Mac Ford, Henry Galleher, and Alexander "Sandy" Brown, all Class of 1981, got together recently. The three former lacrosse teammates caught up in Denver, CO, where Henry lives and where Sandy's league – Major League Lacrosse – has a franchise. Click here to compare the current photo with an archival picture of the three back in 1981.
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Andy Matthews '15 is the focus of this profile in The Daily Tar Heel. The UNC lacrosse player ranks second on the team for goals this season, and has lead the team in assists the past two years. He started in all of the games in both the 2017 and 2018 seasons, with 2017 being a ACC championship win for the Tar Heels.
Dan Diamond ’98 and Andrew Schapiro ‘01 addressed the Upper School in March for the 38th Annual H.K. Douglas Cotton Memorial Lecture.
Three members of the Class of 2010 – J.D. Kameen, Jay Brooks, and Andrew Mighty – have completed Pacific Blitz, a two-week amphibious exercise with Marines on and off the coast of California. They are shown here with a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle.
Mike Lwin '01 is the co-author of this article in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs about Facebook's presence in Myanmar. He is the CEO of Koe Koe Tech, an IT social enterprise in Myanmar.
The JV Lacrosse Team invited noted Sports Psychiatrist Arman Taghizadeh '95 to campus in early March to do a session on mental skills training, which addresses performance anxiety and pre-game preparation. Learn more.
Gilman wrestling fans who tuned into the ACC Championships on ESPN online over the weekend may have recognized a familiar face.
Mitchell Whiteman '94 has joined the Baltimore office of William Blair, an investment bank. Subscribers can read the full story about the group's move in the Baltimore Business Journal or learn about Mitchell's career path here.
Navy freshman Derrick Thompson '18 was named the Patriot League Male Tennis Player of the Week for the second time this season. The Mids' No. 2 singles player, Derrick's record stands at 9-1 in singles and 7-2 in doubles. Here's more from the Navy Sports website.
Skiing, surfing, or chilling with friends during winter break? Not Sawyer Lynch '18! During his first winter break, the University of Maryland freshman served on Capitol Hill as an intern with Congressman John Sarbanes '80.
Two out of three weeks for Max Costes '18! He is the Big Ten Freshman of the week for the second time after helping the Terrapins to a 3-1 record on the weekend, posting a pair of victories over Stetson and a win over Delaware. Learn more here.
Kevin Walker '15 was honored by UNC with an Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award at halftime during the basketball game last weekend. One junior or senior on each UNC team was honored for academic excellence. Congratulations Kevin!
Ayende Watson ’18 concluded his freshman indoor track season at UVA with a seasons best 24' 3.75" and received 2nd Team All ACC Honors at the ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships. His long jump ranked as the 7th best in UVA track & field history – and the 3rd best by a freshman.
Jets LB Brandon Copeland '09 never sits still for long. During his off season, he is teaching a financial literacy course at his alma mater, UPenn. Subscribers can read about it in the Wall Street Journal. Watch him in (teaching) action in this ESPN video.
Members of the Gilman Class of 2015 held an impromptu reunion in Chapel Hill when the UNC lacrosse team hosted Harvard. Learn more here.
Several members of the class of 1964 gathered recently at the home of Ginny and Jeff Miller on Capitol Hill for an enjoyable evening of food, wine, and conversation. Shown in the photo: Standing L-R, Bob Locke, Steve Scott, Tim Wolf, John Redwood, Jim Campbell, Bert Keidel. Seated L-R, Jim Isaacs, Doug Green, Jeff Miller. The class will meet again in April at Gilman to celebrate their 55th reunion.
Chip Linehan '88's education nonprofit, Building 21, which operates innovative schools in Philadelphia and Allentown, is featured in this Forbes article. Chip discusses the philosophy and founding of Building 21 in this video.
How often does a rookie player get to the Super Bowl? Our own Micah Kiser '13, an LA Rams linebacker, is one! In this Baltimore Sun article, Micah "attributes some of his football savvy to his time at Gilman." And here's a recent news piece that aired on WJZ-TV.
The career path of Dana Underwood '92 has been unlike any other. How did the mechanical engineer, entrepreneur, and photographer become global head of health technology at Johnson & Johnson? Learn more in this J&J feature.
Chuck Baker ’97 has been named president of the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) board. He is a partner at Chambers, Conlon & Hartwell and president of the National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association.