Former Hun School Board Chair and Trustee Emeritus F. Kevin Tylus '73 Helps Springdale Golf Club Move with the Times
"Forty-eight boys and 36 girls from around the world were at Springdale Golf Club from July 30 to August 1 to play in the American Junior Golf Association championship. The AJGA, formed in 1978, is considered by many to be the best junior golf association in the world, and claims an impressive list of former members, including Tiger Woods, Paula Creamer, Jordan Spieth, Morgan Pressel, and Sergio Garcia.
When Lance Goulbourne and Doug Davis, Hun School Class of 2008, walked into the Grant Shipley'42 Pavilion gymnasium to coach basketball camp in early August, Mr. Goulbourne admits that his eyes went up toward the ceiling. There hangs a state championship banner that he and Mr. Davis helped Hun’s basketball team earn in 2007.
Recent Hun graduate Adam Wijaya ’18 watched a documentary in his Literature and Social Change class last fall about the white nationalists’ protests that occurred just about one year ago in Charlottesville, Virginia. He was so affected that he decided to travel to Charlottesville himself to interview residents about the events that unfolded.
UPDATE: Yale beat Duke on Monday, May 28th to clinch its first-ever NCAA men's lacrosse championship. It is the first Ivy League school to win since Princeton in 2001. Hun alumni Brendan Rooney '15 and Chris Fake '17 both play for the Bulldogs.
Hun alumnus Chris Fake ’17, a key defensive player for Yale men’s lacrosse, has been named Ivy League Rookie of the Year. On May 26th, he’ll compete with Yale in the NCAA lacrosse semi-finals. It will be the Bulldogs’ first lacrosse Final Four since 1990.
MANHATTAN, New York City (WABC) -- Alexandra Connell turned her painful and personal experience with disabilities into a new career. The Columbia University graduate is the founder of "Patti and Ricky," an online store specializing in fashion accessories for unique medical needs. Most of the designers themselves are disabled in some way, too.
The Hun School of Princeton honored distinguished alumni on April 20th with a dinner and awards ceremony. Peter E. Black ’78 is the 2018 Alumnus of the Year, and the 2018 Hun Athletic Hall of Fame inductees are Scott Anderson ’66, Greg Rafalski ’73, Johnny Rooney ’93, and Erica Rosenthal Sparkler ’98. The ceremony, held under a white tent and strung lights on Russell Lawn, kicked off the School’s 2018 Alumni Weekend, during which the campus reverberated with the sounds of affectionate greetings and fond remembrance.
As a nation unwinds, Hun School Alumnus Leopoldo López ’89, the opposition’s most prominent leader, sits under house arrest and contemplates what might still be possible.
UPDATE: Since the publication of this article, armed guards from the Venezuelan intelligence service have raided and occupied the residence of Leopoldo López. Members of the Venezuelan National Assembly gathered in front of the house, along with local media and citizens, to protest the invasion and threats by the Venezuelan government that López will be returned to military prison.
Jamie Greubel Poser, Hun Class of 2002, will represent the USA in the Winter Olympic Games, in PyeongChang, South Korea, this month. Ms. Greubel Poser, a driver for Team USA Bobsled, will compete alongside brakeman Aja Evans in the two-women bobsled.
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