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Landscape paintings inspire second graders in Monique Astengo-Rosen's class to brainstorm descriptive words and write poems.
Students in Stephanie Behrens' eighth-grade science class conducted an experiment on campus that involved throwing neon-colored paper and straws around. The project, known as the O-wing experiment, tested how far paper airplanes with different wing sizes could fly.
Sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s mother, Léonie Gilmour, was one of the earliest graduates of the Workingman’s School, which later became Ethical Culture School. This week, Japanese researcher Nori Otsubo visited Ethical Culture to explore the connection between the school and the artist’s creative ethos.