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Keystone Stands with Elephants and Rhinos
Posted 10/20/2017 10:41AM

Again this year, the Keystone community united in support of the global movement against elephant and rhino poaching, and to show our solidarity with the world by marching around the school grounds. Organized by the Student Service Council, this symbolic march on October 19 was a testament to Keystone's stance against the ivory and rhino horn trade.

After the march, each student pledged to continue to learn about the poaching crisis and illegal trade, and to support the preservation of these species for generations to come.

In celebration of these giants, choristers sang songs, and students recited poems and played live music culminating in a flash mob dance to the beat of African drums.

The Keystone Magazine

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    • Monday - December 11, 2017 Keystone Education Salon Series: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik at Keystone - the child prodigy who changed the world 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMMulti-purpose Hall
    • Thursday - November 30, 2017 Keystone Education Salon Series: Xi Chuan and An Zhaoning - A Dialogue with a Young Poet 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMMulti-purpose Hall
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