Learn more about Willis' '05 interest, influences, and plans for the MCA stage as it looks ahead to its 50th anniversary.
News & Events
Latin in San Francisco
Tuesday, October 24
6 - 8 p.m.
The Presidio Social Club, 563 Ruger St.
Please join S. Dave Fript, Upper School History Faculty, and the Alumni Office for cocktails and conversation. With your Host Committee: Max Eisenberg '97, Preston Goodyear '97, Anjelica Hernandez '07, Chris Holinger '96, Lexi Johnson '08, Jill Gofen Parker '81, Caroline Quazzo '08, Ben Quazzo '11, and Ashley Sommerschield '97.
Latin in D.C.
Wednesday, November 8
6 - 8 p.m.
Busboys & Poets 5th & K, 1025 5th Street NW
Calling all D.C. area alumni - join us for an evening of cocktails and conversation featuring Steve Galpern '88, Acting Division Chief, Office of Analysis for Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. Department of State, and Dave Diaz '88, Strategic Coordinator, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, U.S. Department of State and Katherine Pollock '12, James C. Gaither Junior Fellow, Middle East Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in conversation with S. Dave Fript, Upper School History Department, Middle East and Nazi Mind Courses, and Steve Sommers, Faculty Alumnus, History and Social Studies Chair.
Host committee members: Jeremy Ebie '96, Michael Inlander '00, Marty Janis '81, Jerry Markon '84, Sam Mulopulos '10, Tom Roesel '72, Julie Sarne '12, Matt Shabat '93, Justine Turner '10, Roz Grenn Udwin '61, and Hannah Stone Zlotnick '01. Get your tickets today.
Alumni Board of Directors Meeting
Tuesday, November 7
College Romans Lunch
Friday, December 22
The book, She's a Technology Sales Executive, and She's My Mom is part of the STEM Mom series. Learn more in a Q & A between Powell and the author.
Barinholtz '95 will play the lead in a satirical thriller, "The Oath." Classmate David Stassen '95 has signed on as a producer. Read more.
Pop art pioneer Oldenburg's '46 show opens October 13 and will run through November 17 at the Pace Gallery in NYC. Learn more.
The Department of Energy has selected Himmel '02, a Wilson fellow, for a 2017 DOE Early Career Research Award. He will receive $2.5 million over five years to build a team and optimize software that will help decipher mysterious neutrino oscillations. Learn more.