The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

The Second Annual Spoon Game

Sammy Ross '23, Staff Writer May 28, 2023

In April of last year, the Class of 2022 — graduating seniors at the time — created and played the Loomis Chaffee Spoon Game, a version of the popular “Senior Assassin” game that designates a plastic...

Slavery and Loomis Chaffee: An Ethical History Project

Ella Somberg '24, Staff Writer May 28, 2023

What is a legacy? Who will and who will not be remembered? Loomis Chaffee is an institution whose history is deeply intertwined with that of Connecticut and the Northeast. The story of the founders has...


StuCo Passes the Gavel

Sandro Mocciolo '23, News Section Editor May 28, 2023

On May 16, the Loomis Chaffee Student Council transitioned from its Class of 2023 officers to the leadership of the next school year’s rising seniors. Next year’s Student Council President will be...

Holocaust Survivor Visits Loomis Chaffee

Sally Hayes '25, Social Media Manager May 28, 2023

On Thursday, May 11, Ruth Weiner, a Holocaust survivor, came to Hubbard Performance Hall and graciously shared her story. The event was made possible by the Rubenstein Family Holocaust Education Fund,...

Loomis Chaffee Hosts Sustainability Summit

Ashley Jun '26, Staff Writer May 28, 2023

Last month in April, Loomis Chaffee’s Alvord Center for Global and Environmental Studies and the E-Proctors hosted an interscholastic sustainability summit on campus, inviting over fifty students from...

Prospective Pelicans Preview the Island

Alex Park, Contributor April 4, 2023

March 28, March 30, April 4, and April 5 served as this year’s Pelican Preview Days, Loomis Chaffee’s long-lasting tradition of introducing newly admitted students to the community. Accepted students...

Sammy Chongs exhibition piece

Visiting Artist Sammy Chong Complements New Student Art Collections

Ellen Chen '25, Contributor April 2, 2023

The first thing you see when you walk through the door is the artist. He has the head of a pig, with “猪” the Chinese character for pig, written in gold on the snout. He is painting, hands stained...

CL Immigration Class Hosts Symposium

CL Immigration Class Hosts Symposium

Savannah Mills-Hall '23 and Terrence Fuller '23, Contributors February 24, 2023

On January 19, students gathered in the Nee Room to listen to presentations and discussions on the current status of immigration in the United States. The event was hosted by Ms. Reem Aweida-Parsons’s...

A snapshot of the new sugar shack on Faculty Row.

Sweetening the Tapping Season with the New Sugar Shack

David Liu '25, Contributor February 24, 2023

With Loomis Chaffee’s maple sugaring operation only becoming more expansive, a team of community members constructed a sugar shack this month to boost the efficiency of the program.  The sugar shack...

Norton Center Announces Financial Literacy Series

Jim Le '23, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

On Monday, September 12, the Norton Center saw the long-awaited return of the Financial Literacy Seminar Series. The seminars incorporate many of the same topics as previous years, but will start in the...

A Recap of Loomis Chaffee’s Opening Days

Zaylie Gore '24, Contributor October 14, 2022

Since the start of the school year, the Loomis Chaffee community witnessed an exciting return to normality as they participated in the opening days free from the restrictions of COVID-19 policies. Opening...

Log Investigates: The New Friday Schedule

David Liu '25, Contributor October 14, 2022

With each new school year, Loomis Chaffee introduces new regulations and policies dedicated to improving both academic and extracurricular life on the Island. This year, the school implemented a new Friday...

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