Stacy Igel's '95 BOY MEETS GIRL® announced the release of a co-branded Pride inspired line with the Chicago Bulls, available exclusively at the Bulls Madhouse Team Store at the United Center.
News & Events
Virtual Kitchen Hangout w/ Bridget Hennessy & Baby William | Monday April 13
Join upper school History Department faculty member and freshman/sophomore dean Bridget Hennessy for her first-ever Zoom cooking session. Joined by her son, affectionately known to students as Baby William, "B-Hen" is looking forward to showing us the ropes for cooking with toddlers.
National Latin Day Hangout with Coach Renie Dunn-Finch | Thursday, April 16
Join us for an alumni Zoom gathering on National Latin Day as Alumni Association Board of Director Ali Pohn '75 chats with middle school dean and former field hockey coach Renie Dunn-Finch as she shares stories from her 35+ years at Latin!
Tyler's '84 latest artistic endeavor is an upcoming re-enactment of an 1811 Slave Rebellion in Louisiana.
Schwartz and his business partner, Cameron Zoub, started a two-man technology and strategic consulting company called Varfaj Partners in September, 2018, which they project will hit $1 million in annual revenue this year at its current growth rate.
Learn about Mitch Glasser's '08 experience playing second base for Team Israel as he makes a bid for the 2020 Olympic games!
Michael Trainer '94 discusses how Latin had a lasting influence on his life, meeting the Dali Lama, mindfulness and more!
Stacy Igel '95, fashion designer and founder of Boy Meets Girl, takes us inside her NYC design studio for an exclusive look at her latest projects.
Jessica D'Onofrio '95, reporter for ABC7 in Chicago discusses her unique career path, trends in news media and reporting, and more!
Join us for a conversation with Academy Award Nominee Virgil Williams '88, as he discusses his Oscar nomination, career path, Latin's influence on his life and more.
Danielle Weisberg '04, Co-Founder of theSkimm discusses her career, innovation, Latin memories and more.
Film producer Albert Berger '75 talks about his 28 years in the business and working on projects such as Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Cold Mountain (2003) and Nebraska (2013).