Meet Arianne Thomas, the next Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown School

Authored by Camille Lipford Seals ’02, Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown and the Center for Multicultural Affairs. Camille is headed to Agnes Irwin School in Philadelphia where she will assume the role of Assistant Head for Academic Programs and Inclusive Excellence. I am pleased to pass the torch of Aspire leadership to… Read More Meet Arianne Thomas, the next Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown School

Librarian for the Day: Josie Bullock ’26

Middle School reading recommendations from Josie Bullock ’26 “Tuesdays At The Castle” by Jessica Day George was a fun, magical book filled with a moving castle, wizards, assassins, and royalty. When the princess Celie’s mother and father go on a journey to see Celie’s brother graduate from wizard school, they are attached on the way back home. Celie has two… Read More Librarian for the Day: Josie Bullock ’26

Becoming notable women of tomorrow

A speech written and delivered  by Camille Lipford Seals ’02 What does it mean to be a notable woman? Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines the term ‘notable’ as worthy of note, remarkable,  distinguished, prominent. When considered together, these words are about leaving a legacy. Contributing to the world in such a way as to be remembered respected… Read More Becoming notable women of tomorrow

Women’s History Maker: Marsai Martin

Authored by Jane Berick ’19 Meet Women’s History maker, Marsai Martin. You may recognize her as Diane Johnson from ABC’s Black-ish, where she simultaneously masterminds plans and schemes while weirding out her family. In my opinion, she truly shined in the 10th episode of season five, called “Black Like Us”, which unpacks a serious conversation… Read More Women’s History Maker: Marsai Martin