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Speech Team Impresses at Tufts Invitational
UA - Communications

On February 25, the Ursuline Academy Speech Team competed at the Tufts University Invitational. Performing in rounds across the university's campus, Ursuline achieved record-breaking results.

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Ashley Thomas '18 medals at All State Track Meet
UA - Communications

Junior Ashley Thomas headed to the All State Track Meet on Sunday, February 26, and brought home a medal for her eighth place finish in the 55 meter sprint, as well as a new school record for the event. At the All State meet, athletes compete across divisions in their respective events. Congratulations, Ashley!

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Students Honored for Creative Endeavors
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On Saturday, March 11 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the 2017 Massachusetts Scholastic Art and Writing Awards regional ceremony will be held, honoring students in grades 7-12 from across the Commonwealth who have received Silver and Gold Keys for their art and writing submissions.

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Ursuline Relay Team Sets State Record
UA Communications

Saturday, January 21 was a milestone day at State Relays for Ursuline's 50 shuttle relay team. Last year, at this same meet, the Ursuline team set a new state record in this event. This year they bettered that mark by .51 seconds. Kelly Cheevers, Caitlin Lewis, Jackie Hayes and Ashley Thomas lowered their elite time from 25.95 to 25.44.

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Ursuline and Xaverian to Partner in Collaborative Concert
UA Communications

On Thursday, February 2, the Xaverian Brothers High School and Ursuline Academy vocal performing groups will join together to perform Together in Harmony: a Collaborative Concert. The event will be held at 7 p.m. in Xaverian's Bisson Foyer at 800 Clapboardtree Street in Westwood. The concert is free and open to the public.

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Environmental Science students study local deer habitat
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Ursuline Academy's Environmental Science classes had a busy fall setting up a long-term research project focused on measuring the impact of deer browsing on the local flora. The initial experimental set-up required the students to build a 10-meter x 10-meter deer exclosure, designed to keep the deer out of a certain area.

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