Daily Archives: March 19, 2018

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For the Love of Kraut

Posted: March 19, 2018

Above: Hanging out with Kraut (cut-out) after their tag-team FunRun are Debbie Satnick P ’11, ’13, ’16; Fred Daly; and Tara Satnick ’16. The 3rd annual Kraut’s Running of the Bulldogs, held this year in early October, attracted dozens of runners and walkers representing D-E students, parents, faculty/staff, coaches, and, of course, alumni of athletics teams…

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Jamming in the City

Posted: March 19, 2018

D-E’s Upper School ensemble StringJam traveled to Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing for a master class/workshop in January with the acclaimed quartet Ensemble Connect. StringJam Director and D-E Music Department faculty member Annaliesa Place commented, “This was a wonderful opportunity for our StringJam musicians to learn about the art of playing  chamber music, and how…

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Upper School Fall Teams Summary

Posted: March 19, 2018

By C. Christian Schmid, Director of Athletics Girls’ Soccer The Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team had a great season this year. We had a talented group of returning seniors, including Captains Isabella Patino ’18 and Julietta Thron ’18. They both were influential in the success of the team, demonstrating their leadership at every practice and game….

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Middle School Fall Teams Summary

Posted: March 19, 2018

Girls’ MS Tennis By Coach Gautham Akula The best thing about the Fall 2017 season was that everyone played in every match, whether official or exhibition. We had a lot of team spirit and good parent involvement. The best match was our first, when we beat Saddle River Day 4-1. Emma Hazelton ’21 won a…

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Early Winter Athletics Team Standouts

Posted: March 19, 2018

Above: Jordan McKoy ’19 with his parents Vernon and Lisa McKoy In initial competitions, including the NJIC Championships, the Bergen County Championships and the State Indoor Track Relays held in mid-January at Toms River, the Bulldogs made major strides. Here are some examples: Jeremy Bronstein ’19 already known on the track for his dominating distance running with…

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D-E Green/Sustainability Programs

Posted: March 19, 2018

Our School Mission inspires community members to “meet the challenges of a changing world and make it better.” The D-E gardens, particularly the Netty Coyte Teaching Garden adjacent to the Upper School parking lot on the eastern border of the campus, is a wonderful visible manifestation of that phrase. Through all four seasons, garden initiatives…

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String Society Welcomes Project Trio to Summer 2018 Program

Posted: March 19, 2018

String Society, a D-E 360° Summer Connections program for “exceptional string musicians,” will partner with the critically acclaimed Project Trio in 2018. Project Trio will work with students in small ensembles and will be the featured guest performer in the Grand Finale Concert scheduled for Friday, June 29. Featuring beatboxing utist Greg Patillo, double-bassist Peter…

Arts Highlights Winter 2017

Posted: March 19, 2018

D-E students, faculty and staff, and alumni together have all created a rich environment of artistic expression thus far this 2017-18 academic year. Featured performances by instrumental ensembles, including Stage Band and StringJam, provided appreciative listeners with ample opportunities to enjoy the classics, from Mozart to Mingus. Click here to read more. The annual Winter Arts…

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Swartley Gallery Welcomes Artists Springer, Stein, and D-E Alumna Giancarlo ’10

Posted: March 19, 2018

D-E’s Swartley Gallery fall and winter exhibits have included works by a caricature master, a jazz singer and painter, and a multimedia artist who is a D-E graduate. Painter and caricature artist Dan Springer was featured in “Concept & Character,” an exhibit in October of both conceptual acrylic paintings and sophisticated caricature work. The faces…

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