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  • Top 10 Reasons to Support The Lawrenceville Fund/Lawrenceville Parents Fund

    Posted June 28, 2016

    The Lawrenceville Fund/Lawrenceville Parents Fund supplements tuition for every Lawrenceville student and is critical to our School’s annual operating budget. Many of you have already given to this year’s annual fund and we thank you for your support. For those still in need of motivation, here are our top 10 reasons to give to The Lawrenceville Fund/Lawrenceville Parents Fund.

  • Alumni Artists – 2016 Summer Series: Whitney Kreb ’95

    Posted June 27, 2016
    "Brant Point Sails," 2015 oil on canvas

    Everyone knows a picture is worth a thousand words. Instagram has capitalized on that idea, so this summer we're taking a slightly different approach. Over the coming weeks we will present artworks that reference some aspect of the summer season. Each wonderful image was created by a talented Lawrenceville alumnus. We hope this series will amaze and inspire you.

  • Jon Rathauser ’09 Takes LAX to New Levels

    Posted June 24, 2016

    When the Israeli Men’s National Lacrosse Team competes in the 2016 European Lacrosse Championships in Budapest later this summer, Jon Rathauser ’09 will be wearing number 10 and leading the defense as captain and on-field coach.

  • “On the Fly” with Meredith McCord ’92

    Posted June 20, 2016

    Fly fishing is more of a lifestyle than a sport for many enthusiasts, but for Meredith McCord ’92 it also presents the ultimate challenge. In fulfillment of a promise she made to her late father, former Trustee Frederick R. “Rick” McCord ’63 P’92 ’93 ’95, she is on a quest to earn 100 International Game Fish Association (IGFA) world records in fly fishing by the end of 2016.

  • Chip Smith ’86 to Become Top Lobbyist at 21st Century Fox

    Posted June 13, 2016

    Chip Smith ’86 has been named executive vice president of public affairs at 21st Century Fox, a notable title added to an already impressive resume.

  • Sage Disch ’09 Inspires Us to “Give Our Ankles a Voice”

    Posted June 6, 2016

    It’s hard to imagine reinventing something as basic as socks. Originally crafted for warmth and later for comfort, Sage Disch ’09 and his brother Cody have knocked the socks off the retail industry with the unique designs of their company, Ace & Everett.

  • Young Alumni Rock Class Giving Day

    Posted June 3, 2016

    Outstanding participation by young alumni helped bring in 300 new gifts between midnight and 11:59 p.m. on Class Giving Day, June 1, many from alumni of all ages who made a gift to The Lawrenceville Fund for the first time in years and many from alumni who were making their first gift ever. Three classes – 2014, 2013 and 1995 – tied for one-day participation at 16 gifts each, and two classes – 1968 and 1976 – led in dollars with $12,600 and $12,485 respectively. One-day giving, including an anonymous alumni match, totaled $135,000.

  • Lawrenceville to Memorialize Brian Breuel ’62

    Posted May 31, 2016

    Lawrenceville mourns the loss of Brian Breuel ’62, former trustee and past president of the Alumni Association. Brian will be memorialized with a service in Edith Memorial Chapel on Saturday, June 4, at 11:00 a.m., reception to follow in the Clark Music Building, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. All Lawrentians are welcome to attend.

  • LAX Alumni Go All the Way

    Posted May 31, 2016
    Photo credit: Jeffrey A. Camarati, UNC

    While the rest of us were grilling and chilling our way through the Memorial Day weekend, two Lawrenceville alumni – one male Division I, one female Division III – went all the way to the NCAA Lacrosse Championship in their respective divisions.

  • Remembering Those Who Have Served

    Posted May 30, 2016

    On this Memorial Day, it seems appropriate to honor those Lawrentians both past and present who have served America and sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

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