Hawken Science Research III students took part in the 10th annual Bob Maciunas STEMM Research Symposium on Thursday November 8, presenting their projects before a panel of expert judges, families, and other guests.
Hawken Lower, Middle, and Upper School Chess Hawks Sophie Baum ’28, Shivam Engineer ’22, Arnav Guda ’30, Edward Huang ’22, John Joyce ’25, Brennen Keuchel ’19, Destynn Keuchel ’22, Praveen Kumar ’22, Rahul Reyes Sundaram ’27, Rohan Reyes Sundaram ’25, Eli Rutherford ’28, Daniel Van Heeckeren ’22, and Daniel Xu ’25 participated in the seventh annual Cleveland Scholastic Open held at John Carroll University on October 13, 2018.
Congratulations to the following Hawken students who have been selected to participate in the 2018-2019 Saltzman Youth Panel of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland: Sam Axner ’20, Andrew Caplan ’20, Brian Caplan ’20, Danny Ecker ’20, Sammi Fremont ’20, Ross Krantz ’19, Gabe Perla ’19, Lily Rosen ’20, Serena Singerman ’20, and Grey Zashin ’20.
Congratulations to Brennen Keuchel ’19, who received the Society for In Vitro Biology Science Fair Award for his project, “Assessing the importance of asymmetrical cell division and neurotrophins in glioblastoma cancer stem cell survivors” at the Northeastern Ohio Science and Engineering Fair held earlier this year in Cleveland.
Last week, Cleveland Indians CEO Paul Dolan visited Hawken Middle School to kick off their yearly Chapel Grapple Character Education Unit, which this year focuses on the theme “Community, Membership, and the Indigenous Experience.”
Through his summer internship undertaken as part Hawken’s STEMM program, Nikhil Goel ’19 participated on a small team at CWRU working to develop an app interface designed to help tobacco users quit smoking.
Congratulations to Hawken Middle School Chess Team members Austin Daly ’22, Destynn Keuchel ‘22, Dillon Perni ’22, and Ishan Vyas ’22 for becoming state champions for the second year in a row at the State Chess Championships held in Columbus on May 25 and 26.
Congratulations to members of the Class of '22! They bid farewell to the Lyndhurst campus at a moving up ceremony on June 1. Special congratulations go to Makayla White, recipient of the Muriel Bell Award, which honors the one peer who embodies the highest levels of character and represents the best of Hawken's principles.
If you’ve visited the Lyndhurst campus in recent months, you may have noticed that the area near the Brown gymnasium has been under construction to make way for a new facility that will enrich the learning experience for every student on campus: the Goldberg Family Innovation Lab.
Congratulations to the Hawken Speech and Debate Team for being named Runners-Up at the 90th Ohio Speech and Debate Association State Tournment held in Toledo last weekend. This marks the fourth time in the last six season seasons that the Hawks have finished in the top three teams in the state at this event.
As Athletic Director Jim Doyle commented after the girls swim team won the State Championship for the 20th consecutive year on Friday, "It was a meet for the ages tonight, one to add to the incredible legacy of Hawken Swimming. It was a meet where our swimmers saw triumph, heartbreak, agony, and exhilaration."
Congratulations to the Middle School girls and boys swim teams on being named champions at last week’s Independent Private School League (IPSL) Championship meet held at Linsly School in West Virginia.
Students returned from winter break to experience what just might be the best week of the year: Middle School Insights Week, where students get to choose an experiential course on which to focus their attention all day, every day for five days.