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Eight finalists compete for three cash prizes in the annual Dunn School Speech Competition.
Students and faculty log more than a thousand hours of community service at Rancho Allegre, Direct Relief, the Santa Ynez Valley Botanic Garden and Dunn School during the annual Day of Caring.
The Diversity Committee helps students see the difficulty of completing simple tasks for people who are blind or unable to use an arm.
Max Werk '05 and business partner Chris Kunkle show students how they combined their talents to turn their favorite hobbies into a profitable business.
Eli Mochel and Matthew Ater talk about bringing their favorite sport to Dunn, Ultimate Frisbee.
As student government completes their roster, representatives talk about what it means to them to serve and introduce the nonprofit they'll champion for the year.
Coaches award the best of the best during Wednesday afternoon's Fall Sports Awards ceremony.
Self defense class empowers female students with knowledge about sexual assault, giving them the confidence to fight back.
Hodgkins survivor Jack Marshall Shimko '99 started the nonprofit, We Are Ocean, to introduce other cancer survivors to the healing power of the ocean. His story was featured in the April edition of Riviera magazine.
Laura Marcus shares her passion for volleyball, songwriting and teaching students at both the middle school and upper school.