The Bulletin

The Fall 2017 edition of The Williston Northampton School Bulletin is out now. Download a PDF or read through the magazine online. Below, you'll find stories and links mentioned throughout the magazine.

Pictured above: selections from alumna Rosie Wiggins '90's restaurant The Drawing Board

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Helping Save the Cranes

Hall Healy '60 is emeritus chairman of the International Crane Foundation, who protect the family of majestic migratory birds.

Helping Prevent Lyme Disease

Heather Carlton Hearst '90 founded Project Lyme, a nonprofit advocacy group that educates the public about tick-borne diseases.

Growing Food for the Hungry

Joe Rigali '70 is board president of Gaining Ground, who provide produce to organizations from Boston to Lowell.

Helping a Child's Life

John Reinisch ’62 treats children from around the world at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles.

Making Art Just Happen

Molly Lieberman '06 craeted Loop it Up Savannah, a citywide institution that provides arts and crafts instruction to children.

Other stories

And the Winner Is…

Emmy winner Ann Dowd ’74 traces her love of acting to her days at Williston 

The Scoop On The Willistonian

A $250,000 gift from a Northampton School for Girls alumna lets The Willistonian continue its run as the country’s oldest high school newspaper 

Pottery as Politics

Natania Hume is interested in the hidden ways that mass produced items influence people around the globe.

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Alumni News

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Alumni Events

  • Nominate someone for the Athletic Hall of Fame here
  • See the latest list of alumni events here
  • Reunion is coming! Save the dates of May 11-13, 2018 and stay tuned for more information.

Class Notes

  • Read obituaries here

From the Archives

  • Read the full text of Rick Teller '70's article about the Williston entrance exam here

Other links of note

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