Girls learning, leading, succeeding
Alumnae
2017 She Sails

Afternoon Activities

2-3 p.m.

Shipley Gym

  • Candy Bar/Buffet
  • Community Service Projects

    • Support the She Sails “Care Kits” Drive, in partnership with Boston Health Care for the Homeless. Bring granola bars, deodorant, band aids, antibiotic ointment, socks, toothbrushes/toothpaste, sunscreen and lip balm for kits, and help assemble those kits
    • Selfie Photo Booth
  • Dana Hall Faculty Jug Band
  • Sustainability Project

Dance Studios

  • Hosted Gathering for Women of Color and LGBTQ Connect with alumnae, other She Sails attendees and current students. All are welcome.

Fencing Studio 

  • Coffee and Chocolate (Harbor Sweets!)
  • Networking Activities   
  • Book signings: Pamela Lasher Hull '59, Megan Birmingham Wolf '03, Nancy Rich, Jonathan Pond P05, 08, 12
  • Dana Hall Girls Summer Leadership and Entrepreneurship Programs 
  • Merchandise Sales

Shipley Classroom

  • Communicating Science: PowerPoint presentation and discussion led by Kate Field ’69, Professor, Department of Microbiology, Director, Bioenergy Education Initiative and Director, BioResource Research at Oregon State University.

Shipley Hallway

Dragons Den Merchandise Sales

Student Hub

  • Charting our History: Student journalists hone their interview and writing skills as they speak with alumnae from the classes of 1967 and 1972. The alumnae stories and reflections will form a special “She Sails 2017” edition of the student online newspaper, The Hallmanac.           

At the Registration Tables in Hallway

  • New Family Welcome Parent Ambassadors will be on hand to meet and welcome newly admitted Dana families.

List of 3 items.

  • Senior Sophomore

    Favorite Dana Tradition
  • Latin American Studies

    Favorite Dana Class
  • Teacher - Student Relationships

    Dana Influence

List of 1 items.

  • Testimonials - Claudine

    “I am very proud to be a Dana Hall graduate and a Wheaton College student. At this point in my life, there is still no greater accomplishment."
    - Claudine 13