Better Than Par for Brandon Wu ’15
To say that the year 2019 has been memorable for Brandon Wu ’15 would be a huge understatement. The recent Stanford college graduate has already accomplished a lot in the first six months of the year. To kick start his achievements, he and his Stanford men’s golf teammates closed...
Meghan Halloran ’17 Named Second Team All-NESCAC
Congratulations to Meghan Halloran ’17 on being named Second Team All-NESCAC for women’s hockey as announced last Wednesday by the NESCAC, following the votes of conference coaches. In her first collegiate season at Williams College, Meghan played in all 25 games this winter, she led the Ephs in assists...
Christopher G. Whipple ’71 to Deliver 2018 Commencement Address
Head of School Margarita Curtis and leaders of the Class of 2018 are pleased to announce that Deerfield alumnus Chris Whipple ’71 will deliver this year’s Commencement keynote address on May 27.
Katie Guay ’01 Officiates at the Olympics
Congratulations, Katie Guay! After a decade of work and lifetime dedication to the ice, Guay is one of four American women to go to the Olympics as a women’s ice hockey official. Read full article here!
Jay Newton-Small ’93
A Former Journalist Tells The Stories Of Those With Dementia Who Can’t “Former Time Magazine correspondent Jay Newton-Small used to cover politics and foreign policy. Now, she writes the life stories of people with dementia. Newton-Small tells Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner that her company, MemoryWell, grew out of her...
Camil Blanchet ’14 Nominated for Hockey Humanitarian Award
From Bowdoin’s Athletics News: Deerfield graduate Camil Blanchet ’14 is one of eleven nominees for the 2018 Hockey Humanitarian Award. “The award is presented annually to college hockey’s finest citizen – a student athlete who makes significant contributions not only to his or her team but also to the...
Congratulations, Libby Leist ’97!
Congratulations to Deerfield Alumna Libby Leist ’97 who will succeed Don Nash as Executive Producer of the Today Show. According to the New York Times, “The move makes Ms. Leist the first woman to hold the top producing job for the show’s first two hours.” https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/17/business/media/today-show-producer.html
Jessica LeClerc ’04 Off to the Winter Olympics
Congratulations to Jessica LeClerc’04, who was one of nineteen women selected worldwide to officiate women’s hockey in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea this February. Jessica had a passion for skating from the young age of 8, and started officiating youth games at the age of 12...