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Marymount plans fully in-person return in fall

Marymount University plans fully in-person instruction in the fall, university officials say, along with a return to a more “normal” college experience for students in regard to resident life, athletics and campus activities. For both the fall 2020 and spring...

Update: Inclusive-theater troupe moves online for new shows

In a COVID world, sometimes the show can’t go on. But for the ArtStream troupe, that simply wasn’t an option.

Langley School successfully completes food drive

While the COVID pandemic meant students and staff at the Langley School in McLean were unable to conduct an in-person “Day of Giving” for 2021, the school community rallied to support the broader community with a food drive. For three...

School Board members to discuss budget plans

What are Fairfax County Public Schools’ priorities for its schools in next year’s budget? How are officials thinking about capital plans and what activities and initiatives are they prioritizing as the pandemic abates? The McLean Citizens Association invites the public...

Fairfax Schools & Military, 3/11/21 edition

News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces: Marcus Alvarez of McLean has been named to the president’s list for the fall semester at Cabrini University. Virginia Lucey, the daughter of David and Katherine Lucey of...

Arlington Schools & Military, 3/11/21 edition

News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces. Mateo Quitin Lauron earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics during recent commencement exercises at Indiana University.Mia Jewell of Arlington has been named to the high...

Oakcrest School preps lecture on medieval literature

Oakcrest School’s Annual O’Donovan Humanities Lecture will be held on Saturday, March 13 at 7 p.m. on campus and online, featuring a talk on “Beauty, Piety and Fun in Medieval Literature” by Dr. Evelyn Birge Vitz, professor emerita of...

Mason picks up increasing number of research grants

George Mason University has made “significant gains” in research funding, according to university officials, with its efforts buoyed by programs in social sciences and computer and information sciences. Total research funding for Mason in fiscal year 2019 was $186 million...

Fairfax students gear up for National Science Bowl

Students from a number of schools across the Sun Gazette coverage area will be participating in regional competition of the National Science Bowl, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. BASIS Independent McLean, Cooper Middle School, Longfellow Middle School, Nysmith...

Fairfax Schools & Military, 3/4/21 edition

News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces. * Elizabeth Axtell of McLean earned a master’s in nursing degree during recent commencement exercises at Marquette University. * Kyle Connery of McLean earned a bachelor of arts...
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