FROM THOSE WHO REMEMBER

  • Mystery Homecoming

    By Price Lab History on September 13, 2019
    Go comment! Fall is almost here and with it come the memories of many Homecomings past.

    For this week's mystery photo we're asking you to name the year for the featured Homecoming celebration and the members of the court.

    (Bonus poin...
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  • Making mobiles

    By Dr. Seon Chun-Burbank on August 20, 2013
    Go comment! I collected my dissertation data at MPLS. Teachers, administrators, parents, and children were so helpful and supportive. Having MPLS nearby helped me to complete my doctorate on-time so I could get a full-time job (so that I could stay at US not going back to Korea.) Thank you...
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  • In Memory of Larry Taylor, class of 1965

    By Lynn E. Nielsen on July 10, 2013
    1 Comment In the Autumn of a Friendship

    We came up on Merner Street,
    I on the east and he on the west.
    Our growing was almost parallel
    Like the maples of Merner
    That told the spring yards where to stop.

    Resembling those broad-shade gian...
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  • Salad Days

    By Paul Stokstad on July 09, 2013
    Go comment! Just like a salad, my time at the lab school is a jumble of things... a leafy green memory here, some faded, and a thousand islands of impressions, visual and tactile moments, embarrassingly immature situations, elements of wistful romance, et al.

    I could write a...
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  • Camera, Action, Lights - Science and Me

    By Lyn Le Countryman on July 08, 2013
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    One day, while reading the job announcements in the Des Moines Register, my husband said to me, “There is a science job at the Lab School. You should apply.” I was just finishing graduate work on my doctorate and I had planned to stay home with my young daughte...

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  • Double Memories

    By Mary Flannery Brown on July 07, 2013
    Go comment! I have memories of being at the Lab school with my dad, Cliff Flannery, who was custodian there from roughly 1959-1971. Sometimes I would go with him when he went down into the bowels of the school under the swimming pool to add the chemicals to the water. There were all thes...
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  • THANK YOU

    By Evan Shanley on June 29, 2013
    Go comment! Love the skeleton of this page. Thanks for doing this. I think and hope this will serve as a great place for alumni to remember our school fondly. I also love the commemorative plaza and monument idea. I feel like this page is offering a healthy, constructive outlet for everyon...
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  • NUHS Sports 
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  • Drama and Theatre 
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  • If the Green Tiles Could Talk
  • Did I Really Wear that to Prom?
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  • Classmates Gone but not Forgotten
  • The Lab School Legacy
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