Sheila Culbert, Loomis Chaffee’s seventh head of school, announced on January 20 that she will retire at the end of the 2022–23 school year.
Alumni News Archive
Astrophysicist Adam Burrows ’71 treated Loomis Chaffee students and faculty to a lively discussion of the tools created by and for scientists in the study of core-collapse supernovae on Wednesday, November 10.
Loomis Chaffee Alumnae, Chloe Alexander '12, Catherine Dunlavey '13, Liana Fernez '12, and Maggie Kennedy '05, joined the faculty ranks this August.
Journalist Mark Oppenheimer ’92 returned to the Island to discuss his latest book, Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood.
Students participating in the Loomis Chaffee Black Alumni Mentoring Program recently met their mentors via video conference, launching the program's second year.
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.
Alumni from classes ending in 0s, 5s, 1s, and 6s reconnected in virtual class gatherings and took advantage of a month of programming leading up to the “official” 2021 Reunion date of June 12.
Physician, author, and New York Times contributor Dr. Pauline W. Chen ’82 will deliver the 2021 Commencement address at Loomis Chaffee on May 22.
Mark Nussbaum ’70 shared his estate planning expertise with alumni during two informational seminars that were hosted by Loomis Chaffee's John Metcalf Taylor Society and presented via Zoom videoconference on March 16 and 18.
Six Loomis Chaffee alumni who work in finance, investing, and entrepreneurial business sectors met with Applied Economics students this winter to share their backgrounds, professional experiences, and overviews of their businesses.
Jacob Bryson ’16 made his National Hockey League debut with the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday, February 24, and played a major part in the team’s 4-1 victory against the New Jersey Devils.
The five-week Stock Market Game at Loomis Chaffee concluded on February 10. The annual competition coincided with an ongoing effort to promote financial literacy among students.
Loomis Chaffee mourns the loss of George P. Shultz '38, former U.S. secretary of state, who died on Saturday, February 6.
Loomis Chaffee has released its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Progress Report for 2020–21, part of a larger commitment to address issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and systemic racism at the school.