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Once a Roman, Always a Roman

Walking Tour of Historic Latin Sites

Thursday, July 19
8 - 8:45 a.m.
Meet in middle school lobby (45 W. North Blvd)
RSVP

Join Archivist Teresa Sutter on a walking tour of Latin's neighborhood as we visit interesting locations in Latin's history, and hear fascinating tales of Latin's past! The tour will end at 1547 N. Dearborn with light breakfast treats.
Weather permitting.

Dovetail Brewery Alumni Tour

Thursday, July 26
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
1800 W. Belle Plaine
$30/person (inclusive of 3 beers)
RSVP
Bring your ID! You must be 21 to participate.

Homecoming & Reunion Weekend

Saturday, September 29 - Sunday, September 30
Classes ending in 3 and 8 will celebrate milestone reunions.
Check out the fun schedule!

Regional Events

Coming this Fall! Stay tuned for details.

Young Alumni Holiday Party

Friday, November 23
Details TBA

News

Alice Mathias' '03 New Show Picked-up by HBO

The new show, Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen, is a half-hour Spanish-language comedy starring Fred Armisen. Mathias '03 will serve as co-executive producer. 

Learn more.

Mari Katsumura '04 to Head New French-Japanese Restaurant in West Loop

Katsumura '04 is working with former Grace owner Michael Olszewski on the new and unnamed restaurant slated for a fall opening at 652 W. Randolph Street. Read more.

Alex Green '16 Drafted to NHL

Alex Green '16 has been drafted to the NHL Tampa Bay Lightning. Learn more.

Alex Bachman '01, America's Top Rare Spirits Hunter

Punch magazine spent an afternoon chasing rare bottles of whiskey with top rare spirits hunter, Alex Bachman '01. Read all about it.

Jack Gomberg '14 Receives Fulbright Scholarship

Jack Gomberg '14, a Pomona College graduate with a BA in Neuroscience, has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Israel from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Gomberg will conduct research at Tel Hai College and the Rabin Medical Center as part of a project to study the biopsychological effects of medical clowning therapy on patient outcomes through both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Specifically, he will pursue biological markers of stress reduction correlating with medical clowning exposure. He also hopes to learn more about the unique field of medical clowning therapy and build a bridge between Israeli and American patient care innovations.