- New Dean of Admissions: Chip Davis
- DA Muslim Chaplain Fights Stigma Around Islam
- When One Suffers, We All Do: Muslim Students Speak Up
- Jihad: Striving to be Virtuous, Not Violent
- Triathletes, Unite!
“I’ve coached here at DA for fourteen years and this is the most focused and hard-working team that I’ve ever trained,” said head coach Steve Anderson.
Running 26.2 miles is more than most students run in a week, or even a month. But on October 10, Muriel Solberg ’12 will do just that: run the Chicago Marathon.
Madaba, Jordan not only is the home to King’s Academy, founded by His Majesty King Abdullah II, but also proves to be an exceptional hub for any traveler’s greatest dreams.
This summer, seasoned rowers Alex Berner ’11, Tanner Larson ’11, Ellie Parker ’11, and Brad Hakes ’12 tested new waters and turned to sculling.
A compilation of the top ten sports moments of the year, organized by Nastassia Adkins ’11.
An interview with Olympic Gold-Medalist Susan Francia
“I couldn’t be happier to finish second after only two years of racing.”
Without any formal technique training and with only a few practice throws, Laddie Trees ’11 has already qualified for the New England championship by throwing over 120 feet.
This season, with cuts being made and a higher level of intensity added to each practice, the softball team has transformed itself into one dedicated to improving their overall skills and abilities.
Coxswains are members of the crew team who, because of their small frames, fit into the front of each boat to steer, direct, and control the course of each rowing event.
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