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Jenny Maine, Director of Alumni Relations 


  • Advancement Student Ambassadors: Creating a ‘Culture of Philanthropy’

    Posted March 9, 2015

    In his sophomore year, Kyle Davie ’16 began working with the School’s advancement office as a student caller, a position that gave him the opportunity to connect with alumni as he solicited Blair Fund support during student “phoneathons.”

  • Wall Street Journal Columnist Nominates Jack Bogle '47 for Presidential Medal of Freedom

    Posted March 5, 2015
    Jack Bogle '47

    Click here to read the nomination and sign the petition to vote in favor of Mr. Bogle.

  • Blair Students Tour C.F. Martin & Co.

    Posted March 4, 2015

    Five Blair students explored the art and history of guitar-making at the Nazareth, Pennsylvania, headquarters of C.F. Martin & Co., producer of world-famous acoustic instruments since 1833. Blair alumnus Dick Boak ’68, C.F. Martin’s Director of Museum, Archives and Special Projects, accompanied the group throughout their visit and gave students an in-depth look at every aspect of the facility. A guided factory tour, hands-on museum visit and time spent strumming guitars were all part of the memorable February 25 trip.

  • Bre Cavanaugh ’15 Spotlighted by USA Today High School Sports

    Posted March 2, 2015

    Each season, Gatorade recognizes one student-athlete from each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C., who embodies its Player of the Year program’s three pillars: athletic production, academic achievement and exemplary character. In late February, Bre Cavanaugh ’15 was recognized as meeting those criteria as a serious Gatorade State Player of the Year contender on Calling her one of the top high school guards in the country, the spotlight reviewed Bre’s personal history, athletic and academic accomplishments, and commitment to volunteer work. To read her amazing story, click here.

  • Luol Deng '03's Path of Righteousness

    Posted March 2, 2015

    In a life full of difficult challenges, Heat forward Luol Deng '03 manages to keep a positive outlook.

  • Blair Alumni Join Head of School for Boston Reception

    Posted February 24, 2015

    Head of School Chris Fortunato and several Blair faculty members traveled to Boston on February 26, for an evening reception with New England-based alumni at the Downtown Harvard Club of Boston (to view photos from the event, click here). The reception wraps up a busy winter season of alumni events, which have united Blair faculty with the School’s extended family in Washington, D.C., Louisiana, Pennsylvania and New York.

  • Lafayette College History Professor Discusses U.S.-Russia Relations at Skeptics

    Posted February 19, 2015

    Joshua Sanborn, PhD, returned to the Society of Skeptics on Tuesday, February 24, to engage the Blair community in a timely conversation about relations between the United States and Russia with a special focus on Vladimir Putin's aggression in Ukraine and Russia's relationship with the West.

  • Hakeem Harris '10 Finds Home on NYU’s Court

    Posted February 12, 2015

    Though faced with uncertainty about his collegiate basketball career earlier this year, Hakeem Harris '10 has made his way to the starting lineup for the NYU Violets.

  • Founder of NFL Films Ed Sabol '36 dies at 98

    Posted February 11, 2015

    In early February, Ed Sabol ’36, whose innovative techniques as founder of NFL Films helped to raise the profile of pro football in America and earned him an induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died at the age of 98. To read more about Mr. Sabol’s distinguished career and lasting legacy, click here.

  • Blair Welcomes Young Alumni to First-Ever Networking Event in NYC

    Posted February 11, 2015

    Young alumni attended Blair’s first-ever networking reception, hosted by Emeritus Trustee Jim Krugman ’65 and his wife, Connie, on February 10 in New York City. Complementing the alumni networking and mentorship program the School rolled out in 2014, attendees had an opportunity to converse with experienced professionals in a range of industries who understand the ways in which a Blair education makes alumni uniquely qualified to succeed in college and beyond. To view photos from the event, click here.

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Fri Jun 05

Alumni Weekend

Thru: Sunday, June 7, 2015