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Speak4Cambridge – Reflections on the 2019 Tornado

Speak4Cambridge – Reflections on the 2019 Tornado By Finley Caughran, Class of 2021 On October 20th, a tornado shook Cambridge to its core. In the middle of my critical junior year, the school was left on its own to find a new home for over 100 students, yet Cambridge is defined by more than some […]


Cambridge Theater

Cambridge Theater By Allison Peterman, Class of 2022 I have been a member of The Cambridge School of Dallas theater program for a number of years, and the amount of talent I have seen in each play hits me in a different way every time. The plays are rarely ever similar, they range from Victorian […]


A Well-Performed Play

A Well-Performed Play By Morgan Crain, Director of Student Life My hometown has an annual Shakespeare in the Park festival, with weeks of three rotating plays performed by professional actors. Every time I attend, I marvel at the range of viewers. People from all walks of life, some of whom you really wouldn’t expect to […]


Prof. Robson’s Praxis Practice: Sensates

Prof. Robson’s Praxis Practice: Sensates 6/27/18 Below Cambridge Professor of Art Brenda Robson reflects upon Summer Praxis and the Sensates practice she selected while on vacation in London. “The Cambridge School of Dallas’ “homework” for this summer is to experience places of rest. I chose the Sensates (meditation on God’s creation in the form of praise […]


Junior Victoria Taylor wins Congressional Art Competition

Junior Victoria Taylor wins Congressional Art Competition 4/23/18 On Friday, April 20th, Cambridge Junior Victoria Taylor was selected as the Grand Prize Winner of the 30th District of Texas Congressional Art Competition. Her piece will hang in the Cannon Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol Building for an entire year, with other winning pieces from around […]