Student Work Related to Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ on Exhibit at Schumann Library
December 20, 2018
In conjunction with the recently wrapped Fenway Frankenstein Festival, Wentworth students reimagined Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein through various mediums. That art is on display in the Guarracino Family Gallery of the Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons through January 8.
September 5, 2019—Beginning in the fall 2020, high school students will have the choice to submit or not submit SAT or ACT scores when applying to the university.
September 4, 2019—The Guarracino Gallery is hosting an exhibit called “TBTwenties: Student Memorabilia and Tools in the 1920s” — a decade of boundless discovery in art, literature, science, and politics.
August 18, 2019—“You are equipped with everything you need to understand and help solve the complex problems of the day and of the future,” Thompson said. “Be intentional about it. Be purposeful about it. Give the world the benefit of your full creative capabilities. It is a world that greatly needs you!”