MPS students with Monica Guzman

Searching for Truth and Understanding in a World of Political Polarization

Throughout this past winter, many of you have been following the news of protests and counter-protests on college campuses about a host of issues. While activism and political engagement are important, much of what we have seen lately underscores the deep political polarization that now exists in the United States. It also throws into stark relief our current inability to engage in the type of meaningful dialogue that might lead to understanding rather than vilification and further strife.  

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Get to Know Miss Porter’s Tessa Hailu 

As a Dance Director at an independent school, Tessa works closely with student leaders, local choreographers, and her peers to showcase dance at Porter’s and encourage creativity and self-expression through dance. 


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