Lumen: Shedding light on all things Gilman
an In-Depth Look at the Gilman Community by the Community.
Recently, and quite by accident, I was reminded of Charlie Gamper, a Gilman legend and one of the School’s all-time personalities. For those old enough to remember, Mr. Gamper, affectionately known as “The Duck,” died in 2008 following an unforgettable 38-year career.
In honor of Women’s History Month, learn about a few trailblazers who influenced Gilman.
On May 13, 1971, Clarence Young '73 describes the formation of Gilman's first affinity group.
In this essay, written in tribute to his English teacher Alex Armstrong and other influential Gilman figures, Patrick Smithwick '69 revisits his years as a student and their lasting effect on him 50 years later.
John Magladery '69 looks back at his years as a Gilman lacrosse player during the waning days of wood sticks, stiff leather gloves, and face masks of dubious value.
From woodchips to pit ball, recess continues to evolve at Gilman School.
While many students took off for a well-deserved vacation during spring break, Head Coach Larry Sheets and members of the varsity baseball team boarded a bus and headed south. The trip turned into more than baseball.
During spring break 24 Middle School boys visited France. Here are a selection of entries from their journals and a photo gallery of their travels.