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Nobles Night: A Celebration of the Castle Project

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Coming Home Again

During my time at Nobles, I’ve been lucky enough to call the Castle home–twice, actually. My first experience as a Castle resident was about discovery, while my second stint was very much about recovery. Truth be told, when I moved … Continue reading

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Grace Under Fire

During the winter of 1945, I was a Sixth Classman housed in the long dorm, atop the Castle, which housed various Sixth and Fifth Classmen, Steve Glidden in charge. One dark night the fire alarm suddenly awakened us, and under Steve’s … Continue reading

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Spaces Transformed

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Bytes of Castle Lore

By Joyce Leffler Eldridge, author of the sesquicentennial history “In Their Voices” In researching the history of Nobles in time for the sesquicentennial, I have unearthed a considerable number of Castle “factoids” not included in Richard T. Flood’s 1966 centennial … Continue reading

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All-League Roommate

On a beautiful day this past May, I had some business in the Dedham area, and decided to drive by Nobles and pay my good friend Brooke Earley Asnis ’90 a visit. “We can take a tour of the Castle … Continue reading

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The Castle, Now and Then

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