Before You Take Off for Summer Vacation, Take a Copy of the Cortile Magazine with You!

The Spring/Summer 2018 issue of The Cortile is available online.  You may access your copy by clicking here.  

 

Our Head's Corner provides information about what's in store. 

As the 2017-18 school year comes to a close, students, faculty and staff are looking forward to enjoying the carefree days of summer. With IB exams and graduation behind them, eighty St. Stephen’s seniors are contemplating a variety of options, creative endeavors, stimulating challenges, and all that awaits them at university. But before new beginnings and summer holidays, there’s one more thing we hope you’ll do: read the latest issue of The Cortile magazine! 

Our idea for this edition started off with wanting to promote the exceptional writing, design and artistic talent within our current students and parents, as well as our alumni and former parents. As usual, we were delightfully surprised by the extraordinary submissions we received. As a result, there’s so much in store for you in our Spring/Summer issue, starting with a compelling selection from our Creative Writing students, winners of the Scholastic Writing Awards, inspired as always by the Arts Department’s Creative Writing teacher and award-winning author and poet, Moira Egan.

And there's so much more. To continue reading, click here and scroll to page 3.

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The ISMTF Junior Math Competition Starts Today!

ISMTF Math Competition
March 9 - 11
 
More than 150 students from more than 40 schools from around the world are competing for the top spot in this junior mathematics competition hosted by St Stephen's School and the International Schools Mathematics Teacher's Foundation. Teams and coaches are arriving Friday, March 9th and will head out on a walking tour of the Colosseum and ancient Rome.
 
The games begin on Saturday, March 10th and conclude Sunday, March 11th with closing ceremonies. 
 
Stay tuned throughout the weekend for photos and updates! Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages. 
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Gender & Food Security Lecture with Muiu, WFP Director of Gender Office,Tuesday, March 6th at the Cultural Center

St. Stephen's Cultural Center & Arcadia University 

 

present a World Food Program Event: 

 

Empowering Women in Development

 

Tuesday, March 6 at 6:30 p.m.

in the SSS Cultural Center, Via Aventina 1

 

Special Guest Speaker

Kawinzi Muiu, WFP Director of Gender Office

 

Arcadia University Italy Program Director, Tina M Rocchio with Villanova University Department of Communication Professor Billie Murray as Special Guest Moderator welcome Kawinzi Muiu, Director of Gender Office at WFP in a discussion about gender, development and food security with Arcadia University Rome Center's UN Familiarisation Group.
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