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Setting the Stage
Special Memorial Efforts
Emily Orrson '09 Named One of the "50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs in 2018"
John Pollard '59 - A Lesson About Leadership
Peter Kaestner '71 Sees His 9000th Bird!
Ted Kasper '15 Goes Back to the Classroom
Alumni return to Baltimore to reshape the city's future
Young Alumni Speaker Series: Cedric Charlier '13
Jeff Cohen '75's "The Soap Myth" Comes to Baltimore
Jennifer Tufaro Nolley '01 Named BBJ 40 Under 40
Brad Kolodner '08 & Charm City Junction Debut on Billboard
Molly Smith '82 Named 2018 Maryland History Teacher of the Year
Rob Dietz '99 Published in Travel & Leisure Magazine
Billy Collins '10 presents his film work
Billy Collins '10 presented to Upper School students about his film work in Antarctica.
Leigh Buck Friedman '71 to be inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Three players and one coach with ties to Baltimore will be inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Friends School Family Inspires "The Book of Joseph"
"The Book of Joseph," opens at Everyman Theatre on May 11.
Ashley Parrish '98 Speaks to Students
The 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, Ashley Parrish '98, took the time on Friday to speak with Upper School Students.
Alumni Award Recipients 2018
We are proud to announce the winners of this year's alumni awards.
Star Trek Technology, Innovations, and Ideas—for Real
Great Talk Lecture May 22
David R. Blumberg '74 Decides "Who will stay, who will go free"
David R. Blumberg '74, has served as chairman of the Maryland Parole Commission for over 15 years, with three governors.
Keith Tabatznik '76, Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame
Sam Powell '06's Groundbreaking Research
Diane Katzenberg Braun '67 Performs in May
Dr. Camille Powe Foster '02 Launches Diabetes Program at Mass General Hospital
Brooke Matthews '07 Named Assistant Coach for U.S. National Lacrosse Team
Did you see "Black Panther"?
Bravo Maggie Gibblin '17
Maggie performed in Cripple of Inishmaan at Washington College over the weekend.
Impromptu Dance Party, Anyone?
Finally a Bluetooth speaker you can attach to your keychain, and our alumni innovator Lauryn Goode
'05 and her husband Sean created it.
A look into the future of Friends
the launch of our new strategic direction microsite,
Zach Loewenberg '15 Named "Player of the Week"
Zach Loewenberg '15 was selected as one of Old Dominion Athletic Conference's (ODAC) "Players of the Week."
Larry Smith '83 and Randy Cooper Reunite on the Court
Larry Smith '83 and Randy Cooper reunite on the basketball court as coaches for the Lutherville-Timonium rec council.
Guy Furman '98's Innovation Makes Fresh Mussels Accessible
Furman '98, owner of Chicago Wet Storage and Marvesta Shrimp Farm, is "Trying to make it fresher, safer and easier to distribute mussels locally and to a wider audience."
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