Punch magazine spent an afternoon chasing rare bottles of whiskey with top rare spirits hunter, Alex Bachman '01. Read all about it.
News & Events
Alumni Leadership Salon
Wednesday, May 30
12 E. Ohio St.
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
In recognition of our alumni volunteers and leadership donors. With guest speaker Middle School Director Deb Sampey.
Monday, June 4
The Alumni Association welcomes the Class of 2018 to the alumni community.
Happy Hour with the Retirees
Wednesday, June 6
Wells on Wells
1617 N. Wells St.
5 - 7 p.m.
Join us as we bid farewell and celebrate the amazing careers of our beloved retirees: Mary Jane Baughman, Coach Tom Bower, Saul David Fript and Mike Teolis. Appetizers and cash bar.
Saturday, September 29 - Sunday, September 30
Classes ending in 3 and 8 will celebrate milestone reunions.
View the event schedule.
In her latest cover story for TIME, "Can Bad Men Change," Dockterman '09 examines the difficult subject of sex offender therapy. Read the story.
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.
Brittney Cato '09 has been selected as the keynote speaker at Loras College's 179th commencement exercises in May. Cato is an associate attorney with Hinshaw and Culbertson LLP. Read more.
WGN's Rick Kogan '69 sat down recently with fellow alumnus Chuck Freilich '68, Director of Repriorment and Lifelong Engagement at Mather LifeWays. Freilich elaborates on his work at Mather's—More Than a Café and working with older adults making life transformations. Listen to their conversation.