Students participating in the Loomis Chaffee Black Alumni Mentoring Program met their mentors on Tuesday, October 5, via video conference, launching the program’s second year.
The Alumni Office is pleased to provide opportunities for alumni to connect and engage with the school, today’s students, and each other. The programs below are offered to foster these connections and enhance the ways in which Loomis Chaffee can continue to be a meaningful part of your life. In addition to the programs listed below, we hope you will join us for alumni events both on and off-campus throughout the year.
For questions and more information on how to get involved, please contact a member of the Alumni & Parent Relations team.
In an informative and entertaining Zoom video conference, geologist Lawrence Malinconico ’70 discussed volcanoes and volcanic eruptions, his area of expertise, during an Evening of Science for students.
On August 23, a gathering on the lawn of the Loomis Family Homestead honored the careers of longtime faculty members Berrie Moos and Fred Seebeck.