Celebrating 70 Years
The Class of 1951 Remembers
In 1951, "I Love Lucy" premiered on CBS; Congress passed the 22nd Amendment, limiting a President to two terms; Joseph Stalin claimed that the Soviet Union had the atomic bomb; the Disney film adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland" debuted in theaters; Yankees star Joe DiMaggio retired from baseball; electricity was generated from nuclear power for the first time; and most important of all, the Gilman Class of 1951 proudly walked across the graduation stage that spring.
Enjoy the following publications from your days at Gilman.
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THE GILMAN NEWS
Your Support Makes a Difference
We are grateful for the many alumni who continue to support Gilman, especially as needs mount during the lingering pandemic and shifting economic landscape. Gifts in honor of your reunion are making a meaningful difference, better positioning the School to ensure that each boy continues to have access to the same Gilman education that allowed you to grow in mind, body, and spirit. It's not too late to make a difference. Click here to give back, allowing a young man to follow in your footsteps or Venmo: @GilmanSchool
Go to gilman.edu/aw2021 to register for this spring's virtual events and to check for updates and registration information for the in-person Alumni Weekend events taking place this fall.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
2021 Class Notes
During these uncertain times, Gilman continues to strive to strengthen the mind, body, and spirit of its students...and of its alumni. Now more than ever, we are excited to celebrate what inspires and connects us. We hope that you enjoyed this trip down memory lane and, despite pandemic-driven social distancing and travel restrictions, are still able to share with us a story of an encounter with a classmate.