A group of alumni and Alec McCandless, the Christopher H. Lutz director of the Center the Global Studies, spent eight days in March exploring the natural beauty of Costa Rica as part of the Parent and Alumni Travel Programs, sponsored by the Center for Global Studies and the Alumni & Parent Relations Office.
A generous gift of $3 million from Alexander M. Cutler '69 and his wife, Sarah S. Cutler, of Cleveland, Ohio, will enable Loomis Chaffee to renovate Gwendolen Hall and transform it into a dormitory for at least 22 students and two faculty families. Sandy and Sally will rename the building Cutler Hall, honoring the three generations of the Cutler family that have graduated from the school.
Miriam Butterworth, a 1936 graduate of The Chaffee School met with the History Department to discuss and demonstrate a map she created that represents U.S. military and covert interventions in other countries in the 20th century.
The Loomis Chaffee boys varsity basketball team faced a team of competitive alumni in the annual Bennett Meyers Memorial Alumni/Varsity Basketball Game and managed to pull out a 4-point win in Olcott Gym on Saturday, January 11.
Loomis Chaffee's very own Chuck "Bruno" Vernon received a rare and distinguished honor prior to the start of the Boston Blades professional women's hockey game on Saturday for his part in promoting the development of women's hockey. Chuck, along with other honored guests stood at center ice for a ceremonial puck drop after a brief ceremony in their honor.