Michael Blum '71 directs a revival of "Threepenney Opera" at Spotlighters Theatre. Read about his interpretation and presentation on the Sun website.
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Cheo Hurley '92 is featured in a new video about the work of Park Heights Renaissance. Cheo is the organization's executive director. (You can read more about his work in the Fall 2016 Gilman Bulletin.)
The New York Jets signed Darius Jennings to its practice squad in December 2016. Check out his player profile.
Photographer Tim Tadder '90 shared on Facebook a link to an article posted by Digital Photo Pro about his unique work style. Read the article.
In his fifth year as a Nittany Lion Brian Gaia '12 has made more starts than any teammate and has been named a captain for every game this season. He is featured in a Baltimore Sun article about his loyalty to Penn State.
Brett Tilley '15 serves as the manager for the College of Charleston Cougars basketball team. Brett is a sophomore at Charleston. He's pictured with his father Glenn. Go Cougars!
Bradley King '02 recently made his Broadway debut as Lighting Designer for the smash hit Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812, starring Josh Groban. The New York Times called it "the most innovative and the best new musical to open on Broadway since 'Hamilton.'" Read his interview with Broadway World.
Peter Merritt '12 has won a Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford University. He is one of at least seven Gilman alumni to have received the prestigious award.
Dorian Maddox '16 received Stanford Football's Greg Piers Award, presented to the most valuable scout team members, at the postseason football banquet. Dorian is a freshman running back. Congrats!
Ajay Kurian '02 is among the 63 artists whose work will be part of the 2017 Whitney Biennial. The Whitney Biennial is "the longest running survey of contemporary art in the United States." Read a profile about Ajay in the Summer 2014 Gilman Bulletin.
Melvin Keihn '14 is featured in this Pressbox article about his journey from war-torn Liberia to Terp linebacker.
The Gilman Black Alumni Leadership Institute meets monthly to mentor promising high school students...
Perhaps Mark Shapiro '85's past involvement with the Indians or his current leadership of the Blue Jays give us Orioles fans a reason to cheer for either team in 2016 ACLS? Read an article on the Baltimore Sun website.
Micah Kiser '13 graces the cover of the October 2016 issue of UVA's Cavalier Corner. Take a look at the article about Viriginia's "Man in the Middle."
Will Sherman '14 expresses thoughts about race, violence and policing in a letter to the editor published by the Baltimore Sun. Read Will's letter.
Look who Ned Harris bumped into at the Army-Navy women's soccer game last week: Chibuzo Ukandu '14, Sheldon Johnson'14, and Wes Mehl '16. But there's more to this small Gilman world story...
Dick Gamper '69, representing the LUNGevity Foundation, threw out the first pitch at the September 15 Orioles game vs. the Rays...
Malcolm Ruff '02 is named in the Top 40 Under 40 Directory of The National Trial Lawyers. Malcom practices with Saller & Bishop in Baltimore. Read Malcom's profile.
Shane Cockerille '13 is now a starting linebacker for the Terps. Read about his transition from quarterback in The Washington Post.
After taking third place in the New York Turf Writers Cup in his last ride, jockey Connor Hankin is putting his riding career on hold to join the United States Marine Corps. WRGB-TV Albany tells the story.