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News

2019

  • March

    Alumni Weekend 2018 Recap

    More than 250 alumni, faculty and friends returned to campus, flying in from China, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United Kingdom and 22 different states. It was good to have everyone back, and we enjoyed seeing the campus alive with visitors.
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  • Alumni Profile: Amar Lalvani ’92

    How Amar Lalvani ’92 is making Standard Hotels “a platform for creativity."
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  • Alumni Profile: Kathleen Terris ’06

    22½ Minutes with Kathleen Terris ’06.
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  • 2019 Alumni & Friends Peccary Trip to Barstow


    Alumni and friends are invited to join members of the Alf Museum's Board of Trustees and staff for a fun weekending searching for fossils in the Mud Hills near Barstow, Calif.
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  • Museum Hosts Book Launch for Ray Alf Biography

    Over 90 alumni, parents, trustees and friends of Webb gathered at the Alf Museum on March 1 to celebrate the release of Moment of Time: The Life of Raymond Alf and The History of The Peccary Society.
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  • Valerie Cook '09

    Sophomore Career Evening 2019

    Alumni returned to campus on February 10 to speak at the 20th Annual Sophomore Career Evening, hosted by the Alumni Council.
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  • Stuver '89 Joins Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

    John Stuver ’89 has been accepted into the sound branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He has been fortunate to work on a lot of great movies, but among the highlights was getting to do the last two James Bond films, Skyfall and Spectre, the first of which won the Oscar for Best Sound Editing.
     
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  • Connolly ’89 and Tung Create the Robert L. Connolly, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

    During his tenure, Robert Connolly, Sr. was a friendly and supportive presence on campus, an inspirational educator to many students, including his own son. He is remembered not only for his service inside the classroom, but as a teacher they could relate to beyond math. Bob Connolly Jr. connected to his father through athletic and academic pursuits, and now he and his wife Nancy Tung have created an endowed fund in his father’s memory. “Dad always said that of all his teaching experiences, Webb was the best experience of his career,” said Connolly Jr.
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  • February

    CASE VII Silver Award for Webb Advancement Team

    Webb's advancement office received a silver award at the 2019 CASE District VII awards ceremony on February 21 in Anaheim, Calif. in recognition of its endowment donor stewardship program. Other category winners included California Institute of Technology, University of Southern California, UC Irvine, UC Davis and UC San Francisco.
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  • Fall/Winter 2019

    “The process of finding the right college is more often than not riddled with anxiety for both students and their families. It is paradoxically both increasingly complex and more streamlined than ever. Technology allows students to simply add multiple colleges to the Common Application with a few clicks. And yet the convenience doesn’t reflect the intricate web of criteria that factor into applying to one college over another.”
     
    So opens the feature to our recent issue of WEBB Magazine. Reported and written by Christopher Michno, the piece delves into the myths and truths intertwined in the college admission process. He also offers up a series of personal success stories from recent Webb alumni now thriving at Stanford, Columbia, UC Berkeley and beyond. Part two follows young alumni who chose colleges related to their avocations—like art, business, engineering and others. The feature photography is done by Elisa Ferrari and focuses on the beautiful and varied architecture of the Claremont Colleges.
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  • Week of Sports, February 11-17

    VWS Soccer is still alive while softball, track, boys tennis...
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  • January

    Young alumni panel at the Affiliates meeting

    Young Alumni Return to Webb

    During the first week back from winter break, students and parents had a chance to hear from young alumni about their experiences at college including managing academics and being away from home, maintaining a healthy mind and body, as well as a panel on college athletics.
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  • Week of Sports, January 28-February 2

    The final week of the regular season brings with it...
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  • Week of Sports, January 21-26

    Two weeks to go in the regular season and as of today...
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  • Winter Dance Performance

    The Winter Dance Show 2019 UN / covered - is an exploration in what it means to cover and uncover - in music, dance, costuming, and text. Featuring choreography by dance coach and Webb faculty member Michael Szanyi and senior dance students, the show highlights self-expression through movement. How do we make something known? How do we bring that to light? By uncovering dance, the show asks audience members to explore how the study of movement informs their human experience.
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  • Early Admission News Class of 2019

    The Class of 2019 is posting an amazing set of early college admission results. With nearly 80 percent of the class filing an early decision or early action application to their top choice, many of them have already received good news from some of America’s most selective colleges and universities.

    This is going to be another record-breaking year in terms of the increase in numbers of applications for early admissions to the most sought-after colleges, some reporting as high as a 30% jump in early applicants compared to last year alone. While every indicator would predict much lower admit rates for most high school students, Webb students are enjoying acceptances to places that many schools haven’t seen an admit offer in years.
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  • The Art & Science of Decision Making

    It is no accident, I believe, that at this very moment there is a riveting tale in The New Yorker  about the art and science of decision making. Or, at least, not an accident that I found it and read it. Here at Webb, at this time of year, there is no shortage of students and families making some of the most important decisions (they believe) of their lives--from admission to and enrollment at Webb, to college admission for our seniors. Joshua Rothman rights beautifully about it here, bringing in examples from Darwin, Tolstoy, the modern parent and more. Read it in The New Yorker.
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  • Week of Sports, January 14-19

    It will be a wet one this week but with just three weeks remaining...
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  • L to R: Rachael Schiffris ’11, Katherine Kilmer ’10, Ed Ratinoff ’83, Sarah Sun ’10, Ariel Fan ’10

    Networking Essentials with Webb Alumni

    Michael Simonelli
    In January, five alumni returned to campus for our first ever "Networking Essentials with Webb Alumni" session. Students spent Saturday afternoon with our talented alumni learning about vital skills they'll need to effectively network and succeed in the increasingly competitive and complex job market. 
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  • Dr. Farke & Alf Museum in The Washington Post

    Augustyn Family Curator and Director of Research & Collections Andrew Farke is quoted today in The Washington Post on the impact of the federal government shutdown on fieldwork planning for paleontologists. Beyond the impact on visitor centers at such places as Dinosaur National Monument and the Petrified Forest National Park, research and fieldwork on federal lands has been dramatically affected, too. Read more in The Washington Post.
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