The Middle School Winter Arts Festival took place on December 14, while the Upper School’s Festival took place on February 1 – and both showcased D-E students’ visual arts and performing arts talents.
On February 10, three D-E alumni in the medical, health and nutrition professions were featured in this evening Road to Well-Being Speaker Series event centered on the topic of how to feel good both inside and out – tackling, in particular, just how stress and anxiety affect one’s skin, body, mind, and overall well-being.
Upper School student clubs CODES (Community Outreach for Dwight-Englewood School) and HOPE (Helping Out People Everywhere) co-led an Edgewater Disaster Relief Donations Drive that was organized to assist family victims of the fire at the Avalon apartment complex in Edgewater on January 21.
Upper School students began a series of broader conversations around race during the annual commemoration assembly of Black History Month.
India June ‘15 was nominated and received the committee’s Youth Certificate of Merit at the 86th Birthday Celebration in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 19.
D-E Visual Arts Department presents the 2014-2015 Swartley Gallery Series “Becoming Visible“ A Photography Exhibit by Josh Lehrer D-E’s 2014-2015 Swartley Gallery Series presents a strikingly beautiful new exhibit entitled “Becoming Visible” on New York City’s transgendered homeless youth, featuring the artistic talents of photographer and D-E parent Josh Lehrer. The exhibit officially opened on Tuesday, Dec. 9,…