Aaron Hull

LWVG to Host Third Annual Harvard Case Discussion

Why did democratic governance in 1861 break down to the point where the country split in two? Was civil war inevitable or avoidable? These are some of the questions that will be discussed at a Nov. 12 event sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greenwich, together with the Greenwich Historical Society and the Greenwich High School Social Studies Department. read more...

GHS Students National Champions in Virtual Supreme Court Competition

On May 18, The Harlan Institute and The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource) hosted the championship round of the fifth annual National Virtual Supreme Court Competition for high school students. The competition was hosted in the Supreme Court Institute Moot Court Room at Georgetown University Law Center, where two teams of talented high school students argued the case of Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer in front of a panel of nine judges in a small-scale replica of the courtroom at the United States Supreme Court. read more...

GHS Junior Wins UCONN Martin Luther King Essay Contest

Greenwich High School (GHS) junior Naureen Kurji was been selected as the winner of the 2016 University of Connecticut (UCONN) Martin Luther King Jr. Day Essay Contest in the 11-12 Grade category. Naureen is a student in GHS teacher Aaron Hull’s Civics 500 class and submitted her essay to UCONN as part of a class project. Mr. Hull said, “Naureen’s essay ties together the Michael Brown murder, MLK’s “I have a dream” message, and her experiences in Greenwich and Fairfield County in a powerful piece.” Naureen, her family and her teacher Mr. Hull will attend UCONN’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration on Jan. 18 in Storrs. read more...