Mike Palin's Other Orchestra, featuring percussionist Ed Mann, will perform a concert on Thursday, March 22, in the Hubbard Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free of charge.
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Project Green, a student-led sustainability organization at Loomis, arranged a "sewing bee" in winter term to make re-usable shopping bags out of recycled materials as part of the Boomerang Bags global initiative.
Loomis Chaffee's debate team enjoyed success at a statewide tournament hosted by the Connecticut Debate Association on February 25. Several Loomis debaters will compete at state finals on March 24.
College Level Computer Science students presented their end-of-term projects using Arduino, a small, open-source platform that can be used to create interactive objects.
Loomis' HAX Robotics team completed its excellent season last weekend by winning a competition in Essex, Vermont
Four Loomis varsity teams — girls and boys basketball, boys swimming and diving, and girls ice hockey — captured Founders League titles with victories over the weekend.
The boys ice hockey team defeated Avon Old Farms 4-2 on Saturday, giving the Pelicans their second win over the Winged Beavers this winter.
Christopher K. Norton '76, who has led Loomis Chaffee's Board of Trustees for the last 14 years and whose family has attended Loomis for three generations, will speak at this year's Commencement on Sunday, May 27.
Duncan A.L. MacLean '90 has been appointed as Loomis Chaffee's 14th chair of the Board of Trustees. Duncan will succeed Christopher K. Norton '76, who will conclude his service on the board at the end of June.
HAX Robotics, Loomis' robotics team, won the Connecticut state championship on Saturday, February 17, at Greenwich Academy.