Posted 11/25/2014 09:50AM
Loomis Chaffee alumni and parents are invited to participate in custom-designed travel and education programs through the outreach of the Center for Global Studies.
Posted 11/19/2014 09:28AM
The Office of Experiential Learning & Enrichment Opportunities encourages alumni and parents to engage with students by joining the ExCEL Network.
Posted 11/13/2014 10:52AM
In the early afternoon of September 20, 2014, more than 200 people, including 24 Richmond family members and their guests, gathered in an intimate courtyard just west of Kravis Hall to celebrate the dedication of Loomis Chaffee's newest dormitory, Richmond Hall.
Posted 11/11/2014 12:53PM
Former Trustee John Bussel '87; his mother, Ann B. Bussel; and his sister, Deborah Bussel, recently established, a fund through their family foundation to help Loomis Chaffee students take advantage of opportunities to study and travel abroad offered through the Center for Global Studies.
Posted 10/28/2014 03:55PM
The Loomis Chaffee community welcomes photogravure master Jon Goodman '71 to campus for an exhibition of his work in the Sue and Eugene Mercy, Jr. Gallery in the Richmond Art Center beginning Tuesday, November 4.
Posted 10/24/2014 03:15PM
Declaring "Our Time Is Now," Loomis Chaffee publicly launched a $100 million capital campaign on Thursday night with a heart-warming and heart-felt gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, and campaign co-chair Joel Alvord '56 announced that the school so far has raised $69 million in commitments toward the goal.
Posted 10/21/2014 05:09PM
Eight-term Trustee Andrew M. Carter '58 died on Friday, October 17, 2014, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Posted 10/13/2014 10:14AM
Mezzo-soprano Danielle Coombe '10 visited the Island October 9 and 10. Having recently graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor's degree in music, Danielle returned to share her talent with the community, offering a voice recital Thursday evening in the Hubbard Performance Hall and working with the Chamber Singers in class on Friday morning.
Posted 10/02/2014 02:51PM
Some may think that to "prepare" a piano means to have it in place, dusted, and tuned. But the American composer John Cage (1912–92) wrote specific pieces for "prepared" piano, and visiting pianist and scholar Christopher Durrenberger '84 enlightened the school community about Cage's intentions during his visit to the campus September 28–30. Chris demonstrated to the community that Cage, sometimes dismissed as an eccentric who played around with musical sounds, was a serious composer.
Posted 08/27/2014 12:32PM
Posted 06/16/2014 04:09PM
Hundreds of alumni returned to the Island June 13–15 to celebrate class reunions, reconnect with each other, and catch up on today's school.
Posted 05/29/2014 03:35PM
As part of Reunion Weekend, members of the Class of 1974 will exhibit their artwork, executed over the last 40 years, in the Sue and Eugene Mercy, Jr. Gallery.
Posted 04/04/2014 03:39PM
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 Alumni & Parent Travel Program, sponsored by the Center for Global Studies and the Alumni & Parent Relations Office.
Posted 03/25/2014 10:08AM
As a Villanova senior, Chris founded Main Line Educational Coaching, which continues to grow and thrive now in its fifth year.
Posted 03/11/2014 01:25PM
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.