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Alumna Gabriella Morrison and Husband Teach Straw Bale Construction

What if you could build your home in such a way that it not only made use of waste materials but was healthier, more beautiful, and more cost-effective than the typical modern house? For the past 6 years, Maharishi School ‘89 Alumna Gabriella Morrison (formerly Stupakoff) and her husband, Andrew Morrison, have been helping people do just that. Through their company,, Andrew and Gabriella make it possible for people around the world build their own... Read More »

Chetana Daniels Takes the Reins for the Mt. Holyoke College Western Team

Like most seven-year-old girls, Chetana Daniels loved horses. Unlike most seven-year-old girls, she took home blue ribbons to show for it. Now, 14 years later, Chetana has taken her equestrian achievements to a whole new level. For the past 12 months, Chetana has been competing in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) with the Mt. Holyoke College Western Team in South Hadley, Massachusetts. “Competing at the collegiate level is very different,” Chetana says. “The schools supply... Read More »

Alumni Play Role in School Developments

In addition to creating infrastructures to connect alumni, the newly founded Office of Alumni Relations serves another vital role: a channel for communication. “We want to have an open dialogue between the school and its alumni,” Dr. Beall told those gathered at the alumni focus group on February 3rd, 2011. Changes are taking place within Maharishi School as it moves into a new era, and feedback from alumni plays a key part in this progress. For... Read More »

Alumni Come Together to Give Input on New Office

On February 3rd, 2011, the parlor of Maharishi School filled up with two unusual things: alumni from classes ranging 1987 right on up through 2006—and pizza. More than just an alumni reunion, the meeting brought nearly two decades of former Maharishi School students together to provide input on the new Office of Alumni Relations. Maharishi School’s Office of Alumni Relations came into being with the mission to connect former students with each other, the school, and... Read More »

Google Launches App by Jarvis

Jonathan Jarvis from Google’s Creative Lab, and son of Carol Jarvis of Farifield, developed the free Android phone app “Androidify” released by Google’s Creative Lab Feb. 14 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. “The app was developed – characters, etc. – by my son Jonathan,” said Jarvis. “People can develop their own personalized avatars or androids – loads of fun!” App users can personalize their own avatars, starting with the standard green android as... Read More »

David Nayan — From Business Through Politics to World Peace

reposted from MUM News & Achievements 01/31/11 David Nayan was born in Colombia and moved to Fairfield at age eight. He attended Maharishi School and received a B.A. in Business Administration from Maharishi University of Management along with an Outstanding Business Student Award and the first Dr. Tony Nader award. David has always been interested in leadership — he served as student body president both at Maharishi School and MUM. He became a Teacher of the... Read More »

Heather Chase, Class of 1990, Award-Winning Author and Activist, Honored on International Peace Day

Video Interview with Heather Chase Heather Chase and her husband Ken Beller were guests at the International Peace Day festival, September 21, at Maharishi School, inspiring us with stories from their award-winning book Great Peacemakers: True Stories from Around the World. "There are as many ways to make peace in the world as there are people in the world," Heather shared. "Each of us can make a difference in our own special way." She encouraged the... Read More »

Alumnus Atish Dey Qualifies for National Ethics Tournament

Reprinted form University of Iowa Honors Program, December 2010 The University of Iowa Ethics Bowl Team qualified for the 2011 National Ethics Tournament through competing at Harper College in the 2010 Upper Midwest Regional Ethics Bowl Conference, held November 13 in Palatine, IL. Iowa's Ethics Bowl Team of four students qualified for the 2011 National Tournament.Iowa’s four competitors were Atish Dey, a third-year major in Biochemistry, Mathematics, and Pre-Medicine from Fairfield, IA; Hemali Batra, a third-year... Read More »


Haiyin on Why Maharishi School Students Achieve So Much

In 2010 and 2011 nine students at our school won national awards or scholarships for their achievements in academic areas. Two students won such awards at... 
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US Students Visit Sicily: EEG To Demonstrate Brain Effects

English translation of the press release that appeared in Italian newspapers announcing the arrival of Maharishi School seniors: Better Brains, Less Stress With Student Meditation. US... 
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