Senior Hannah compares Emma Willard School with Hogwarts and herself with Harry Potter. Like Harry, she loves her school and has had many adventures during her four years on campus. And like many students, she worries about the future—homework, SATs, exams, college choice, etc. But she encourages classmates to remain engaged in the present and enjoy their experiences so that their memories of Emma Willard School will be, well, magical. Hear her here.
Each spring, science instructor Jon Calos looks back on the academic year and worries that he didn’t do enough and fears there’s not enough time left to do it all. It’s a problem that has plagued him for years. He offers some advice to students so they don’t experience the same regrets. Hear him here.
Natasha ’10 says, “I could possibly be a spy,” because her dual citizenship and heritage give her an edge, allowing her to blend in in many cultures. She fears, though, that she may lack the skills necessary to keep a low profile. Often attracting attention to herself with pratfalls and awkward situations, she has learned to smile through it and accept her quirks. Hear her here.