

Taboo or Taking a Stand? Why Sexual Assault Needs More Attention

Editors’ Note: In Dr. Worrell’s Social Justice course, students identified an issue that they wanted to take a stand on and then researched to write an evidence-based editorial to demonstrate that they have built knowledge and skills. 821 more words

Independent Projects

Leadership from All Directions - The Collaborative Effort of Lion Term

By Liz McCulloch, Director of Lion Term and French Faculty

Leadership from All Directions – The Collaborative Effort of Lion Term

Editors’ Note: This piece originally appeared in the… 1,089 more words

Experiential Learning

Language Immersion Trips: A Must-Have For A Student's Bucket List

By Paige LaMalva, IV Form 

Language Immersion Trips: A Must-Have For A Student’s Bucket List

I have loved the French language ever since I was in sixth grade. 827 more words

Experiential Learning