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Peter Metz ’63

Peter Metz ’63 is enjoying living in the wonderful retirement community of North Hill in Needham, Massachusetts, about 12 miles from the center of Boston. He is active in his parish, Our Lady Help of Christians in Newton, and is especially involved with the justice and peace committee. He’s also committed as much time as […]

Noam Shendar MBA ’06

Noam Shendar MBA ’06 was featured on the Voices in Data Storage podcast, in which he shared his technical expertise on software-defined continuous inside storage systems. He is the general manager of Hyperscale Cloud Business at Zadara.

Deborah Armstrong MBA ’92

Deborah Armstrong MBA ’92 was promoted to assistant principal for multi-tiered support systems at San Benito High School (SBHS), which serves 3,100 students. Prior to her promotion, she taught math at SBHS and was a teacher of the year in the Hollister School District. She writes that she is really excited to be in her new position […]

Beth (Simas) Marcinek ’05

Beth (Simas) Marcinek ’05 and her husband, Matthew, welcomed their son, Eli Joseph, on Feb. 26, 2019. Eli is the grandson of Ted Simas ’70 and Rita Simas. He joins big brother Evan in their family home in Houston.

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A Welcoming Gate
A Welcoming Gate

Trustee Peggy Bradshaw ’72 and family honored with newly named connection between campus, town

The Path I’m On
The Path I’m On

The Miller Center’s Global Social Benefit Fellowship launched its first class onto lives of service and care.

Future and Past
Future and Past

Once a scholarship student, now a scholarship donor—The Catala Club builds the future.

Each Story I Hear
Each Story I Hear

Personal tales and hard truths: conversations with writer Khaled Hosseini ’88