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Barbara Dugan Johnson '79 has lived abroad for the past 21 years. She's lived in Japan, Taiwan and France and these days calls Switzerland home.
Blake alumnus David Duckler '05 recently visited Blake to share his experience and observations about China and, specifically, tea from China with a number of classes at the Upper School.
Please join us for the 2012-13 season of Breakfast at Blake, a speaker series sponsored by the Blake Alumni Association. The next event is Thursday, May 16 featuring documentary filmmaker Annie Sundberg ’86.
Billy Meyers '03 moved to China three months after his graduation from Duke. Meyers says that living in Beijing for the past five years has been the best decision of his life.
Deeply troubled by the extreme rubbish pollution he observed while visiting northeast India, David Priest '86 has set out on an experiment blends a public health effort, an environmental program and an economic development project.
The Board of Trustees recently approved plans for a new Center for Science, Design and Research at Blake's Upper School. Construction is scheduled to begin this spring and will be completed by the start of next school year.
Author and alumna Anne Ursu ’91 made it clear during her recent visit to Blake that her alma mater holds a special place in her heart. And the feeling is most certainly mutual.
Lynn Jacobson has a new book, "Secrets of a Trophy Husband" subtitled "Things We Do For Love."
Scott Donaldson has published his 18th book, "Death of A Rebel: The Charlie Fenton Story."
Brittany Ann Reneé Robinson is a professional soprano opera singer in Miami, Fla as part of the Young Artist Program with the Florida Grand Opera.
The Washington Redskins signed wide receiver Isaac Anderson as an undrafted rookie free agent on Aug. 1. Anderson is a 2006 Blake graduate and played NCAA Division I football for the Wisconsin Badgers from 2006-2010.
Anne Marie Ruff Grewal read from her new book, “Through These Veins,” in Minneapolis this past July.
Michael Olson '01 found himself back in the Blake band room.
Read the New York Times article about U.S. Geological Survey Director Marcia McNutt ’70 and her leadership during the worst oil spill in U.S. history.
Alumnus Seth Pinksy '89 was recently profiled by crainsnewyorkbusiness.com as one of New York's Under 40 Rising Stars.