Alumnae/i News

  • Reunion Weekend: June 6-8, 2014

    Posted March 28, 2014

    Alumnae/i with class years ending in a 4 or 9 will be particularly excited to see this year’s Reunion Weekend program, with classmates on panels ranging from architecture, law, and film, to women in power. Moderating the panels (representing over 40 years of CA teaching experience) are Chris Rowe, Justin Bull, and Stephanie Manzella; participants include Louisa Bradford '69, Harvey Burrell '09, Tripp Clemens '09, Rebecca Dobrow '99, Alex Glazier '89, Adam Harper '94, Andrew Herwitz '79, Erik Hestnes '79, Ingrid Hillinger '64, Michael Lichtenstein '94, Sarah Pillsbury '69, Julia Preston '69, and Josh Towvim '94.

  • DC Alumnae/i Engage CA Students

    Posted March 26, 2014

    During this year’s spring break, the CA alumnae/i network in Washington, DC fired up to welcome visiting Concord Academy students. The trip began at an informal dinner at Matchbox, where 21 alumnae/i joined the 19 visiting students and chaperones for pizza. Overheard conversations ranged from favorite CA classes, then-and-now boarding experiences, as well as advice and thoughts on everything from colleges in the area to the state of politics in our nation’s capital. But that was only the beginning.

  • Julia Glass '74 Reading at Concord Bookshop

    Posted March 25, 2014

    Julia Glass '74 will be appearing at the Concord Bookshop on Sunday, April 6 at 3:00 p.m. to read and sign copies of her new novel, And the Dark Sacred Night.

  • Rapper Le1f ’07 Attributes Motivation to CA Dance Company Director Richard Colton

    Posted March 17, 2014

    Khalif Diouf ’07, aka Le1f, made his television network debut on The Late Show with David Letterman on March 13, 2014. Le1f performed WUT from his new EP Hey that was released on March 11. Le1f was recently profiled in Vogue as New York’s hottest underground rapper. In his Vogue interview, Le1f attributes his motivation to perform to CA Dance Company Director Richard Colton.

  • Changes to the CA Magazine

    Posted December 13, 2013

    For many of you, the new issue of the CA magazine has arrived and, if it hasn't, it will be very soon. In looking at the issue, you will notice a few changes to how the magazine looks and how it feels. Given this is our all-constituent magazine -- one in which either you or people you know, and know well, are featured -- we wanted to share those changes, and our thinking behind them.

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