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  • Caroline Cahill ’09 Feeds America

    Posted September 26, 2016

    Caroline Cahill ’09 has been named a recipient of the University of California’s Global Food Initiative “30 Under 30 Awards” in recognition for her work as a Feeding America Child Hunger Corps Fellow.

  • Artemis Joukowsky III ’80 Partners with Ken Burns to Tell a Family Story

    Posted September 20, 2016

    On Sunday, September 18, The New York Times posed a provocative question in an op-ed piece by Nicholas Kristof: “Would You Hide a Jew from the Nazis?” Kristof goes on to cite the work of Martha and Waitstill Sharp GP’80, who did exactly that hundreds of times over. Their grandson, Artemis Joukowsky III ’80, is now telling their story in a documentary co-directed with Ken Burns, Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War. Following a recent preview at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., the film is scheduled to air on Tuesday, September 20, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time on PBS.

  • Dave Salerno ’92 Finds Golden Opportunity in Rio

    Posted September 16, 2016

    From the team dominance of the Final Five to Michel Phelps’ victory laps, the 2016 Summer Olympics were filled with golden opportunities, including one that marked a career highlight for NBC Sports producer Dave Salerno ’92.

  • Lawrenceville Honors Family & Friends Lost on 9/11/01

    Posted September 11, 2016

    Lawrenceville remembers all of those who perished in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa., particularly the members of the School community who lost their lives on that tragic morning:

  • Katie McMahon ’92 Out to “Hound” Us All

    Posted September 9, 2016

    As vice president and general manager at SoundHound Inc., Trustee Katie McMahon ’92 is out to “hound” us all with her company’s latest product, a digital assistant app known simply as Hound.

  • Nash Jenkins ’11: Having the TIME of His Life

    Posted September 2, 2016

    Just one year after earning his B.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins, Nash Jenkins ’11 has a piece on the cover of TIME.

  • Alumni Artists – 2016 Summer Series: Reginald Marsh Class of 1916

    Posted August 29, 2016
    "New York Skyline," 1937, watercolor

    Reginald Marsh of the Class of 1916 honed his natural talents at the Yale School of Fine Art before beginning a celebrated career as an illustrator and reporter for The Daily News, The New Yorker, Esquire, Fortune and Life magazines.

  • Dr. Alan D’Andrea ’74: Leading the Ovarian Cancer “Dream Team” to Victory

    Posted August 25, 2016

    Dr. Alan D’Andrea ’74, director of the Center for DNA Damage and Repair at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, is leading the fight against ovarian cancer by overseeing the country’s first-ever ovarian cancer research “Dream Team.”

  • Alumni Artists – 2016 Summer Series: Brocq Maxey '09

    Posted August 22, 2016
    "Wounded Warrior"

    Brocq Maxey ’09 spent his early years on an island in the Bahamas, a background that forged his bond with the sea.

  • Alumni Artists – 2016 Summer Series: Cole Carothers '67

    Posted August 15, 2016
    "Whispering Limns," 2012, oil on canvas

    Using a subtle color palette to depict interior and exterior scenes, Cole Carothers ’67 often features literal windows of opportunity in his paintings, linking the past to the present.

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