Learn about Mitch Glasser's '08 experience playing second base for Team Israel as he makes a bid for the 2020 Olympic games!
News & Events
The Nathan Cummings Foundation (NCF) announced Jaimie Mayer has succeeded Ruth Cummings as Chair of the Board of Trustees. The great-granddaughter of NCF Founder Nathan Cummings and granddaughter of NCF’s first board chair, Beatrice “Buddy” Cummings Mayer, Jaimie was imbued with NCF’s core values from an early age.
Griswold '91 was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction for her book "Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America."
Schneider is featured for Women's History Month for her advances in technology and innovative design as Managing Director of Fjord Chicago.
Check-out Jason Gelbort's '02 latest op-ed regarding Myanmar's proposed Constitution review. Gelbort is an independent legal consultant who has advised ethnic resistance groups and civil-society organizations in Myanmar on constitutional design, cease-fire negotiations and human rights.
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).