Monthly Archives: December 2016

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Lauryn Fuld ’21 – International TKD Champion!

Posted: December 22, 2016

Lauryn Fuld ’21, who has attended D-E since the 1st grade, enjoys challenging herself. She clearly works just as hard outside of school as well, in particular training and competing in TaeKwonDo and soccer. She started taking Karate classes in Newton, MA when she was four years old. When her family moved to NJ in…

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D-E’s Model UN Delegates Earn Honors, Experience

Posted: December 22, 2016

Student delegates with D-E’s Model UN Club have been busy preparing position papers for and participating in “away” conferences, including events sponsored by Princeton University and the United Nations International School (UNIS). Conferences later this year will take the club to the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University. Noa Levin ’17 earned Best Delegate honors…

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Middle Schoolers Help “Strike Out” Leukemia

Posted: December 23, 2016

In early December, one of D-E’s Middle School HomeBase groups decided to direct their baking and fundraising skills toward a great cause: supporting research to end leukemia. Mrs. Luchs’ Homebase, which includes Anya Ganeshan ’23, Emily Jedell ’23, Karina Pink ’23, Jayden Morales ’23, Javier Ibarguer ’23, Eli Arougheti ’23 and Charlie Levine ’23 together baked items and ran a Middle School bake sale. …

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A Concise Guide to Mastering the Medical School Interview

Posted: December 22, 2016

Regina Bailey ’93 Create a Space, an Amazon Company May 2015 The medical school interview is a key part of the medical school admission process. This guide from Dr. Regina Bailey includes sample interview questions and helpful tips relating to interview etiquette, attire, and more. An emergency medicine physician, lawyer, professor, and blogger, Dr. Bailey…

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Appetites: A Cookbook

Posted: December 22, 2016

Anthony Bourdain ESB ’73 and Laurie Woolever Harper Collins Imprint Ecco Books October 2016 Anthony Bourdain is man of many appetites. And for many years, first as a chef, later as a world-traveling chronicler of food and culture on his CNN series Parts Unknown, he has made a profession of understanding the appetites of others….

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Kaboing! 50 Ideas that Will Springboard You to Academic Greatness

Posted: December 22, 2016

John Chuback ’87 Chuback Education 2015 Dr. John A. Chuback is an engaging, thought-provoking and innovative author, speaker, physician, and personal development philosopher. He has exhaustive knowledge of what it means to be truly committed to academic achievement. His formal didactic education spanned a period of 30 years and culminated in his double board certification in…

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JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity

Posted: December 22, 2016

Lawrence Kudlow ESB ’65 and Brian Domitrovic Penguin Random House September 2016 Distinguished Alumnus Lawrence Kudlow—the former Reagan Administration official and current CNBC senior contributor—and his co-author make the case that President John F. Kennedy was the first supply-sider and the inspiration for the economic policies of President Ronald Reagan. According to liberal conventional wisdom,…

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Neuroradiology: The Requisites, 4th Edition

Posted: December 22, 2016

 Rohini Nadgir ’91 and David M. Yousem Elsevier July 2016 This bestselling volume in the popular Requisites series, co-authored by Dr. Rohini Nadgir, who is currently an assistant professor in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, thoroughly covers the extensive field of neuroradiology in an efficient and practical manner. Ideal for…

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