Art students at High Mowing first learn to develop an artistic eye by capturing light and shadow on basic shapes and scenes. They then apply these same objective principles to a more complicated subject. It is an interesting exercise to look at one's own reflection objectively as a series of ratios and shapes.
Our Model United Nations students engaged in an unmoderated caucus at Alvirne High School in Hudson, NH to write a resolution concerning Ebola. The purpose of this Model UN's General Assembly session was to attempt to create some sort of protocol for future outbreaks of Ebola that will not infringe on the rights of countries to enact their own regulations, but lead to a more effective response. Delegates researched their country's position on key issues that pertain to the topic such as border control, global aid and poverty, prevention and treatment, media response, and cultural traditions.