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Greg Lynch

Greg Lynch

By Paige Cromwell NEWS Reporter     A mong the Mercersburg faculty who will not be returning next school year is Greg Lynch.He will be going to Chelsea Academy in Front Royal, Virginia, where he will be pursuing an opportunity in senior administration. Lynch says that he is looking forward to bringing an entrepreneurial aspect […]

Carey Kopeikin

Carey Kopeikin

By Michael Betkowski NEWS Reporter     T he school year is ending and so is Carey Kopeikin’s time at Mercersburg Academy. Kopeikin will be taking a position at Choate Rosemary Hall, a boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut. During his time at Mercersburg, Kopeikin worked in the Math Department teaching Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, […]

Phil Kantaros

By Leah McConnell NEWS Reporter   P hil Kantaros, history department faculty member of 15 years, will not be returning next year and will be missed by faculty and students alike. He will be moving to Raleigh, North Carolina to develop a government program at Ravenscroft School. Kantaros has decided he is ready to work […]

Callie Conklin

Callie Conklin

By Benji Cantera NEWS Reporter     F or the past year, Callie Conklin has been the dorm dean and an adviser in South Cottage. When the spring term rolled around, the Conklin’s announced that they would be adding a baby boy to their family. Because Conklin values being available to students and faculty, with […]

Marshall Carroll

Marshall Carroll

By Meghan McGregor NEWS Reporter     M arshall Carroll, the director of library services, is finishing his tenth and final year at Mercersburg Academy. During his tenure here, he has contributed to the community in an abundance of ways; whether it be through coaching, teaching about the importance of intellectual property, or having life-changing […]

Steve Crick

Steve Crick

By Seth Hodges NEWS Reporter     S ince coming to Mercersburg in 2011, Steve Crick has served in the fine arts department as a stage craft teacher and helped with numerous productions in the Burgin Center for the Arts. Over the course of his career in stage production, he has designed and operated over […]

Mercersburg’s wanderer

By Yasy Celikoyar NEWS Reporter A As a tenth grader, Hunter Roberts has already left his mark on Mercersburg’s community. Roberts is the tenth grade class president as well as a Marshall Officer and a future MAPS student. Perhaps more impressive are Roberts’ globetrotting and jetsetting experiences. Mercersburg News: What is your biggest aspiration in […]

A busy time for the Board

A busy time for the Board

By Sophia Divone NEWS Reporter T his year, change has characterized the agenda of the Board of Regents. At the commencement of school year, the members welcomed Katie Titus as the new head of school, and as the year draws to a close, the Board will say goodbye to two retiring regents, David Frantz ’60 […]

A Busy time for the Board

By Sophia Divone NEWS Reporter T his year, change has characterized the agenda of the Board of Regents. At the commencement of school year, the members welcomed Katie Titus as the new head of school, and as the year draws to a close, the Board will say goodbye to two retiring regents, David Frantz ’60 […]

End of an Era: recognizing Rahauser

End of an Era: recognizing Rahauser

By Sophia Divone NEWS Reporter   W hether he is playing guitar for his Spanish class, following up on a lost bicycle report, or delineating proper ham-mock conduct during a lunch announcement, Tom Rahauser always brings humor and energy to his daily interactions with members of the school community. His approaching retirement from the dean […]