Next to my desk hangs a photograph of Jackie Robinson that was taken during his fourth season with the Brooklyn Dodgers. It’s a striking image. Robinson stands alone in front of the dugout, hands on his hips, chest out. He stares directly at the viewer, unsmiling.
Every great invention starts with an idea, and sometimes dozens of them! While the Innovation Lab’s impressive array of advanced design and fabrication technologies attracts a lot of attention, the real power of Fay’s Creativity and Design program comes from ideas.
Twenty-three years after they first met at Fay, Kevan FitzGerald and Kim Shames are getting married. While their relationship may not be a classic tale of love at first sight, it’s definitely proof of the adage that true love is worth the wait.
As news of COVID-19 vaccines dominates the headlines, we're reminded of how the science of immunology and vaccine development have transformed the modern world. What you probably don’t know is that the vaccine responsible for nearly eradicating measles from most developed countries can be traced back to Fay School, to one boy, and to one measles outbreak during the winter of 1953-54.
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