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Reunion Weekend 2019: Concord Academy Alumnae/i Reflect and Reconnect

June 12, 2019

From June 7 through June 9, CA welcomed more than 200 alumnae/i and former faculty back to campus. Idyllic spring weather set the tone for a Concord Academy reunion weekend with strong turnout and great energy. With attendees returning from 14 different classes — from the class of 1949 celebrating its 70th reunion to the class of 2014, its fifth — the weekend gave former classmates many opportunities to catch up, reminisce, and explore today’s campus and the town of Concord. Alumnae/i from across the generations had a chance to mingle and learn how others remain involved in the life of the school, and to make new connections with fellow alumnae/i who have carried CA’s values out into the world.

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Alumnae/i & Students of Color Conference 2019

February 8, 2019

Karen McAlmon ’75 and Adil Bahalim ’02, co-chairs of the Alumnae/i Community and Equity Committee, invite alumnae/i of color to campus for an afternoon of identity-centered leading and learning. Join current students of color to explore what it means to navigate the world as young people of color today. Dr. Liza Talusan will lead us in conversation as we examine experiences, culture, and climate at CA and beyond.

Laura Twichell ’01 Named Interim Academic Dean

February 6, 2019

I am very pleased to announce that Laura Twichell ’01 has agreed to serve as CA’s interim academic dean for 2019–20, beginning on July 1. She is respected for her skills as a learning leader, her commitment to issues of equity and inclusion, and her thoughtful approach to mentoring students.

Sharing and Hearing Our Stories: Concord Academy Spends Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 in Listening and Reflection

February 5, 2019

On January 21, a full day of Martin Luther King Jr. Day programming by the Community and Equity Office gave Concord Academy students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to step outside of the regular academic routine to consider our own identities, the societies we live in, and the future we want for ourselves and for others in our communities. In addition to student- and faculty-led workshops and a showing of Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin by filmmaker Nancy Kates ’80, CA welcomed Rodney Glasgow to campus. An educator, speaker, facilitator, trainer, and activist in the areas of diversity, equity, and social justice, Glasgow delivered a keynote address that touched our community deeply.

Joan Shaw Herman Award Nominations Due on February 19

February 4, 2019

The Concord Academy Alumnae/i Association welcomes nominations for the 2017 Joan Shaw Herman Award. We hope you will take a moment to learn more about this special honor and consider members of our community who demonstrate the power of service. The deadline to submit nominations is February 20, 2017.

Looking for Alumnae/i Admissions Interviewers!

January 6, 2019

The CA Alumnae/i Admissions Interview Program is a great way to connect our alumnae/i to CA today and support our admissions team in the process. Each school year, our alumnae/i interviewers spend time on a select few Saturday mornings in the Admissions Office on campus interviewing potential CA students. If interested, please contact Emily Walberg (emily_walberg@concordacademy.org) for more information.

2018–19 Davidson Lecturer Patsy Aldana ’64 Speaks about Migrant Children at Risk

November 13, 2018

On November 8, 2018–19 Davidson Lecturer Patsy Aldana ’64 spoke at CA about the plight of migrant children in crisis. Reviewing the history of U.S. involvement in Central America and the conditions in the Northern Triangle — El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras — she argued that instead of being demonized as threats to the United States, migrants should be understood as people whose history is closely tied to Americans’. The present circumstances have made thousands of children extremely vulnerable, she said, and hence worthy of protection.

 

Fall 2018 Issue of CA Magazine

November 10, 2018

The fall 2017 issue of Concord Academy magazine is out. You can read feature stories from this issue and interactive online exclusives on CA’s website.

Where Life Meets Art

November 4, 2018

Several Concord Academy graduates have gone on to careers in documentary photography, capturing everyday life and historic events. Here are stories from four alumnae/i whose images help us see our world differently.

Little Blue Hope

November 2, 2018

A daily pill can prevent the transmission of HIV. Why aren’t we celebrating?

Melody Ko ’89: Creative Collaborator

November 2, 2018

“My goal is to defy stereotypes and make connections,” says Melody Ko ’89, a photographer who has transferred her skills to a career in educational communications.

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