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Biennial One Book celebration brings ‘The Little Prince’ to life

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The Class of 2018 commenced the biennial One Book tradition with a surprise kickoff celebration in the courtyard on Tuesday, Apr. 10.

Watch the video above and look through the photo gallery below to see more from the event.

Full story to follow. 

Photo by Cat Oriel

Uma Halsted '18 smiles while dressed like the Little Prince during the One Book celebration in the courtyard. Halsted was one of four seniors that read a section of the book aloud to the entire school.

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  1. Scarlet Levin on April 11th, 2018 11:51 pm

    Thanks for adding a video beforehand. I missed the festivities, and know how difficult it is to complete a story within a few hours of an event. Good use of the critiques we got from the NSPA!

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