Honoring its founder’s vision, Emma Willard School proudly fosters in each young woman a love of learning, the habits of an intellectual life, and the character, moral strength, and qualities of leadership to serve and shape her world.
May is a celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month in the United States. Last Friday at Emma Willard School, we gathered at an assembly full of important, entertaining, and informative programming from the Asian Student Union (ASU) to recognize AAPI culture in our country and institution.
We wrap up our One of 360 series for this school year with a member of the senior class, Neris G. ’23. Read on to learn more about Neris’s four years at Emma and her passion for helping refugees in Turkey.
Last Friday, Apollo, the annual talent show inspired by the Apollo Theatre held festival-style on the inner campus, took place on the lawn outside Dietel Library. Put together and pulled off by the Black Latinx Student Union (BLSU), the event is a chance for members of the community to show off their talents, share food, and enjoy a spring evening on the inner campus.