This year's student art magazine features original artwork by Amanda M. '21, Gresh C. '21, Emma F-G. '23, Noah H. '21, Judy G. '22, and Jasmine Z. '21.
Hoarding toilet paper? Storing gasoline in plastic bags? Curious to learn more about what drives these seemingly illogical choices, Alexa V. ’23 conducted an independent study on emotional decision-making, presenting her findings via Zoom. Alexa’s e-book, “Decisions, Decisions: An Exploration into the Effect of Emotions on Decision-Making” is available on Amazon Kindle.
Over Spring Break, Olivia W. ’22 received her first Division One college basketball offer from Radford University. “It’s rewarding to know my hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed,” said Olivia on achieving this milestone in her career.
Students enrolled in St. Anne’s-Belfield’s Comparative Religion Senior Seminar study world religions that are over 1,000 years old. And yet, these traditions continue to influence our contemporary world. Instructor Bob Clark, who serves as the director of Religious Life at the School, provides students the opportunity to visit modern places of worship and speak with religious leaders, proving that religion is not just the study of the past, but an exploration of the present.
On Wednesday evening, St. Anne's-Belfield honored student-athletes who will be going to play at the next level. Under an outdoor tent surrounded by maroon and white balloons and supportive family and coaches, 14 students signed National Letters of Intent. Read the article by The Daily Progress.