LIVINGSTON, NJ — LANCETalks, the intellectually stimulating and soul-stirring live presentations by Livingston students and staff, has been recognized as a Promising Practice by Character.org as an exemplary model of character development. The community will have the opportunity to experience this TED conference-inspired (and now award-winning) program at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in the Livingston High School (LHS) auditorium.
The talks cover a variety of topics, including living internationally, the arts, music and humor, and sciences. The titles alone are intriguing, “The Joy of Hacking,” “How a Nerd Became a Pole Vaulter,” and “It’s Not Just About the Cookies” to name a few.
Presenting in the 2017 edition: Isabelle Talamas, Mary Walmsley, Max Shapiro, Mike Munley, Jared Kirsch, Matt Geyman, Vamshi Eppanapally, Arden Intile, Giovanni Ianniello, Chuck Downing, Andrew Huang, Paul Raiz, Callista Huang, Vivian Lee, Priansh Shah, John Qian, Emily Moskowitz, Alex Franchino, Kevin Sweeny, Mike Pizzone, Nathan Davidovich, Alexa Daily, Noor Khan, Guy Rabner, Matt Quan, Bronawyn O’Leary, Molly Daniels, and Rachel Denker.
The talks were recently presented to the senior class. The presenters spoke from their heart, shared life experiences, and made an impact on those in attendance.
Modeled in the vein of a TED conference, LANCETalks is a series of intellectually stimulating and soul-stirring, live presentations from a mix of both teachers and students, each 13 minutes in length, covering a variety of different subjects from the brightest and best that LHS has to offer.
See menu of talks by clicking HERE.
The encore performance is free and open to the public.