• Ron Mangravite ’68 P ’18 says,

    American Prep Author Ronald Mangravite ’68 Says Life is Short, Follow Your Dreams

    Two ill-fated events as a young adult prompted Lawrentian Ronald Mangravite ’68 P’18 to grab life by the horns and enjoy the ride. 
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  • Lizzie No's new album features her singing and playing both the harp and the guitar.

    Folk Musician Lizzie No ’09 Debuts New Album

    The many talents of Brooklyn-based folk musician Lizzie No ’09 are on display on her new album, Hard Won.
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  • Looking Back on Alumni Weekend 2017

    Neither rain, nor cold, nor dark of night could mar the good times as Lawrenceville celebrated another wonderful Alumni Weekend, with alumni and their guests enjoying a round of parties, campus tours, faculty presentations, sporting events and special programs. 
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  • Memorial Service to Honor Kathy Krebs P’90 ’94

    A memorial service honoring Kathleen “Kathy” Krebs P’90 ‘94 ​will take place Saturday, May 13, at 1:00 p.m. in Edith Memorial Chapel.
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  • Alumni Association President Jennifer Ridley Staikos '91 announces new Selectors and Alumni Trustee.

    Alumni Association Announces New Selectors and Alumni Trustee

    The Executive Committee of the Lawrenceville School Alumni Association has announced the names of this year’s two new Selectors and the Alumni Trustee. Heather Woods Rodbell ’91 succeeds Tim Wojciechowicz ’78 P ’06 ’10 ’12 as Alumni Trustee, and the new Alumni Selectors are Bruce L. Hager ’72 and Brendan T. O’Reilly ’83 P’16. The announcement was made by Alumni Association President Jennifer Ridley Staikos ’91 at the Alumni Association Induction Ceremony and Awards Presentation as part of Lawrenceville Alumni Weekend. 
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  • Bill Bardel '57 P'93 accepts the Distinguished Alumnus Award.

    Alumni Association Presents Distinguished Alumnus Award

    One of the most prestigious awards an alumnus can receive, The Distinguished Alumnus Award is presented annually by the Lawrenceville School Alumni Association Executive Committee to the Lawrentian “who, through selfless devotion to the interests of The Lawrenceville School and to the activities of the Alumni Association, has contributed significantly to the welfare of Lawrenceville and who has exemplified the highest standards of The Lawrenceville School.”
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  • Corrente Walk Dedication Marks a New Path for the Crescent

    “With Corrente Walk . . . the Crescent has come into its own, with a beautiful and distinctive landscape that gives it a unique presence on the Lawrenceville campus, just as the girls have carved out a singular presence for themselves in the life of our School.” With these words, on May 4 before an audience of trustees, Crescent House presidents and housemasters, and other special guests, Tom Carter ’70 P’01 ’05 led the dedication of Corrente Walk, a striking pedestrian path that has transformed the look and feel of the Crescent.
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  • Welcome Home, Lawrentians!

    Have you lost touch with your roommate from Upper or Reynolds? Wonder what happened to that lab partner or teammate? Are you curious about whether students still play Frisbee in the Bowl and sunbathe in the Circle? If you find yourself reminiscing about the “Lawrenceville experience,” it must be time to come back for Alumni Weekend. 
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  • It’s a musical battleground – jazz versus classical – in a new off-Broadway play premiering this weekend in New York City, written and directed by Chris Bayon ’05.

    Jazz and Classical Musicians Face Off in New Play by Chris Bayon ’05

    It’s a musical battleground – jazz versus classical – in a new off-Broadway play premiering this weekend in New York City, written and directed by Chris Bayon ’05.
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  • Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game’s Greatest Heroes and Moments, is a richly illustrated history of the most significant and coveted baseball uniforms worn by players in the 20th century.

    Stephen Wong ’85 Talks Baseball and His New Book at Lawrenceville

    Author Stephen Wong ’85 returned to Lawrenceville last week to discuss his newly published book, Game Worn: Baseball Treasures from the Game’s Greatest Heroes and Moments, a richly illustrated history of the most significant and coveted baseball uniforms worn by players in the 20th century. 
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  • Nick Nehamas '07, investigative reporter with the Miami Herald, is a recipient of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize.

    Nick Nehamas '07 Wins Pulitzer for Panama Papers Reporting

    Nick Nehamas '07, investigative reporter with the Miami Herald, is a recipient of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting on the “Panama Papers,” an international investigation that exposed how crooks and millionaires use the secret world of offshore companies. 
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  • Katharine MacGregor '00 named to U.S. Department of Interior post.

    Katharine MacGregor ’00 Appointed to U.S. Department of Interior Post

    Katharine MacGregor ’00 was recently named deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management at the United States Department of the Interior.
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  • Professor Michael J. Klarman, the 2017 Weeden Lecturer

    Weeden Lecture Questions Impact of Brown Decision

    Most of us consider Brown v. Board of Education a watershed moment in modern American history, the de facto beginning of the mid-20th century Civil Rights Movement. Not so, says Professor Michael J. Klarman, the Kirkland & Ellis Professor at Harvard Law School, who delivered the 18th presentation of the Weeden Lecture in the Kirby Arts Center on Monday evening, April 3. 
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  • Trustee Marcus Mabry ’85 is 2017 Carver Foundation Honoree

    The Carver Foundation of Norwalk, Inc., will honor Lawrenceville School trustee Marcus Mabry ’85 with the Child of America Award at its annual gala on April 28, 2017, at the Wee Burn Country Club in Darien, Connecticut. Each year, Carver honors leaders in the fight for educational opportunity and a just society.
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  • Alumni Weekend Exhibit to Feature Artist Cole Carothers ’67

    The Gruss Center of Visual Arts will be celebrating the work of artist Cole Carothers ’67 when he returns to campus for his 50th Reunion this Alumni Weekend, May 5-7.
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  • The Vermont State Senate honors Bill Doyle '45 P'84.

    State Sen. William Doyle ’45 P’84 Honored for 48 Years of Service

    Both the Vermont State Senate and the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce recently honored Vermont State Senator William “Bill” Doyle ’45 P’84 at a gala event in Montpelier in recognition of nearly 50 years of service and contributions to the state and people of Vermont. A Republican member of the Vermont Senate from 1969 to 2017, Doyle is the longest-serving member of Vermont’s state legislature. 
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  • Alumni Association President Jen Staikos '91 presents the Masters Award to Hal Wilder H'77 '89 '15 P'97

    Masters Awards Recognize Harrison, Briggs and Wilder

    On March 2, Lawrenceville commemorated the 21st anniversary of the presentation of the Masters Awards with tributes to three former masters – and a 21st century approach to this Lawrenceville tradition. 
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  • Daniel Brown '17 performs at the 2017 Celebration of Black Lawrentians.

    LBAA/ABC Event Celebrates, Inspires

    Now in its fourth year, the annual Celebration of Black Lawrentians, co-sponsored by the Lawrenceville Black Alumni Association (LBAA) and the student-run Alliance of Black Cultures (ABC), offered an inspiring view into the achievements of Lawrenceville’s Black alumni and the talents and aspirations of the School’s Black students. The event, held on February 26 to coincide with Black History Month, included the presentation of the Trailblazer Award to an alumnus with a demonstrated history of commitment to the School, the community, and his or her profession. 
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  • New Web Design Seeks to Enhance Alumni Experience

    Alumni may have noticed a new look for the Lawrenceville website, with bolder colors, larger photos, and a more prominent display of the information you access most often. We’ve made it easier to find upcoming events, view the latest alumni news and profiles, locate the nearest regional alumni club, update your information, and contact us and each other. And we’ve made it fully mobile-friendly, since an overwhelming majority of you access our site from your mobile devices. 
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  • Olivia Rose (Fay) Wright ’06 Rallies Women with Fashion

    RALLIER, the women’s clothing company founded by Olivia Rose (Fay) Wright ’06 exactly one year ago, is a shining example of doing well while doing good.
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  • Jane Ferguson ’04 Reports from the Front Lines

    Jane Ferguson ’04 attended Lawrenceville for one year as the 2003-2004 Northern Irish Scholar in a program that seeks to expand international understanding and break down partisan barriers.
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  • Rider Gallery Features Allen Fitzpatrick '73 H'85 '89

    Allen Fitzpatrick '73 H'85 '89 P'99 '04, chair of Lawrenceville's Visual Arts Department, opens a month-long exhibit of his paintings on January 26 with a reception at the Rider University Art Gallery in Lawrenceville. The exhibit is called "Looking," and it will feature both still lifes and landscapes.
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  • Alumni Came to Celebrate Coach Ron Kane ’83 P’20 – and to Play

    It was billed as a celebration of Coach Ron Kane’s 25th year as head coach of the Big Red boys’ varsity basketball team, and a celebration it was, but the several dozen alumni who signed up to commemorate the occasion had clearly come to play. Held Saturday, January 14, this was no pick-up game.
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  • Jay Monahan ’89 Takes Helm at PGA

    On January 1, Jay Monahan ’89 ascended to what may be every weekend golfer’s fantasy job – PGA Tour commissioner. With the Tour since 2008 and having served as its chief marketing officer, deputy commissioner, and chief operating officer, it’s certain that Monahan has what it takes to continue to expand the image and reach of both the organization and the spor
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  • When Kate Moore ’95 Talks, People Listen

    Anyone who recalls the iconic commercials for brokerage firm E.F. Hutton – “when E.F. Hutton talks …” – will surmise from our title that Kate Moore ’95 offers lots of advice on investing, and they’d be right. So much so, in fact, that she’s featured on the cover of the January 2017 annual forecast issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
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Lawrenceville Lexicon

The Lawrenceville Lexicon was a gift from the Alumni Association to the School at its Bicentennial in 2010. Editor Merrell Noden ’73 and his team of alumni and parents spent three years combing the archives, calling alumni and faculty, and researching everything from trolley lines to golf course architects. Lawrenceville has accumulated many stories over its 200-plus year history.

This is the third edition of the Lexicon, completed in spring 2015.
Through House and Harkness, Lawrenceville challenges a diverse community of promising young people to lead lives of learning, integrity, and high purpose.  Our mission is to inspire the best in each to seek the best for all.