2019

  • February

    Feichtinger Cup and Harry Robinson ’74 Memorial Ski Day

    Saturday, February 9 witnessed the annual Feichtinger Cup and Harry Robinson ’74 Memorial Ski Day, this year at Pico Mountain. 
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  • Student Life Office Offers “Winter Saturdays” Special Programming

    Two Saturday mornings, January 19 (for Seniors and Sophomores) and February 16 (for Juniors and Freshmen), have been set aside in the busy winter schedule for KUA mission-aligned programming for each class.

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  • Winter '19 - Cullman Scholar in Clarksdale, Mississippi

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Established in 1983 with a gift from Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging volunteering with Real Cochabamba Soccer Academy in Bolivia to interning with the Industrial Bank of China’s Green Financial Division. Recently, Winter '19 gave a presentation at All School Meeting about her Cullman Scholarship volunteering with The Spring Initiative in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
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  • STEM's Real World Design Challenge Team Wins New Hampshire State Competition

    Having won previous state and national Real World Design Challenges, KUA’s team finds itself in the spotlight again this year. The 2019 state challenge on Jan 4th, 2019 was to design an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS, or drone), create a theory of operation, and develop a business plan for the commercial operations of the system based on the following scenario:

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  • Andy '19 - Cullman Scholar at the Industrial Bank of China

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Established in 1983 with a gift from Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging from serving as a medical intern in Warsaw, Poland to volunteering with Real Cochabamba Soccer Academy in Bolivia. Recently, Andy '19 gave a presentation at All School Meeting about his Cullman Scholarship interning with the Industrial Bank of China’s Green Financial Division.

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  • January

    Cam Beecy '15 Nominated for Humanitarian Award

    Senior defenseman Cam Beecy ’15 of the Norwich University men's ice hockey team is one of 17 collegiate hockey players nominated for the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award.

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  • Alex '19 - Cullman Scholar at University of Oxford

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Established in 1983 with a gift from Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging from a Spanish Language and cultural immersion in Mexico City to serving as a medical intern in Warsaw, Poland. Recently, Alex '19 gave a presentation at All School Meeting about his Cullman Scholarship interning in a lab at the Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford.

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  • STEM Activity Computer Design Challenge

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Prior to Winter Break, STEM activity began an exciting design challenge. “We had 11 students who separated into 4 teams of 2 or 3,” remarks Sean McDonough, Faculty Advisor of STEM Activity. He continues, “Each group learned about what goes into a computer, what each part does, what’s good, what’s bad – basically how to design a computer from scratch.”

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  • Alice '19 - Cullman Scholar in Poland

    Alice '19
    Established in 1983 with a gift from Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging from a Spanish Language and cultural immersion in Mexico City to volunteering at a Buddhist Temple in Southwest China. Recently, Alice '19 gave a presentation at All School Meeting about her Cullman Scholarship as a medical intern in Warsaw, Poland.

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  • Lucie '21 Wins the Gold

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Congratulations to Lucie '21 on playing with the U18 French National Girls’ Hockey team in the International Ice Hockey Federation’s Division 1B World Championships in Dumfries, Scotland during the second week of January.

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  • Dr. Erick Lansigan Guest Lectures

    Dustin Meltzer '05
    Dr. Erick Lansigan P ’22, Hematologist and Oncologist at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, guest lectured recently in Mike Van Dolah’s Biology classes. 

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  • A Legacy of Inspiring Teachers and Students

    KUA mourns the passing of Jack Ragle.

    It is with great sadness that KUA notes the passing of longtime faculty emeritus and Hilltop icon Jack Ragle.
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  • Harry '19 - Cullman Scholar at Cornell University

    Harry '19
    Established in 1983 with a gift from Hugh Cullman '42, the Cullman Scholarship Program supports students in off-campus study opportunities. During the summer of 2018, nine scholarship recipients pursued courses of study ranging from a Spanish Language and cultural immersion in Mexico City to volunteering at a Buddhist Temple in Southwest China. Recently, Harry '19 gave a presentation at All School Meeting about his Cullman Scholarship as a research intern at Cornell University.

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