Loomis Chaffee Podcast
Scott MacClintic and Jen Solomon, Director and Associate Director of Innovation respectively, on the Pearse Hub for Innovation, the PHI, which is currently under construction as part of Loomis Chaffee’s new campus center.
Science teacher Neil Chaudhary '05 presented his lecture “Science and the Common Good” to members of Loomis Chaffee’s Class of 2021 gathered for a special Freshman Seminar class on January 30.
Former U.S. secretary of state George P. Shultz '38 paid a return visit to the Island for a question-and-answer session with Head of School Sheila Culbert in front of an all-school audience on October 27, 2017.
In this episode, we hear a conversation among Sam Olshin, the architect for the new campus center; Student Council vice president Sarah Bennett; and Pelican Scoop director Keller Glass.
This episode features a conversation between Dean of Enrollment Lynn Petrillo and Senior Associate Director of Admissions Liz Stewart about the process of applying to the Loomis Chaffee school.
Loomis Science teacher James Sainz talks to visiting researcher Alissa Monte about dark matter, scientific inquiry, and her work with the international research project, "The Darkside Collaborative."
A conversation with Scott MacClintic '82, Director of the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching, about how to study and learn more efficiently.
Pelican Scoop director Keller Glass shares audio he recorded of Tibetan monks preparing a traditional sand mandala in Founders Chapel.
We sit down with Archives Director, Karen Parsons, to talk about a fascinating painting by one of Loomis Chaffee's founders.
Faculty member Ludmila Zamah and senior Anika Bhargava drop by to talk about Loomis' innovative Arabic program.