Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Noah Yonack of St. Mark's School will be Reading His Paper "Helpless Animals: Axiomatic Paralysis in Dubliners" at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium Hosted by The Oakridge School

The Oakridge School congratulates Noah Yonack of the St. Mark’s School. He will be presenting his paper, “Helpless Animals: Axiomatic Paralysis in Dubliners,” at the 2013 Dubliners Colloquium on February 6th.

Noah Yonack is a senior at the St. Mark’s School of Texas. He is a vice-chairman on the School’s community service board, the news editor on the The ReMarker school newspaper, and is a member of the Telos mentoring society, the varsity cross country team, and the tennis team. He will be studying mechanical and electrical engineering at Harvard University next fall.

Mr. Yonack will be reading his paper during the first block of presentations in a session entitled “Cyclical Lives in the Narratives of Joyce’s Dubliners.”  The location of the session will be announced soon.

Noah Yonack's Colloquium Paper

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