The Lion's Pride
Spread of COVID-19 Delta Variant Impacts Plans for Homecoming and Reunions
Horace Mann School's annual fall celebrations are once again in jeopardy due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Bethany Donaphin '98 Helps Guide the WNBA's Leading Role in Social Justice Efforts
Horace Mann School alum Bethany Donaphin '98 is a leader among today's professional athletes engaged in pursuing social justice.
Community Mourns the Death of Former HM Faculty Member and Civil Rights Leader Dr. Robert Moses
The Horace Mann School community was deeply saddened by the death of civil rights leader Dr. Robert Parris (Bob) Moses, on July 25, 2021.
In-Person Graduation Returns to HM
On Wednesday, June 16th, 178 members of the Class of 2021 received their diplomas in a socially distanced outdoor ceremony on Alumni Field under sunny skies.
Vaccination and Masks Required for Fall 2021
Our nation's ongoing difficulties with managing the pandemic will compel HM to continue some of our COVID-19 pandemic protocols into the fall.
Horace Mann School Welcomes New Identity, Culture and Institutional Equity (ICIE) Leaders
Horace Mann School has announced the appointment of Christine Moloney as Director of the Office for Identity, Culture and Institutional Equity (ICIE), and Bri'ana Odom as ICIE Associate Director. Jaquan Shaw will continue his work as ICIE Program Associate.
HM Students Shine at NY Alliance Film Festival
Horace Mann School students captured top awards at the sixth annual NY Alliance Film Festival with films they produced in their film studies classes.
Madison Xu '23 Writes Winning Editorial on Anti-Asian Hate for International New York Times Competition
The surge in anti-Asian hate crimes "has rightly sparked protests and outrage" but cannot be addressed effectively "without dismantling Asian stereotypes" writes 16-year-old junior Madison Xu '23.
Nancy Rosoff '78 Initiates Return of Art from Brooklyn Museum to Costa Rica
One of the many ethical issues society faces today concerns the return of art and artifacts to their countries of origin from museums around the world.
Erika Zavaleta '89 Honored for Diversity in Ecology Efforts
Horace Mann School alum Dr. Erika Zavaleta '89 was honored by the Ecological Society of America (ESA) with its prestigious Commitment to Human Diversity in Ecology Award for 2021.