After spending a few years in a consulting job after college, Lucy Dean ’09 knew she needed a more creative outlet, and took the plunge into the world of textile design. After getting a certificate in the field and eventually finding her way into the paper industry, Dean launched her own paper goods brand last summer called Lucy Grymes.
Lawrentians once again demonstrated their capacity to rise to – and surpass – any challenge. Between 12:00 midnight and 11:59 p.m. ET on November 1, Lawrenceville alumni, parents and friends made 1,132 gifts and pledges totaling $1,448,312 to support The Lawrenceville Fund/Parents Fund. This brought the total dollar amount for the day to an outstanding $1,948,312, a new Big Red Giving Day record!
Lawrenceville’s sixth annual Big Red Giving Day is on Thursday, November 1, 2018, from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. ET. This one-day, online-based fundraising event is a way to show your Big Red pride and support Lawrenceville academics, faculty, athletics, arts, financial aid and more.
The Lawrenceville School today celebrated the official groundbreaking of the Gruss Center for Art and Design (GCAD), a state-of-the-art creative design center and maker space, and the planned renovation of the Center’s Hutchins Galleries.
In the article, Washington draws on his more than 25 years of independent school admission work to offer his views on how admission interviewers need to be skilled in both the art of selling as well as the nuances of buying.
Chambers' new cookbook, Just Married: A Cookbook for Newlyweds,contains 130 recipes as well as stories from her first years of marriage and tips on weekly meal planning, pantry staples, and handy kitchen tools, for newlyweds building a new kitchen together.
Returning to Lawrenceville last week, Jane Ferguson '04 shared her insights on the reality of life in the Middle East, and how her Lawrenceville experience prepared her for the challenges of international reporting.
Businessman, philanthropist and Lawrenceville Trustee Emeritus Peter Lawson-Johnston ’45 GP’95 ’98 ’15 ’18 recently received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who, a premier publisher of biographical profiles.
By offering small loans to students, typically less than $10,000, at affordable interest rates and without co-signers, Tarkenton’s company, Funding University, is focused on helping students fill the gap between their existing aid and the funds they need to finish school.
The Lawrenceville Fund, The Lawrenceville School’s annual giving campaign, concluded the 2017-18 campaign on June 30, 2018, on a record high note! 3,294 alumni (33%) and 623 current and past parents (63%) gave $6,713,923, the highest total ever for the annual fund at Lawrenceville. Alumni gave $4,735,660 and current parents, past parents, and grandparents gave $1,922,131. Friends of Lawrenceville provided $56,132 to the Fund. Each and every gift makes an important difference in the experience of the students at Lawrenceville today. On their behalf, we thank everyone who made a gift this year.
Through his experience with his parents, and after obtaining training, insurance and bonding from The National Association of Senior Move Managers, Walsh launched Walsh Senior Solutions, a full-service senior move management company.
Lawrentians, be proud. Your enthusiastic response to Class Giving Day 2018 made this fundraising event a resounding success. By 11:59 p.m. on June 5, new gifts totaled $92,558, with 336 gifts spread among all the classes. We are grateful beyond words.
Lawrenceville alumnae met with 22 young women from the classes of 2018 through 2021 in New York City today for an extended conversation about professional development, success in college, and life after Lawrenceville.
Passionate about combining an interest in entrepreneurship with a mission to help the greater good, Dr. Larry Istrail '05 says Pheo Coffee offers him a creative outlet that isn’t available in the hospital setting.
Damen Davis ’07 is one of 17 recipients of New York City’s sixth annual Big Apple Awards. A citywide recognition program, the Big Apple Award celebrates the work of New York City’s public school teachers.
Manoush Zomorodi ’91 returns to campus to give this evening’s Capstone Lecture. Her talk, “Human Skills for Digital Natives: A New Understanding of Technology’s Influence,” takes place at 7 p.m. in the Heely Room of Woods Memorial Hall.
Three alumni composers returned to campus recently to help celebrate the 125th anniversary of Periwig, Lawrenceville’s oldest student-led organization, and commemorate the lasting impact of the School’s performing arts culture.
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.
A new ice cream shop in the Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, also aims to be a place for members of a changing community to meet and get to know each other, and to be a source of jobs and opportunities for local youth.
The Lawrenceville School will celebrate the life and mourn the passing of long time History teacher John Sauerman H'84 on Sunday, May 6, 2:00 p.m. in the Edith Memorial Chapel. All are invited to attend.
The fifth 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 talents and aspirations of the School’s Black students and an insightful window into the Lawrenceville Black experience.
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.