Celebrated television director and producer James L. Widdoes '72 will deliver the Commencement address at Loomis Chaffee on Sunday, May 26.
Alumni News Archive
Pelican Model United Nations alumni Gaurang Goel '17, Kevin Jung '17, and Cathy Hyeon '18, all students at Harvard University, met up with Loomis Chaffee Model U.N. students who were in Beantown for the Boston Model U.N. Conference on February 7–9.
Thirty-eight students submitted flash fiction pieces before Head's Holiday for the second annual Katharine Brush Creative Writing Contest, sponsored by Loomis Chaffee Writing Initiatives.
"Sway. Shift. Formation," an exhibition by mixed media artist Debbie Hesse, is on display in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery through April 18. Ms. Hesse spent time as a Visiting Artist in the Richmond Art Center this week and spoke at the Februay 14 opening reception.
Pelicans Jeff Scanlon '79 and Scott MacClintic '82 are on board to lead new two-week Immersion Programs focused on writing and Design Thinking in this year's Loomis Chaffee Summer Program enrolling now for June 2019.
Author Keith Scribner '80 returned to Loomis Chaffee in January to promote his newly-released novel, Old Newgate Road, and to share his experiences as a writer at events across campus.
"Things, Places, Faces," by Nanette Vonnegut, is on display in the Sue and Eugene Mercy Jr. Gallery from January 10 through February 8, 2019. An opening reception was held on Thursday, January 10, in the Richmond Art Center.
Four alumni of color from the Class of 2017 returned to campus on Tuesday to speak to current students of color about their college experiences, from academics to social life and from dorm choices to scholarship opportunities.
Paul Mounds Jr. '03 was named Chief Operating Officer for the State of Connecticut by Governor Ned Lamont in December 2018. Read Hartford Courant article about his appointment and listen to his appearance on WNPR's "Where We Live" radio program.
Author Keith Scribner '80 will return to Loomis on Friday, January 11, 2019. He will introduce his new novel, Old Newgate Road, at a book talk at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free of charge. Copies of Old Newgate Road will be available for purchase at the event.