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Class of 2017 college plans

The 82 members of the Class of 2017 plan to continue their education at 59 different colleges and universities across the country.

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11 Bears earn spring All-Met

Ten student-athletes and one coach score Washington Post's All-Met accolades for the spring sports season, including lacrosse All-Met Player of the Year Justin Shockey '17 and golf Coach of the Year Jack Duquette.

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Music transcends boundaries

In an ethics speech delivered to his peers and teachers, trumpet player Presley '21 shares why he believes musical expression can help us confront our biases.

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Landon is IAC Founders Cup co-champ

Landon and Georgetown Prep share this year's Cup, given annually to the school(s) with the best combined finishes in both IAC regular season and tournament play in 11 sports.

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Walking to cure cancer

Chris Duplessie '18 and Nick Pappas '18 participated in the Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer to support Chris' mother, who was diagnosed with cancer in October.

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Get out of your comfort zone

School nurse Julie Acebal shares how working as an operating room nurse taught her that it can be a very good thing to try something new, even if it scares you.

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Fine art, great cause

Landon teams up with the Art Connection in the Capital Region to host a show that will donate 52 works of fine art to D.C.-area community service nonprofits.

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Lessons from the Appalachian Trail

Agustin "Gus" Umanzor '08 wrote this blog post about how Landon's Lower School motto has guided him on his attempt to hike from one end to the other of the Appalachian Trail, the world's longest hiking-only footpath.

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