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2017 Logos
Posted 05/12/2017 05:33PM

Student Literary-Arts magazine dedicates issue to Ms. Vardi

This year's Logos, the Bullis literary-arts magazine, features a wide variety of poetry, prose and artwork by Upper School students. "Your work and courage inspire us and help us to know that literature and the arts are alive and well at Bullis," writes the staff in the book's acknowledgements.

This year's edition is dedicated to Ms. Lisa Vardi, history teacher and director of cross-divisional curriculum. "Ms. Vardi has touched the hearts of many students while fostering a love of history and culture," writes the staff. "Ms. Vardi continues to impact the entire community of Bullis School through her diligence, warmth, and passion for education. It is with much love and admiration that we recognize Ms. Vardi's inedelible mark on the artistic and linguistic legacy of Bullis."

Download the 2017 issue of Logos.

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