• February

    2018 Prep League Swimming and Diving Champions

    Goal, Plan, Championship

    Something had to give.
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  • Triple Threat

    No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. There’s no misprint. There are really three “A. Freeman” entries in the box score of Collegiate’s girls varsity basketball games.
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  • Mark Newlen has taught Middle School physical education at Collegiate since 1989.

    From the Ashes

    The phoenix hope can wing her way through the desert skies and, still defying fortune’s spite, arise from ashes and revive.
           - Miguel de Cervantes
    Mark Newlen has learned far more than he could ever have imagined about the flight of the phoenix.
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  • The Arthur Ashe Statue stands at the intersection of Roseneath and Monument.  February 6 marks the 25th anniversary of the native Richmonder's passing.

    His Light Shines Forever

    Tennis! I thought. Why in the world is this guy asking me to write about tennis? I’ve never played the sport. Never even seen a whole match. Certainly don’t know the finer points of the game. You hold the skinny end of the racquet. Right? Hit the ball over the net. Try to keep it inside the lines. OK. I get it. But wait. Really. I don’t have a clue.
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  • Coach Del Harris (hands up) motivates the troops.

    Lessons Learned. Next Up...

    The wins were piling up. The poll voters were taking notice. Local media outlets were telling their story. The guys on Collegiate’s varsity boys’ basketball team were walking tall and riding high.
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  • January

    The Consummate Gentleman

    It was all in fun, or so they thought. Intentions and perceptions often differ, you see. Sometimes, they differ drastically.
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  • Tom, Sally, and Alice Chambers

    Our Heart, Our Soul, Our Inspiration

    Right time. Right place. Right person.
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  • Photos courtesy of Robin Reifsnider

    Owning the Experience

    We’re three weeks into January, and it’s already been one of those all-you-could-ask-for seasons for Collegiate’s boys varsity basketball team.
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  • Photos courtesy of Robin Reifsnider

    The Evolution of Tierra Morris

    There’s never a dull moment.
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  • Max Schnur '11, a professional tennis player, will return to action in late January following a hiatus to care for an elbow injury.

    A Visit With Max Schnur '11

    The pain is gone. Actually, the pain has been gone for a while now. The rehab? Over and done with, at long last. The touch? It’s returning. The desire? Never left.
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  • Allen Chamberlain (left) and colleague Melanie Barker in the Saunders Family Library

    "She Forever Changed Our School"

    Allen Chamberlain loved her job.
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  • Imagining Peace

    Here I sit on New Year’s Eve, in the comfort of my den, watching that huge Waterford Crystal ball descend in Times Square signaling the beginning of 2018.
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