2018

  • November

    Rear Admiral Frank D.

    A Noble Calling

    Duty. Honor. Country.
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  • Jake McGee, Collegiate Class of 2010

    Perspective Through Adversity

    Rehabilitating a serious injury is not for the faint of heart. It requires both physical and psychic energy. It tests one’s mettle, heart, and patience. Indeed, it tests one’s character.
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  • October

    Stephen Adamson, Collegiate Class of 1992

    Honoring an Amazing Life

    The time had arrived for Stephen Adamson to blow out the candles on his birthday cake, but the adventuresome two-year-old was nowhere to be found.
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  • Coach Karen Doxey and University of Richmond field hockey coach Jamie Whitten Montgomery '03

    Paying It Forward

    You noticed, first, the spunk.
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  • September

    Emily Disler '14

    A Dream Come True

    In the lexicon of rowing, “swing” is a phenomenon created when hearts, minds, and bodies function as one single, smooth, cohesive unit.
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  • August

    Helen Tanner (left) with Malcolm U. Pitt Jr. and Julia Williams

    Helen Tanner '49: A Collegiate Treasure

    Long before there was Facebook, Helen Tanner cornered the market on “Likes.”
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  • June

    Beth Hutchins presents the Alex Smith Alumni Service Award to Jay DeVoe as Alex Smith looks on.

    Just There to Help

    There sat Jay DeVoe, front and center at Collegiate’s Commencement May 25, with hardly an inkling of what would transpire as the festivities unfolded before him.
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  • Sarah Portlock Fellman, Collegiate Class of 2003

    Honoring Sarah Portlock Fellman '03

    Over the years, whenever Sarah Portlock Fellman’s life got tough, she would always step back, take a deep breath, and draw on the words and spirit of her motto: “Head down. Power through.”
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  • New Job Shadowing Program Launches

    Collegiate School students are participating this week in Trailblaze, a pilot program established to connect rising seniors with Richmond-area alums working in various professions.
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  • Jessica Joseph, Collegiate Class of '18

    Honoring Jessica Joseph

    Watch me.
    I will go to my own sun.
    And if I am burned by its fire,
    I will fly on scorched wings.
                      Segovia Amil
                      “Warrior”
     
    Jessica Joseph surely felt the fire. She flew intrepidly and fearlessly on scorched wings. That’s just what cancer survivors must do.
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  • January

    Max Schnur '11, a professional tennis player, will return to action in late January following a hiatus to care for an elbow injury.

    A Visit With Max Schnur '11

    The pain is gone. Actually, the pain has been gone for a while now. The rehab? Over and done with, at long last. The touch? It’s returning. The desire? Never left.
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