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Dale Events: News You Can Use for March 14

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself in acts of bravery and heroism. Alexander Hamilton Happy Pi day! Pi is the ratio of the circle’s circumference to its diameter and written as 3.14159265358979 … STUDENT ACTIVITIES Attention STEAM Team Members!  There will be a mandatory meeting on Monday,

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A Music Moment from Dale Chamber Orchestra Concertmaster & the Senior Regional Orchestra

Thomas Dale’s Chamber Orchestra Concertmaster, Caleb Stanger, plays an excerpt for you. Caleb is in the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra, and he was recently 1st chair for 1st violins in the Senior Regional Orchestra. These Dale students made the Senior Regional Orchestra.   Back L-R : Kairu Mitchell, Chris Kim, Kayla Allen, John Keane, Zach Williams, Zach

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Clubs Meet Monday, Nov. 19 – get your pass today !

Clubs meeting on Monday, Nov. 19, during enrichment are Japanese Club, Student Book Club, and Ecology Club. Join Japanese Club! Learn Japanese Calligraphy! Dues are $10; get a pass from Sensei in room 1011. Student Book Club will meet on Monday, Nov.19, during enrichment in the main campus library. Bring a favorite book with you!

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Behind the Lights of the Dale Fall Musical : Chicago

By Mariah Granai, Knightly News Digital Editor-in-Chief and Heather Powers, Knightly News Digital Managing Editor         From November 14 through 17, the fall musical Chicago hits the main campus stage. Juniors Nicholas Quillan and Emerson Pessara run backstage and cue the show. “I manage the stage and everyone on it,” said Quillan said. “I’m really excited for

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Dale Libraries Celebrate Banned Books Week

“Censorship is telling a man he can’t have a steak just because a baby can’t chew it.”  Mark Twain This week is Banned Books Week.  Celebrate your freedom to read. “Libraries value free and open access to information,” said Shelley Armstrong, Thomas Dale librarian. “Come check out the Banned Books display in both the main

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