The SEM Weekly

  • Evening Open House Oct. 18

  • Cross Country Speeding Through the 2018 Season
    Sports

    Cross Country Speeding Through the 2018 Season

    Steve Mikos, Cross Country Coach

    October 1, 2018

    SEM Varsity picked-up its first win of the season versus Cardinal O'Hara in League Meet # 1 (the East Aurora Invitational) on Sept. 22. What a race. With the temperature near 75 degrees and the humidity near 100% our SEM girls were excellent again. We faced Mt. St. Mary Academy and Cardinal ...

    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

  • Exciting Beginning for 2018-2019 Res Life
    Residential Life

    Exciting Beginning for 2018-2019 Res Life

    Jocelyn Yang, Contributor

    October 1, 2018

    The SEM residential program drove headlong into a new year with excitement and new faces this September. Leading up a kick-off campfire party in the Magavern-Sutton Courtyard, a total of 17 new students and 18 returning students within eight different countries get on board to begin their residential...

    The 2018-2019 residential faculties and students gathered at a kicked-off campfire party in the Magavern-Sutton Courtyard on August, 31.

  • Faculty News Fall 2018

    Faculty News Fall 2018

    Erin Kelly, Managing Editor

    September 10, 2018

    SEM opens this fall with optimism and excitement about what the new year holds. SEM graduates Molly O'Connor Greene '98, Ann Goldman More '79, and Laura Munson '79 are thrilled to be joined by alumna Julianna Glauser Jordan '05 on the faculty and staff at SEM this school year. Julianna ...

Cross Country Constantly Improves Takes 5th at Allegany Invitational

Athletes of the Week Erin Griffis & Zoe Knauss

October 1, 2018

We announced two Athletes of the Week on Sept. 24:  Erin Griffis '19 and Zoë Knauss '19 covering the weeks of Sept. 17 and Sept. 24. SOCCER:...

View All
Exciting Beginning for 2018-2019 Res Life
View All
Artie Award Nominations for SEM’s Theater Director
This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing Plays to Full Houses

This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing Plays to Full Houses

March 19, 2018

Buffalo Seminary Theatre presented the 2018 spring play, This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing this past weekend. After a month...

New Blue of Yale Visits SEM

New Blue of Yale Visits SEM

March 12, 2018

Yale's New Blue all-woman a cappella group shared a bill with the Semachords at SEM on Saturday night in the chapel singing to a packed house....

View All
SEM’s Trans-ition
Message from Head of School

Message from Head of School

Dear SEM Community, I hope you had a good long weekend filled with family. I spent wonderful time with family but, as head of school, I also spent...

View All
State of Service at SEM

State of Service at SEM

Adapted from Kyle Hopkins's Community Service Awards address in Morning Meeting on May 30. The...

We Liked It, and Put a Ring on It!

We Liked It, and Put a Ring on It!

Class rings are one of the most traditional and iconic aspects of someone's high school experience. Whether...

View All
State of Service at SEM

Kyle Hopkins, Community Service Board Faculty Advisor
June 4, 2018

Adapted from Kyle Hopkins's Community Service Awards address in Morning Meeting on May 30. The state of Community Service @ SEM is good! And, there were a lot of new things happening! This year, with Katie Gibbons at the helm, the Community Service Board launched a new initiative - Service Tuesdays.   For several months of the year, every Tuesday, SEM students would go to an organization...

SEM Squared: Sister-Sisters

Grace Heidinger, Contributor
June 4, 2018

What would it be like going to high school with your sister or even sisters? For the 2017-2018 school year, there are 12 sets of sisters who go to SEM together. Some who see each other all the time and some who only see each other when they pass each other in the hallway. They're sisters literally and they're sisters figuratively, as are all who have attended SEM. While seniors Brooke Pohlman...

When in Pittsburgh… And You’re Not on a College Tour

Grace Heidinger, Contributor
April 23, 2018

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, also known as "The Steel City" and more recently "The City of Champions" is filled with everything from unique neighborhoods to tasty restaurants. As for the geographic aspect, three rivers flow through the city: the Ohio, the Alleghany, and the Monongahela. Where there are rivers, there are bridges and there are over 400 throughout the city - the most in one city throughout the...

View All

AmazonSmile Shop for SEM! Give at no cost to you.

Advertisement
SEARCH
Archive
SEM news and announcements for students, faculty, parents & alumnae
SEM news and announcements for students, faculty, parents & alumnae