Draft dreams do come true - the Los Angeles Rams selected Micah Kiser '13 in Round 5, Pick 10 of the 2018 NFL draft. Read the report on NFL.com.
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When the FIL World Lacrosse Championships open in July, Gilman will be well-represented. In addition to Marcus Holman '09, who will suit up for Team USA, his former teammate Evan Redwood '08 will take the field for Team Jamaica. Jamaica will be making its first-ever appearance on lacrosse's biggest stage, and Redwood has played a vital role in establishing lacrosse on the island nation by recruiting players, hosting clinics, setting up youth leagues, securing equipment, and raising much-needed funds. Learn more about Team Jamaica and follow Evan’s progress here.
Marcus Civin '94 makes a move from MICA to University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he will become the chair of the department of art and a professor of art, effective July 15.
"The San Franciscos and New Yorks are easy to love — whether they ever love you back or not. A love for Baltimore is much harder earned and potentially much more transformational." Read The Baltimore Sun's thoughtful and hopeful OpEd, written by Will Zerhouni '94, here.
Fullback Henry Poggi '13 signed as a rookie free agent with the Oakland Raiders. Henry played four years at Michigan. Congrats, Henry!
George Hess '55, David Hess '82, and Eli Hess competed for the 13th time in the American Visionary Art Museum's 20th Kinetic Sculpture Race.
Trinity College junior Will Rosenfield '14 has been named as a semifinalist for the NCAA Men's Golf Jack Nicklaus Award Player of the year.
Greg Wills '15, Georgetown '19, has published Plugged In: How AI will Enhance an Evolving Sports World, a "look at new AI technology and its effect on the sports industry." You can order here.
Doug Hoffberger '90 has been inducted into the Maryland State Squash Hall of Fame. He is ranked #1 nationally in the Men's 40+ Doubles Division.
Composer Judah Adashi '94 produced the third annual Rise Bmore, an annual evening of words and music in honor of Freddie Gray. The event included the premiere of a new work, "Invocation: Dear Baltimore."
Artist Palden Hamilton '93 spoke with Upper School students during a recent assembly. He showed his work and spoke about his life as a painter.
Phil Han ‘04 is "equal parts driven and grounded, bold but calculated in bringing fresh dining experiences to Baltimoreans." Learn how he's shaping the local restaurant scene with his burgeoning casual dining empire in this Baltimore Sun profile.
David Brewster ’79 returned to Gilman for the first time in 42 years to present a thoughtful Upper School assembly.
Titans WR Darius Jennings ‘11 came out to cheer when varsity lacrosse played St. Anne's Belfield in Charlottesville, winning 9-7. Current players were big Darius fans all the way back in Lower School. Read the story here.
After the UNC v. Lehigh game, lacrosse fan Oden ’31 was surprised by Gilman alums/current UNC players Will McBride '14, Kevin Walker '15, Jack Halpert '15, and Andy Matthews '15, who presented him with a signed team shirt.
A recent Forbes article about Brown Advisory's Sustainable Growth Fund features "Prius-driving" co-manager David Powell '93.
Major League Lacrosse (MLL) has selected Alexander P. "Sandy" Brown '81 has been selected as the second commissioner in the 18-year history of the league. Sandy's previous positions include president/CEO of One World Sports, president of Univision Sports, and managing director of both ESPN Asia and ESPN Star Sports.
Dr. Suber Huang '76, president and founder of The Retina Center of Ohio in South Euclid, OH, is the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Jose Rizal International Medal from the Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO). The Jose Rizal Medal is given to an outstanding ophthalmologist who has demonstrated excellence in ophthalmology in the Asia-Pacific region. It is the organization's highest recognition for contributions to education and clinical care.
Listen as Charlie Duff '71, president of Jubilee Baltimore, speaks with WYPR's Sheilah Kast about the architectural history of Baltimore's row homes. Click here for the recording.