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Finding Joy through Gratitude

Posted by Chris Picard ’19 on May 17, 2019 12:08:39 PM

Please enjoy this Chapel Talk by our Senior Class Co-President, Chris Picard ’19, delivered on May 16, 2019, about two weeks before his graduation. 

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Topics: Student Life

My Tips for Move-In Day

Posted by Phoebe Dias ’19 on Aug 30, 2018 3:44:07 PM

Senior Dorm Proctor, Phoebe Dias ’19, shares some insight into making the most of your start, right from the start!

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Topics: Student Life

Rockin' Guac

Posted by Aidan Conroy '19 on Jul 18, 2018 4:46:44 PM

Aidan shares a bit about the rare ingredients in the makings of his summer of 2018!

I hate guacamole.

Well, I used to. Four years ago, I wouldn’t go anywhere near that green, mushy food that people seemed to be so attracted to. So how did I start a guacamole business?

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Topics: Student Life

A Test of Leadership

Posted by Sofia Vakhutinsky '19 on Mar 8, 2018 2:53:29 PM

Last year, I attended the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School, where I spent 15 days canoeing, rafting, and backpacking the beautiful Maine wilderness. Outward Bound focuses on building your moral character, self-worth, and teaching you the importance of interdependence with others, all through outdoor voyages.

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Topics: Student Life

Bienvenue a Quebec!

Posted by Matt Sandefer on Feb 9, 2018 10:15:33 AM

Over the winter long weekend, six students and two faculty chaperones took a sojourn to Quebec.  Here is an account of their adventures along with some photos to enjoy. 

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Topics: Student Life, Global Citizens

The Long Walk

Posted by Jackson Hawkins '17 on Feb 2, 2018 11:18:25 AM

The Appalachian Trail is a nearly 2,200-mile footpath that roughly follows the ridgeline of the Appalachian Mountains, beginning on Mt. Katahdin in central Maine, and ending on Springer Mountain in northern Georgia. This past summer and fall, my friend Lulu Russell ’17 and I hiked from one end of it to the other.

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Topics: Student Life, Alumni

I Am That Girl: A Student Club at Tabor

Posted by Lizzie Rousseau '18 on Jan 24, 2018 10:35:33 AM

I Am That Girl is a group on campus that works to facilitate conversations between students about things that matter. Our meetings create a place where students feel comfortable sharing personal experiences on topics that do not usually come up in everyday conversation in the classrooms, dining hall or dorms.

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Topics: Student Life

Musical Opportunity Abounds

Posted by Julia Peterson '18 on Dec 7, 2017 4:30:46 PM

There are opportunities for all students, of any experience level, to get involved in the music culture at Tabor through the wide range of musical groups, clubs, and activities offered on campus. During my freshman year, music was what gave me the opportunity to put myself out there in a new environment, and over the course of my four years, I have experienced what it truly means to be a part of a community.

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Topics: Student Life

Reflecting on the Student Diversity Leadership Conference

Posted by Tabor SDLC on Feb 21, 2017 5:01:22 PM

The following are excerpts from chapel speeches given by Tabor's 2017 participants in the Student Diversity Leadership Conference. SDLC is a multiracial, multicultural gathering of upper school student leaders (grades 9 - 12) from across the United States. SDLC focuses on self-reflecting, forming allies, and building community. Led by a diverse team of trained adult and peer facilitators, participants will develop effective cross-cultural communication skills, better understand the nature and development of effective strategies for social justice, practice expression through the arts, and learn networking principles and strategies.

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Topics: Student Life, Diversity

Weekend Life at Tabor

Posted by RJ Swift '08 on Dec 5, 2016 5:19:21 PM

Someone recently asked me what I thought might have been the best weekend activity so far this year. It is hard for me to pick just one because, of course, I want everything that we plan from weekend to weekend to be the best. But after thinking about it, two things come to mind.

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Topics: Student Life, Campus Life

Building a Dorm Community

Posted by Samii Figueroa '17 on Sep 19, 2016 3:29:58 PM

 



Proctors arrived to campus a few days early on September 1st for the proctor orientation that would take place over the course of the week. We met with Mr. Millette twice a day for our training, which consisted of various leadership training activities and lectures.

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Topics: Student Life, Global Citizens, Leadership at Tabor, Campus Life

Advice from the Co-Heads of School

Posted by Eddie Hannon '17 and Joslyn Jenkins '17 on Sep 9, 2016 2:43:35 PM

Joslyn Jenkins '17 and Eddie Hannon '17 are Tabor's Co-Heads of School for the 2016-17 school year, a position they were elected to by Tabor's entire student body. Here are excerpts from their opening Chapel Talk:

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Topics: Student Life, Leadership at Tabor