Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

Launching Word/Play, the RIS Literary Review

–By Marianna Hane Wiles– In December, the Redeemer Cafe hosted a book launch party for the new RIS Literary Review, Word/Play. The small cafe stage was set up with microphones, creating an intimate and cozy yet inviting and open space. The newly published writers—all students in the first semester Creative Writing...
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Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

RIS Proud to Host Prestigious ELLSA Conference

–By Elisia Brodeur and Alis Gorcea– On January 26th and 27th this year, more than 200 educators from around the world came to RIS to attend the prestigious annual ELLSA conference. ELLSA, which stands for “English Language Learning Specialists in Asia,” is a community of international teachers, all of whom...
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Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

World Scholar’s Cup Going to Regionals

–by Tom Wash– For those who don’t know, “World Scholar's Cup is an academic competition mixed with other social activities designed to instill a desire for learning and a discovery of one's own capabilities.” We invite you to visit our website: wscris.weebly.com to learn more (for instance, did you know that there’s...
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Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

2018–2019 MS Knowledge Bowl

–By Elisia Brodeur– On the last day of school before the Christmas break, Middle School students and teachers gathered in Godbout Hall for the annual MS Knowledge Bowl. Dressed in holiday, um, attire… Mr. Kevin and Mr. Felix were the lively emcees for the event, which featured two rounds of...
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Tuesday, 19 Mar 2019

Todd Chutichetpong: The Perfect Score

–Interview by Elisia Brodeur–    Earlier this year I sat down with RIS alumnus Panuvat (Todd) Chutichetpong, who is currently a freshman at Harvard. On break from university for the holiday, Todd was kind enough to talk with me about life after RIS, life in Boston, and his remarkable achievement in...
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