The Columns is Chatham Hall's student-led newspaper. Members of the journalism class as well as student volunteers contribute articles, stories, and editorials several times a year. Read the latest below.
Fall Sports at Chatham Hall are a favorite for many, with Tennis, Volleyball, and Field Hockey kicking off the team sports, and Yoga, Dance, and Theater working hard off the field. Chatham Hall is known for a strong sense of community and camaraderie among students, and this bond carries over into athletics.
In our minds color is associated with everything and anything. Greens, blues, and reds can come together to form memories and places. Gold and purple can represent a home, such as the one all of us live in every day in these familiar rooms and halls. Color can represent so much; including people.
This year, Chaplain Barksdale and Mother Becky hope to engage the community in chapel services even further than in recent years. Chaplain Barksdale believes now that we are finally able to fully gather as a community safely since the pandemic, it is time to fully engage, “Coming out of COVID, I felt like it was especially important for us to establish community and build community.”
School is back in session, and many Chatham Hall students have returned to old routines and schedules of the school year. While all of the returning students have already returned to their old habits, the freshmen are still creating their daily routines to fit their new life at Chatham Hall.