Summer 2019 Web Extras
Browse a gallery of photos from Commencement.
Reunion 2019: Reconnecting on the Island
See a full gallery of photos from Reunion 2019.
Students Explore Iceland and Peru
View photographs from June’s international education trips to Peru and Iceland, organized by the Alvord Center for Global & Environmental Studies.
English Colloquium Features Award-Winning Poet
Learn more about poet Clint Smith, the English Colloquium speaker this spring.
Making Hometown Connections
Learn about the five new Norton Fellows’ projects.
Read more about each of the 2018–19 Norton Fellowships:
Beatrice Dang '19 Publishes “Those Who Served”
Abby Huang '19 Develops Global Language Lab
Steele Citrone '20 Launches License to Save 008 Lives
Kavya Kolli '20 Teaches Self-Defense to Girls in India
Olivia Malcolmson '20 Creates Realtalkadoption.com
Spring on the Stage
Connect to a gallery of Spring Dance Revue photos.
NPR Journalist Discusses Challenges of Covering War
Learn more about National Public Radio journalist Quil Lawrence’s career and access his archived NPR stories.
Workshops for Well-Being
View a gallery of photos from the wellness and mindfulness workshops on May 11.
That’s Absolutely Brilliant!
View photographs from the Color Run in May.
See photographs by Cheryl Zheng ’19 from the Fourth Annual New England Prep School Dance Festival on campus in April.
A Deep Dive into Design Thinking
Visit the Pearse Hub for Innovation (PHI) webpage.
Read more about the Innovation Trimester project with Windsor Social Services to create resource kits for local homeless people.
Learn more about PHI visits by entrepreneurs Brian Helfrich ’03 and Andrew Kelleher of Summit Coffee Company and Grey Parker of Sunberg-Ferar.
Read tributes to retiring faculty members Sally Knight (by colleagues Andrew Bartlett and Fred Seebeck) and Mark Williams (by fellow history teachers Rachel Engelke and Karen Parsons).
50th Reunion: View a group photograph of the Chaffee Class of 1969 and Loomis Class of 1969 together.
Class of 1980: Read a CNN article, which includes an interview with K. Heidi Fishman ’80, about Polish diplomats who helped Jews escape Nazi death camps by forging Paraguayan passports for them. Heidi’s grandparents were among those saved.