Joana Pacheco '17, a freshman on William Smith College's squash team, earned All-Liberty League honors and was named the League's Co-Rookie of the Year.
School News and Social Media
After writing an article about the #MeToo movement for "The Weekly Standard," Alice Lloyd '09 was interviewed on C-Span's "Washington Journal."
A Westover family taps into a New England tradition – making maple syrup – and shares their efforts with the School community.
For Angela Muvumba Sellstrom '92, International Women's Day isn't a one day occasion; it's become a significant and important movement in her life, and current line of work.
"Protection/Protected," an exhibition by New Haven artist Susan McCaslin, will be on display in the Schumacher Gallery from March 20 through May 20.
Westover swimmers saw great results at the Bud Erich Invitational on February 24 leading up to their championship Division III meet on March 3.
A new lighting system has brightened the School's technical theatre program thanks to a generous gift from a Westover family.
The Kiva Dance Collective will perform on Saturday, March 10, and Sunday, March 11, in Westover's Louise B. Dillingham Performing Arts Center Theatre.
Shanna Merola, whose work has been on exhibit in the Schumacher Gallery, met with students to talk about her work as an artist and social activist.