TILTON SCHOOL MUSIC OFFERINGS

Interested in pursuing music at Tilton School? Whether or not you already know how to sing or play an instrument, there are plenty of new offerings available! Women’s Choir: The Women’s Choir meets on Monday evenings at 6 or 7 pm (depending on formal dinner). It is open to all […]

Clue: On Stage

Jason Harrington

There are few things that bring people and families together like sitting around a dining room table and playing a game. This year, I have started a game design class because of my love for games and my tendency to study them. It’s a strange coincidence that this year the […]

[Student of the week] Hunter Perkins

Anonymous

Hunter Perkins is a freshman. He is from Lutz, FL, but he was born in NE. He has a twin brother who is also at Tilton School. He has a dog, which we don’t know its name, unfortunately. During the interview, Hunter told us that he chose Tilton School because […]

Books Review on Doubt, Ruined, and The Flick

Elisa Sun

Over the past a few weeks, the AP Lit class read three plays: Doubt, Ruined, and The Flick. Although these three plays are written about three totally different topics, I think it’s meaningful to juxtapose them to showcase some of my understandings in literature. I’d like to divide three plays […]

Public Lecture: From Seeing to Discovering

ISSA

Event: From Seeing to Discovering Time: Wed. October 17th, 2018 at 7:30 pm Place: Lucian Hunt Library, Tilton School Invited professor: Tianxin Cai Introduction of the professor Cai: Cai Tianxin is a Chinese poet, essayist, photographer, as well as a professor of mathematics at Zhejiang University. He is the author of […]

We Can Do Better — School Meeting Seating

Anonymous 2

Although this issue is not as hot as the dress code or food at Sage, we seldom hear positive feedback when we listen to students talk about the seating at the school meeting, which is surprising to me because I never thought of finding seats for people would be a […]