From students and teachers to parents and friends, Michael K. Mulligan and Joy Sawyer-Mulligan have led lives dedicated whole-heartedly to gift of education.
Last trimester, the Documentary Filmmaking class began production on a short film covering the disappearance of the campus pigs.
Thacher Downhill, a fledgling yet dynamic club, embodies the Thacher ethos through its unity and close connection to the outdoors.
Ambitious yet measured, Jina Zhao '20 has found her highest purpose in pursuing what interests her.
During her Thacher career, Pria Koll '18 has attempted to reconcile her life in Japan and education in the United States.
With Gymkhana weekend approaching, how has the Thacher community confronted a chance outbreak of Norovirus?
“One time coming back from Thanksgiving break my freshman year, I just started running up Horn Canyon and had no idea where I was gonna go.” That day, Ford Schaper '19 snaked through dust-covered mountain sides for five miles, ascending near 2,000 feet to the ridge stretching between Chief Peak and the Topa Topa Bluffs. … Continue reading Learn As You Go: A Student Spotlight with Ford Shaper ’19
“I don’t get it,” the faculty at the table told me. What do you mean you don’t get it, I thought. That joke was pure gold. How could you not see its ingenuity? The others at the table traded uncomfortable glances, the same hesitant and worrisome faces one makes when their parents discuss the taboo. … Continue reading A Head Waiter’s Crucible
Over the past four years, it has been an ‘unspoken law’ that each grade inhabits their own, specific spaces on campus. While freshmen riot on the knoll or in the commons, sophomores generally lock themselves in their dorm rooms. Meanwhile, juniors and seniors spend their entire year living within the heart of the Thacher campus: … Continue reading A Complex Geopolitical Quagmire