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Christie's will auction the personal Americana collection of acclaimed rare book dealer William Reese '73 starting in May. The sale will be performed in 700 lots, and carries a total estimated value of $12 million to $18 million.
Orioles broadcaster Brett Hollander '03 reflects on his first visit to Oriole Park at Camden Yards and how that game changed the trajectory of his professional life.
LA Dodgers minor league pitcher Peter Heubeck '21 was recently profiled on the Dodger Poke, a website that gives fans an inside look into what life is like in the farm system.
Army sophomore guard Jalen Rucker '19 was named Patriot League GEICO Men's Basketball Player of the Week on January 10, 2022.
Daron Hines '96 has been named the new President of Staples Promotional Products (SPP). Daron has previously held executive positions at Morton Salt, the J.M Smucker Company, and General Mills.
Lucas Randrianarivelo '17 was recently elected Student Government President at the Rochester Institute of Technology. In his role, Randrianarivelo now represents over 18,000 students at RIT.
A new book by Robert Nelson profiles the remarkable and uniquely American life of Fife Symington ’64. Born into one of the wealthiest families in America, Symington fought in the Vietnam War before returning and making his fortune in real estate in the western United States.
Patrick Hudson '04 and his team at True Chesapeake Oyster Co. gave their time and resources to assist with Thanksgiving dinner at Bea Gaddy Family Center.
In just his second full season as the Head Coach of the Concordia Prep football team, Joe Battaglia '04 led the Saints to a 14-3 win over Loyola to capture the 2021 MIAA B Conference Championship held at Calvert Hall College.
Legendary Governor's Academy Wrestling Coach George Heberton "Heb" Evans III '45 was inducted into the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame at a ceremony at Gillette Stadium on November 13.
This year’s Veterans Day observance at Gilman featured a special treat. Colonel Matthew Bartlett ’95 joined the assembly via Zoom from Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, where he commands the Air Force’s 449th Air Expeditionary Group.
Marblehead, a short film written and directed by classmates Kevin Walker '15 and Jack Auen '15, debuted at the Woodstock Film Festival in September-October 2021 and was named the Best Short Film at the prestigious Big Apple Film Festival.
Navy DB Rayuan Lane intercepted a dropped pass with one hand to get the Midshipmen the ball back in a game played on Friday, October 29, 2021 at Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium.
Thomas Booker ’18 was selected as one of 13 finalists for the 2021 William V. Campbell Trophy®, college football’s premier scholar-athlete award that annually recognizes an individual as the absolute best in the nation for his combined academic success, football performance, and exemplary leadership.
Michael Karas '72 has joined Baltimore’s National Public Radio station’s board of directors.
Index Exchange has named Ware '92 their new Vice President of Technical Solutions.
The U.S. Department of Energy selected OTORO Energy, a company founded by Michael Marshak '02, for funding to manufacture flow battery technology for long-duration energy storage.
3,841 miles; 68 days; 273 hours of cycling. Read on to learn about Hamilton Easter '64's ride of a lifetime.
On September 16, The Los Angeles Sentinel named Booker their Athlete of the Week. Reflecting on this award, Booker took a moment to highlight the imortance of his Gilman experience.