The best news comes from the XIIIs newspaper, of course, but we’d like to acknowledge what some of our city, national, and global media outlets have to say about City and Country.
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C&C’s founder, the Unit Blocks she invented, and City and Country School were all mentioned in The New Yorker’s recent article, “The Hidden Women of Architecture and Design” by Alexandra Lange.
C&C Principal Scott Moran joined over 200 other NYC and NY State Independent School leaders to create a statement on gun violence in schools published in the New York Times on Sunday, February 25. You can read the statement here.
Independent Ideas, the blog of the National Association of Independent Schools, featured the IIIs Block Workshop for Parents held each year at City and Country School.
Recently, the education magazine, Semeynoe, published two articles on City and Country School. Semeynoe focuses on home schooling, but is read by educators throughout Russia. We’ve translated the articles and added them to our site along with scans of the original articles.
Over the summer, Alex Ragone, City and Country School’s Director of Middle/Upper School, was selected to participate in a book discussion on NPR’s The Takeaway.
City and Country School was briefly mentioned in the recent Wall Street Journal article, “Making a Comeback: Home Ec and Woodshop.”
Reggie Nadelson ’58 filed a report with the BBC on our Centennial and recent Alumni Reunion.
Local paper, The Villager, covered the converging of two neighborhood icons for City and Country’s Archives Exhibit at Jefferson Market Library:
DNAinfo.com covered our Archives Exhibit, “A Century of Learning From Children: Highlights from the City and Country School Archives,” with a focus on how our School influenced, and was greatly influenced by, Greenwich Village.
Director of Admissions, Elise Bauer, and the voices of a few of our students could be heard on Columbia University’s Uptown Radio as well as WBAI last Friday. April 25.
Spring 2013 Newsletter: Dahlov Ipcar (’31) recently spoke with C&C from her home in Maine—just after finishing her usual morning painting. We are fortunate to share some of her reflections on her time at C&C in this Alumna Profile