Instead of allowing grief and loss to define her, Patty Dunne Lewis ’88 decided to honor the memory of her husband, Adam Lewis ’87 — and the transformational impact education made in his life — by opening a preschool for low-income children.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the last student production to be staged in Minor Theater. Built in 1872, the library, turned infirmary, turned performance space, will enter its next life as a residence hall in 2015.
A decade ago this spring the first same-sex marriages took place in Massachusetts, and last year the Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act. Behind each landmark victory on the road to marriage equality is attorney Mary Bonauto ’83, known as a “giant” in the marriage-rights movement.
Looking dapper on the links, Greg Scott ’14 was also a standout with his clubs. This year’s Riffle Award winner for outstanding senior male athlete, he was voted to the Golf Coaches Association of America All-America third team and to the All-Freshman Team in 2011. Scott shares the team record for best 18-hole score with a 67. Having led the team to two appearances in the four-team NESCAC championship, his career average for an 18-hole round is 75.4 strokes.