When Ziyad Duron ’15 was a teenager playing video games, he probably had no idea that he was preparing for his future career, in which the mobile game he created as an undergrad at Cornell would make it onto the front page of the App Store. Family Style, a cooperative multiplayer cooking game, has players racing against the clock as they assemble dishes, trade ingredients, and try to keep their kitchen afloat. It’s fast-paced and fun--and it marks Duron’s successful entry into the competitive field of video game development.
The Webb Schools Dance Company presents Frames Framed Winter Dance Performance 2020 on Friday, 1/31 and Saturday, 2/1 in the Liu/Cheung Theater on Webb's campus. Both shows begin at 7:00pm and free tickets are available here.
The Webb Schools began its second semester on Wednesday with a modified schedule in order to invite Rosetta Lee, a faculty member from Seattle Girls School and national leader in diversity education, to work with faculty, staff and students on inclusivity and diversity at Webb. The student assembly was part of an ongoing effort by Webb to educate the community on issues of gender, race, identity and self.
We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the alumni, parents and friends who came out to celebrate the holidays with Webb this year at events hosted in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, DC and New York. Your presence made all the difference. We know how busy you are, but you still made the time to spend an evening with us reconnecting with friends old and new during this holiday season. Thank you!
We have some great photos to share – please click on the corresponding event flikr links below.