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Exploring the Distant Past

The next monumental phase of deep space research is close at hand, the Middlesex community learned on February 12, when Dr. Kathryn Flanagan addressed the School during morning Assembly. A senior scientist at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Flanagan is among those responsible for the science operations of the Hubble Space Telescope, as well as the…

Four Seasons, Five Stars

8 years ago, when the MxAA began its search for a venue suitable for its inaugural Spring Gala Benefit and Auction, there were a few prerequisites: location, luxury and premier service.  The quest was brief, and one hotel distinguished itself from the rest.  Because of its unparalleled qualities, we are thrilled to return to the Four Seasons Hotel Boston on Friday, April…

MxAA: Making the Connection!

The Middlesex Alumni Association (MxAA)  was founded 15 years ago with the goal of strengthening the relationships within and across classes, and as a result, reinforcing their bond to the School. In other words, the MxAA is all about making and keeping connections! Since 2004, its Board of Directors  has worked to establish a growing variety of programs that provide…

Why “Bold”?

Middlesex students and alumni have a long history of high achievement.  From the classroom to the boardroom, MX graduates innately reach for that next level, challenging themselves and others around them to be better, do more – with confidence and courage.   Be bold. The Middlesex Alumni Association strives to make those leaps and bounds more successful for those willing to…

Ambassadors of Hope

Celebrating both the legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month, the Middlesex community met in the Kaye Theater on February 2, 2019, for a dynamic program of music, history, philosophy, and reflection. The morning began with an inspiring performance by the Ladies of Essence – a Tufts University women’s a cappella group specializing in…

A World of Details

The School’s first Tuesday morning Assembly in the transformed, newly named Kaye Theater was the perfect time and place to explore novel ways of thinking about the smallest details of ordinary objects that surround people every day. Creatively reimagining commonplace materials is central to the work of this year’s visiting artist, Rachel Perry ’80, who was introduced to the community…

Bass Arts Pavilion and Danoff Center for the Visual Arts Officially Open

The first day of the second semester marked a seminal moment in Middlesex history as the School officially opened The Bass Arts Pavilion and the Danoff Visual Arts Center. At the center of the Bass Arts Pavilion lies our fully renovated and expanded Kaye Main Stage Theatre with balcony seating that allows the entire student body and the faculty to fit…

Dong ’19 Named Regeneron STS Scholar

This week, Middlesex senior Leo Dong ’19 was named a 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholar. Leo was selected as one of the 300 top competitors out of a pool of nearly 2,000 entries nationwide for his project titled  “netDAE: Novel Feature Learning Method of Gene Expression Data Based on a NetworkEnhanced Denoising Autoencoder.” Further information about the Talent Search can be…