The Circle Voice

New Clubs on Campus

Eunice Cho '20 and Isabella Yang '17

October 31, 2015

New clubs have sprouted on the Circle this fall. They introduced themselves to the community at their Fall Jam tables. If students still do not know much about the new faces among the community’s clubs, here is a good chance to take a closer look. Coding Club Groton Coding Club, also known as GC...

Understanding the Middle East

President of American University of Cairo and Middle East expert Lisa Anderson (right), invited by Victoria Wabha ’17 (left), speaks on the Circle.

Macy Lipkin '18

October 31, 2015

In the first week of October, Victoria Wahba ‘17 sent out an all-school email inviting students and faculty to come to the Forum to hear “the President of the American University of Cairo . . . speak about Democracy in the Middle East.” On Thursday, October 8, Lisa Anderson—former dean of...

Groton Novices Try Their Hands at Debate

Victor Liu '17, Assistant News and Online Editor

October 31, 2015

On Saturday, October 11th, eight Groton students competed in an interscholastic debate hosted by St. Sebastian’s School. This tournament was unique in that all of its participants were novices. Accordingly, our school’s debating society was represented by Second, Third, and Fourth Formers who...

Norton Digs Deep into French Archaeology

Will (second row far left) poses with the team at the dig.

Jack McLaughlin '17, Assistant Features Editor

October 31, 2015

What, one might wonder, did Will Norton ’17 learn by spending a month living under a rock? Norton worked as part of an archaeological excavation in Arago Cave, a dig site in southern France. Excavation of the cave began in 1964 under the direction of famed French archaeologist Henry de Lumley, and...