News

2022

  • August

    The Best Books We Read This Summer

    Whether summer vacation finds you on a beach or caught in a whirlwind of planes, trains, and automobiles, opportunities abound for reading.
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  • June

    True Detectives

    It all started when Elysia Burroughs’s honors biology class found a “murdered” mannequin in the Potato Patch – a grassy slope just above the playing fields.
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  • May

    Co-Valedictorians Helena Heckman '22 and David Cutler '22.

    2022 Awards Recognize Student Achievements

    Students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to KUA at the annual Awards Ceremony and Commencement.
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  • A Winning Formula

    The Kimball Union Math Team found a silver lining of the pandemic: the opportunity to virtually face off against some of the best and brightest scholastic mathematicians.
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  • April

    Consortium Helps Students Find Path to a Just Future

    “In the midst of what feels like a generational downfall, the pandemic, genocide, and everything happening today, it’s important to remember that humanity has never known a perfect world, but we’ve never needed a guarantee of success to try to strive for one,” Wanjiku “Wawa” Gatheru reminded the entire KUA community as she delivered the keynote presentation for this year’s Consortium on Justice on Friday, April 15. 
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  • March

    2022 Cullman Scholars Set Out to Create Lasting Change

    KUA students are increasingly invested in making a tangible impact on the world, and this is particularly true among this year's Cullman Scholar Program participants. This year's cohort focuses on the environment, technology, and the arts as avenues for positive change.
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  • KUA Welcomes 2022 Admitted Students

    The Office of Admission released admission decisions on March 10 to applicants entering Kimball Union Academy (KUA) for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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  • Pigments Of The Imagination

    Ten KUA students served a visual feast at the 14th Annual High School Exhibition at AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH.

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  • February

    Happily Ever After The Hilltop

    This Valentine’s Day enjoy a good love story!  We have collected the stories of some of KUA’s couples who either met while students on The Hilltop or found their way to each other in their years after graduation.
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  • A Memorable Day on the Slopes

    It was a bluebird day in New Hampshire as members of the KUA community gathered on February 5 for the 2022 Fei Cup and Harry Robinson ’74 Memorial Ski Day.
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  • January

    Watermarks, Fluid Color at Taylor Gallery

    KUA celebrated the artwork of Wendy Briggs Powell, a mixed-media artist based in New Hampshire, at an opening at Taylor Gallery on January 14.
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  • Unplugging Connects Sophie ’22 to Her Priorities

    How much do you need to disconnect from the everyday in order to reconnect with yourself?

    For Sophie ’22, that answer required more than switching off her phone; she traveled to The Island School in the Bahamas for a semester and found a deeper connection to her priorities and aspirations. 
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  • Powell in front of the Dylan Thomas house in Scotland. He was the International Ambassador for the Dylan Thomas Centennial in America.

    Activist and Author Kevin Powell Delivers MLK Speech

    Kimball Union welcomed Kevin Powell, a civil and human-rights activist and widely published author, as part of its commemoration of the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
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  • Seasons Readings: Book Recommendations from KUA

    A good book pairs well with cozy nights, your favorite beverage, and the spirit of the holidays. Whether you find yourself in need of gift ideas for loved ones or a new volume to devour over winter break, KUA faculty and staff recommend their favorites from this year.
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