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.
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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.
Thomas Booker '18 was awarded the Jimmy Rogers Jr. Trophy for Most Valuable Lineman after the Cardinal's 14-13 victory over Pitt in the Sun Bowl. He has also been named to the First Team of Pac-12 Standout Freshmen.
Kevin Holley ’79 has given his Ravens playoff tickets to a total stranger who turned out to be connected in more ways than one. You won't believe how it came about. Here's the Baltimore Sun story.
Kevin Robbins '94 and his company, Wolf Den Associates, are profiled in a Washington Business Journal article about the rapid growth of the company.
Toby Bozzuto ’92 calls for business leaders to “Stand For Diversity In The Face Of Darkness” in this Huffpost editorial.
Phil Han '04 has expanded his restaurants again with the opening of Noona's, a pizza spot in Mt. Royal that is dedicated to his older sister. Here's the story in Baltimore Magazine.
Jason Finkelstein ‘94, has become a contributor to Forbes magazine. Here is a recent article. Jason, who describes himself as a "computer scientist turned product manager turned strategic marketer," is the CRO of Traitify, an HR tech company.
Brandon Copeland '09 and Darius Jennings '11 exchanged jerseys -- with bookend numbers! -- after they played each other on December 2, with the Tennessee Titans getting the win over the New York Jets 26-22.
Erik Atas ’97 has been selected as a Ravens Community Quarterback for his volunteer work. Erik, who leads the criminal department at Zirkin & Schmerling Law, offers legal counsel to people in treatment for substance abuse to help them expunge nonviolent crimes from their records. Learn more about Erik’s community service here.
Ravens CB/RS Cyrus Jones '12 was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week on Wednesday after scoring his first career return touchdown last Sunday. Here's the story in the Baltimore Sun. And here's a profile of Cyrus from PressBox.
Angelos brothers John '85 and Louis '87 have participated in the Orioles franchise for 25 years, primarily behind the scenes. They are taking a higher profile as they have assumed control of the organization. They introduced new executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias last week and spoke about their plans in this Baltimore Sun article.
Jets LB Brandon Copeland '09 never sits still for long. In the spring he will teach a financial literacy course at his alma mater, UPenn. Here's the story in the New York Post. During football season, he has also been flipping houses. Here’s the story from Sports Illustrated.
Kimball Byron '74 will complete his 50th run of the JFK 50 Mile Ultramarathon on November 17, setting a record for the most runs in America’s oldest ultramarathon. In 1968, the year he completed his first run, he became the youngest participant to complete the race.
The contributions of STX founder Richard Tucker '47 to the growth of lacrosse is the subject of this WJZ-TV story. Tucker created the first plastic lacrosse stick.
A bridge over Loch Raven Reservoir has been named in honor of Army Cpl. Chris Coffland ’84, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009. Click here for a summary and photos from the ceremony, and read an article about Chris and the nonprofit founded by his sister after his death to support wounded veterans.