Former U.S. secretary of state George P. Shultz '38 paid a return visit to the Island for a question-and-answer session with Head of School Sheila Culbert in front of an all-school audience on October 27.
Loomis Chaffee welcomed alumni and their families back to the Island for this year's Founders Day on October 28. On the sunny and breezy afternoon, alumni attended home athletics games and engaged in other fun activities on campus.
Students Present Five Epic Performances of Shakespeare's 'Pericles'
Audiences delighted in the student production of
Pericles: Prince of Tyre, William Shakespeare's tale of love and virtue overcoming treachery and deceit, in the Norris Ely Orchard Theater during the play's five-performance run October 25-28.
From the Archives: Making Milk on the Island
While today's agriculture program focuses mainly on vegetable and fruit growing, for about five decades in the twentieth century, Loomis' agricultural efforts centered on livestock.
#GivingTuesday: November 28
Save the date for #GivingTuesday, a global celebration of giving back. Join Loomis Chaffee alumni, parents, and friends in making your 2017-18 Annual Fund gift on that day. Your support enables Loomis to continue educating students to a high standard of excellence. Visit Loomis' giving page to make your gift.
Boys Cross Country Team Wins Fourth Founders League Title
The boys cross country team won their fourth consecutive, and twelfth overall, Founders League Championship on November 4.
Lefty Michaela Giuttari '16 Tops NESCAC Field Hockey Charts
Thanks to a four-goal effort in a win against Morrisville State on October 4, Hamilton College field hockey player Michaela Giuttari '16 currently leads the New England Small College Athletic Conference in both goals and points.