Mind Over Body (MOB) was founded at George School in 1996 when ten African-American male students approached Kassem Lucas ’90, a new faculty member, because they were interested in learning about African-American fraternities.
The book celebrates and chronicles the school’s first hundred years.
More than a dozen students sign up.
First-year girls get their own home, too.
Students take part in the project, founded by a George School graduate, to raise awareness of violence against women. The shirts, with messages written by sufferers of sexual violence, are a way for women to break the silence.
More than 120 ninth graders take part in Middle East peace talks as part of their Global Interdependence classes.
Freshman boys get their own home.
Four Square at George School is more than a schoolyard game. Layered with nostalgia, enshrined in fond, albeit imperfect, collective memory, the game is now a cultural icon.