Senior Kathryn Lynn is the co-founder of the Forensics Club and is a member of EA's Annenberg Science Symposium and the Medical Explorers Club.
EA's Inter-Ac and state championship team ends the season 19-1 and ranked #3 in Max Field Hockey's national rankings.
Thirteen EA student-athletes celebrated their decision to play their sport at the collegiate level with their families, friends, and coaches on Tuesday, Nov. 16 in the Dixon Athletic Center.
After a festive, fun-filled Spirit Week, students celebrated the return of EA/Haverford/AIS Weekend. "After last year's hiatus, we were thrilled for the return of this long-time tradition," said Athletic Director Todd Fairlie, Hon.
"I love the coaches and guys we have here at Episcopal," shared Aidan. "It's a lot of work and dedication, but the reward of winning and improving is worth it in the end."
Dr. Andrew Person '91 returned to EA to serve as this year's distinguished speaker during The Edward H. Vick '62 Veterans Day Chapel.
"It was a pleasant surprise to be accepted into the orchestra," said Hailey. "I genuinely thought that my audition had gone terribly. I was and still am both excited and nervous about playing in YMDO; it's quite a commitment, and the music is difficult, but I enjoy it immensely!"
Spirit Week took flight in the Lower School as students designed parachutes for this year's Lower School Design Challenge. "We were eager to have the build back on campus again," shared Lower School Technology Coach Kim Farrell '84. "We brainstormed options and the parachute idea literally and figuratively took flight."
Hunter was selected Main Athlete of the Week after winning the Inter-Ac Individual Championship and placing 2nd in the PAISAA Championship match.