Winterim is the centerpiece of Lawrence Academy's commitment to immersive education -- learning in the concrete and physical world of activity as a complement to learning in the vicarious and symbol-filled world of traditional classrooms.
Note: Individual programs are subject to change.
The Winterim program is an opportunity to explore a broader range of subjects and skills than is otherwise possible in a regular classroom. In that spirit, student reporters assist the LA communications staff in covering their classmates' experiences, while gaining some knowledge of their own.
For a more historical perspective, check out the 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015 Winterim Blogs (posted together below). You may also view 2014, 2013, the 2012 Winterim Photo Gallery, and the 2011 Winterim Blog.
Our hashtag on social media is #LAWinterim.
By Mark Bedetti '19
The bustle of people of all ages shuffling down the sidewalk of one of the most popular destinations in the Boston area is nowhere near enough to block out the gem that is Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage on a corner of Harvard Square.
Walking in through the front door was the first shock that I received that afternoon. I had just entered, what seemed to me, an entirely different world. Waiters and waitresses weaved their ways swiftly between the maze of chairs the main …
by Maksim Tochilkin ‘19
After a snow storm on the fourth day of Winterim and consequently a day off for every on-campus program, the Winterim News Team was ready and excited to explore the gorgeous city of Providence on Friday, March 9, and check out the Providence College men's ice hockey team take on the University of Maine.
However, we all figured that this task would demand a good deal of energy and decided to fill up our tanks at Julian’s restaurant, wisely suggested by …
by Spencer Akers '18
Lawrence Academy's Winterim News Team had a chance to enjoy lunch at "Tavern in the Square" last Tuesday after seeing The Post -- at nearby O'Neil Cinema -- an exhilarating movie capturing a critical moment in history.
The restaurant is an upscale sports bar, but it's not a rowdy, particularly at lunch. The staff is quite organized for it being such a casual place. Well-dressed and attentive, when people are eating -- and servers are in between plates -- they are…
By Vivian Liu '18
The weather was a little depressing on the second day of Winterim, but it didn’t affect the high morale of the news team.
After some hard work in the morning, we decided to go out for a lunch at the Pressed Café, suggested by the Communication's Office Hailey Wall '12, and located just a short drive from campus at 108 Spit Brook Rd, Nashua, NH.
We arrived at The Pressed Café around noon. It had simple decorations and a "neat" environment. During the busy …
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