• Memories of Math - Math Counts

    By Price Lab History on April 02, 2021
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    As former faculty members begin to work on the history of the Price Laboratory School Math Department we'll be highlighting stories and memories of Math at PLS.

    We hope you'll enjoy them and that they might stir up memories of your own to share with us!



  • The 'big side' of the library

    By David Chung on June 23, 2016
    Go comment! My father was old school, he was professor at UNI, a gentleman and a scholar. He loved my mother and us kids deeply. not only was he a gentleman, he was a 'gentle' man. Quiet, unassuming, not given to self-promotion, slow to anger -- that was my father.

    I do remem...
  • Recollections from the 1960s

    By Bill Sindlinger on June 15, 2016
    11 Comments I transcended all three final eras of the Lab School, graduating in the Class of 1969. I grew up with ISTC, entered SCHS and graduated from NUHS. In deciding to write down the following memories and recollections, I decided to list them numerically, rather than try to put the...
  • Lessons learned from Mr. B and contest speech 30+ years later

    By Kerisa Keeka Chung Baedke on July 16, 2015
    Go comment! I shared this on Facebook and Judy Finkelstein asked me to share it here as well.

    I wanted to share something here. It is a big thank you to Mr. B. and to the amazing speech students who went before me and those who competed in IHSSA with me. Last week I had my big...
  • Where I Grew Up

    By Old Alumnus on November 09, 2014
    Go comment! I was a student at Price Lab many years ago when the school was still bustling with young children and busy teachers. My memories of the school are in bits and pieces, broken up by the slow onslaught of time. And yet they are there, vivid at times, stark and salient. It is a...
  • Dr. Max Hosier: the Ultimate Role Model

    By David Hanawalt on September 30, 2014
    2 Comments I have so many memories of MPLS, that I could probably fill a book with them. However, our teachers and their impact on me is where I seem to focus first. When considering our teachers, I think of Miss Struble, Mr. Butzier, Mr. Scovel, Mr. Reichmann, and coach Aldrich. The last...
  • A Start in Theater

    By David Adamson on May 29, 2014
    Go comment! I have many wonderful memories of the Lab School – mostly from working on plays but also from all the other activities and classes and friendships that sprung from going to that remarkable school – starting with Kindergarten in the little wooden buildings where the ...

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