Archer Community celebrates International Day of the Girl

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Archer Community celebrates International Day of the Girl

English teacher Wendy Deming shares what she loves about being a girl. Students and Faculty were asked to write about

English teacher Wendy Deming shares what she loves about being a girl. Students and Faculty were asked to write about "sugar and spice," the good and bad parts about being girls. Photo by Isabelle Kantz '16

English teacher Wendy Deming shares what she loves about being a girl. Students and Faculty were asked to write about "sugar and spice," the good and bad parts about being girls. Photo by Isabelle Kantz '16

English teacher Wendy Deming shares what she loves about being a girl. Students and Faculty were asked to write about "sugar and spice," the good and bad parts about being girls. Photo by Isabelle Kantz '16

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Students, faculty and staff joined in festivities on Oct. 9 to celebrate the International Day of the Girl. With various activities in the courtyard, the Archer community raised awareness about gender inequality around the world.

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