Clint Smith will visit Loomis Chaffee on Monday, April 15, as a visiting author for English Colloquium. The public is invited to attend his evening talk on April 15 in Hubbard Performance Hall at 7 p.m. Admission is free of charge, and copies of Mr. Smith's book, Counting Descent, will be available for purchase.
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Junior Anya Sastry helped to organize a 500-strong walk-out and rally in her hometown of Chicago earlier this month as part of a global Youth Climate Strike against global warming and climate change.
Congratulations to Loomis Chaffee science students for their successes at 2019 state and regional science competitions!
The Norton Family Center for the Common Good hosted an open house on March 21, to welcome the school community to its new location on campus, in the Nee Room on the first floor of Founders Hall.
Cuba was the March Break destination for Loomis Chaffee travelers on an educational tour examining the island's rich cultural heritage, its urban and natural landscapes, and its past and present relationship with the Unites States and the world.
Thanks to the generous contributions of alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, family, and friends, Loomis Chaffee's Philanthropy Day 2019 was a tremendous success.
Jazz trumpeter Haneef Nelson will perform with the Haneef N. Nelson Quintet, as a guest musician on Tuesday, March 26. The public is invited to attend a concert in the Hubbard Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free of charge.
Loomis Chaffee Orchestra Director Kalena Bovell was featured in a story broadcast on WFSB-Channel 3 News on Wednesday, March 6.
Director of Athletics Sue Cabot announced on Wednesday, February 27, that Jeff Moore will be the new head varsity football coach at Loomis Chaffee.
The third-seeded girls varsity basketball team defeated sixth-seeded Taft 62-48 on Wednesday, February 27, to advance to the Class A New England Prep School Athletic Conference Tournament semifinal.