Authored by Head of School Fran Bisselle Living leadership is different from studying it. Leadership in action looks like rolling up your sleeves to get things done. It’s about solving problems, not being a part of them. It’s about humility, and not seeking credit. It’s about being a part of something larger than oneself. It’s… Read More March is Women’s History Month – Help Us Celebrate!
by Fran Bisselle, Head of School I love that March is Women’s History Month. To march as activists do—moving toward a goal with fearless passion and a powerful voice in the name of a cause greater than one’s self—has been a staple throughout the changing course of history. For me, this essence harkens the spirit… Read More Hathaway Brown Celebrates Women’s History Month
HB’s flagship summer program is celebrating this important milestone with an all-new five-day option and fun events for campers all summer long. by Siva Grossman, HBBH director Since 1978, students across Northeast Ohio have been spending their summers learning and growing together at Hathaway Brown Broad Horizons camp. And while I haven’t been part of… Read More Hathaway Brown’s Broad Horizons Camp is Turning 40!
At the close of last school year, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs featured the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, as the keynote presenter and honoree at the Global Impact Awards ceremony at the Cleveland Clinic. There was a brief Q&A period following Dr. Rice’s talk, during which moderator Ronn Richard, president and… Read More Rising HB fifth-grader Dixon Hill reflects on meeting a Notable Woman: former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
Hathaway Brown Upper Schoolers Audrey Beyer ’19, Sophie Sacks ’18, and Halle Wasser ’18 joined a cohort of 60 students from across Northeast Ohio this summer in an immersive weeklong program dedicated to teaching young people how they can make a difference in the current and future trajectory of the region where they live. These… Read More Looking Up to Cleveland: Three HB students learn to see the city in new ways
scroll to the bottom for a gallery of images After five straight 12- to 15-hour days of roaming the city in search of stories and images that defined the 2016 Republican National Convention, we’re feeling a little nostalgic that the excitement has now officially come to an end. Clevelanders of every stripe joined forces to roll… Read More What a Week
scroll to the bottom for a gallery of images In every sense, U.S. election-year conventions are pure political theater. So much is at play, from the setup of the hall to the production of the broadcast to the casting and dialogue of the speakers themselves. Day Three of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland was high… Read More All About the Staging
scroll to the bottom for a gallery of images There was a different kind of energy in the air Tuesday, and quite a bit of activity inside and outside the convention hall. Protesters of all sorts gathered in Public Square and vociferously held forth about a variety of causes and concerns. At one point, we heard… Read More Demonstration, Nomination, Celebration
scroll to the bottom for a gallery of images The Republican National Convention was kicked off with an enormous party on Sunday evening, and thousands of guests were invited to “Rock the Night in CLE” at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and East Ninth Street Pier in the city’s North Coast Harbor. The U.S.… Read More 2016 Republican National Convention Opening Highlights
scroll to the bottom for a gallery of images Throughout the week, Hathaway Brown will be offering behind-the-scenes snapshots and HB-related stories from the 2016 Republican National Convention. Having this important gathering taking place right here in Northeast Ohio presents a tremendous opportunity for learning and engagement related to the United States political process.* On… Read More HB at the RNC