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November 3, 2016 - Whipple Weekly
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Arsenic and Old Lace Opens Tonight!
SSM's fall production, Arsenic and Old Lace, begins its three-day run TONIGHT at 7:30 p.m. in the historic Newhall Auditorium. Admission is free for all SSM students, faculty, and staff. The show will also run Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. as well. 
SSM's Newest Gold Medalist 

Congratulations to Catherine Miller '18 on passing her Senior MIF (Gold Medal). Catherine will now join the honorary display of photos in the Sabre Café, recognizing current and past SSM Figure Skaters who have achieved the highest recognition within the figure skating test structure (USFS Gold Medal) at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. 
Overall, 27 of yesterday's 33 tests were successfully completed by the SSM figure skaters. To see the full list of results along with more information testing sessions, click the link below. Congratulations to all our skaters!

Results & Testing Information
Sabres Bring Home Three Trophies from St. Louis Tournament

This past weekend the SSM Golf COE took 14 individuals to the St. Louis Fall Challenge in St. Louis, Missouri. Crystal Cariveau '19 took first place after shooting a score of 86-84, while teammate Claudia Kim '19 came in third place with a score of 87-85. Landon Buckanaga '21 took second place in his division, shooting 81-76 in his rounds. Sean Hickey '22 and Long Do '18 also achieved their best low scores at the tournament. Congrats to all our golfers!

SSM Recognizes "Dia de los Muertos" During Chapel Service

During Tuesday’s chapel service, Shattuck-St. Mary’s celebrated the traditional Mexican holiday “Dia de los Muertos” or Day of the Dead. The holiday honors the dead with lively festivals, usually culminating with the decorating of memorials to loved ones. During the service, students, faculty, and staff members joined together in song and prayer, honored lost loved ones, and shared pan de muerto, a traditional Mexican sweet bread.

Student Reflections
Celebrating 150 Years of
Saint Mary's Hall

Shattuck-St. Mary’s welcomed alumnae back to campus on Saturday, October 29 in celebration of 150 years of Saint Mary’s Hall.

Festivities began with a noon service in Bishop Whipple Memorial Chapel and featured the singing of traditional hymns, musical performances from several Shattuck-St. Mary’s students, and remarks and prayer from Fr. Colin Maltbie. The program then shifted to the dining hall for lunch and opening remarks from Linda Stone Dasher ’56, followed by a celebratory program.

Director of Institutional Advancement, Lonnie Schroeder, moderated two panel discussions examining the life of women at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in 2016. The first examined the life of a woman at SSM as a faculty member or administrator, and featured a panel of school leaders that shared some of the ways in which the School has changed while retaining its core values. 

A second discussion featuring current SSM students followed, as alumnae learned how present juniors and seniors structure their school days with the emergence of ScholarShift, outlined the importance of carrying on school traditions and establishing new ones, and shared their plans for college and beyond.

The group was then treated to a harp performance from Abigail Hansen ’17 before receiving their copies of 150 Years of Saint Mary’s Hall commemorative books filled with photos, history, and school memories. The event concluded with coffee, dessert, and campus tours.

SMH 150th Photos
ScholarShift Stories: Race to the Finish Line

Participating Shattuck-St. Mary’s School students had the opportunity to explore and discuss the issue of race through a two-session module entitled Race: Are We Really So Different? The module was designed to encourage students to examine the biology, history, and modern existence of race and racism in America.

Led by History Instructors Joan Lewis-Osborne and Andrea Moyer, SSM students traveled to the Science Museum of Minnesota on Wednesday, October 26 to attend the Science Live Theatre performance of Race to the Finish Line, a two-person show that addresses the issues of race in America in a real-life, thought-provoking context. The short play focuses on two colleagues who find their friendship begin to fracture as they discuss the issue of race. 

Students followed that experience on Monday, October 31 by taking part in a Penumbra Theatre workshop on race held at The Inn at Shattuck-St. Mary’s. They participated in a series of provocative exercises, discussions, and journaling sessions that dealt with their own personal experiences with race and racism in the United States. 

Penumbra approaches issues of race and racism with the fundamental belief that we see difference. Their workshops combine expert facilitation, a powerful exploration of race in America, monologues from artists, and opportunities for participants to use theatre as a way to problem-solve and model. The process celebrates difference, recognizes cultural nuance, and invites everyone to participate in the dialogue.

Bats, Bones, and Bonfires
Several SSM students lent a helping holiday hand as volunteers at “Bats, Bones, and Bonfires” on Saturday, October 29 at the River Bend Nature Center. The Halloween-themed, all-ages event featured festive costumes, wagon rides, games, live music, food, crafts, a mystery animal trail, and free s’mores to roast on the bonfire in the amphitheater. 
Five Students Showcase Work at SSM Art Invitational
Congratulations to Mimi Chang ’19, Anh Ho ’19, Flame Ruethaimetapat ’17, Karen Son ’18, and Griffin Xu ’17, who had their artwork displayed during the 12th-annual SSM Art Invitational. SSM hosted an opening event on Thursday, October 27 that featured more than 40 pieces of original student work from Shattuck-St. Mary’s and several other area schools. The artwork will be on display in the Morgan Art Gallery (just outside of the Morgan Refectory) through the end of the fall term.
Middle School Holds Fall Fun Night

The Middle School students took part in the annual Fall Fun Night last Thursday night in the Upper School Gymnasium. Students enjoyed a variety of games and activities along with raffle prizes, pizza, and cookies.

Photos!
Sabre Scores
Follow the link to see this week's results from SSM athletics. 
Sabre Scores
Shot of the Week
Trick or treat! In between their stops for candy around campus on Monday night, some of the faculty children stopped to show off their costumes. 
SSM Family Stories
Check out the third of our series of profiles on SSM Families. Read more.
Kim Hall is Live!
You can watch a live webcam of the Kim Hall project. Things are progressing quickly!
SabreSpeak
Click here to read a variety of student-written content, including excerpts from Senior Speeches, on SSM's SabreSpeak blog.

News You Can Use

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Weekend Activities
Friday 7:30 p.m: Arsenic & Old Lace (Newhall Auditorium)
Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m: Mall of America ($10 bus fee)
Saturday 7:30 p.m: Arsenic & Old Lace (Newhall Auditorium)
Saturday 8-10 p.m: Puzzles & Pizza (US Student Lounge)
Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m: Mall of America ($10 bus fee)


Upcoming Events
11/4 - Registration Deadline for Dec. 10 ACT Test
11/5, 8 a.m. - SAT Exam
11/7, 4 p.m. - Auditions for Winter Theater Production
11/10, 8 p.m.-10:30 p.m. - School Dance (Grades 9-12 & PG)
11/11 - Pilgrims' Breakfast, Veterans' Day Tribute, and Building Bridges
11/11, 7:30 p.m. - Frankie Lee (Acoustic Roots series)
11/12 - Quiz Bowl
11/15-11/17 - Fall Final Exams
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