Posted June 9, 2011
The Hun School of Princeton Alumni Association hosted Senior Dinner on Wednesday, May 25th, welcoming students of the Class of 2011 to the Alumni Association. The event was held in the School’s dining hall and was attended by members of the School’s alumni community, faculty, administrators, and students of the Class of 2011. The keynote speech of the evening was offered by Jonathan Chirumbolo ’06, a candidate for a Master of Science degree with a focus in strength and conditioning from George Washington University.
Mr. Chirumbolo returned to The Hun School with warm words of encouragement and advice for the seniors. A post-graduate of the School, he recalled how an injury postponed his collegiate dreams to compete on the baseball diamond, but provided him with valuable time and lessons at The Hun School. Mr. Chirumbolo said, “Not everything will go your way, and you may not expect certain things to happen, but you have to be able to push through.” He went on, “Everyone here has been given the foundation to achieve what they want. I remember saying to myself after the first semester at college, that The Hun School was like a mini-college, and it truly was the best transition I could have had.”
Alumni Board President Nicholas Scozzari ’77, reminded students to wear their class rings to the Commencement Exercises, where they would be officially announced as the newest members of the Alumni Association.