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Stories of life after Dublin!  Check in every few weeks for new stories, updates, and announcements.

Alumni Spotlight: Faith Lewis '18

Faith Lewis '18 recently moved to Vienna, Austria to pursue a Doctorate in physics after finishing her Master's Degree in chemistry at Loyola University! In 2017, she received a book award from Dublin History Chair Lindsay Brown- 'American Prometheus: the Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer' by Kai Bird and Marin J. Sherwin. She had written her final paper for U.S. History on The Manhattan Project, and has serendipitously ended up in the same lab where Oppenheimer spent some time training, TU Wein. Check out the photo above of Faith on her first day!

From the Archives: Dublin Sports Then and Now

We took a stroll through memory lane this week, going through some old photos of our athletics teams from the '80s, '90s and early 2000s. Check out Holly Macy coaching the girls lacrosse team in the thumbnail photo ūüėä

More throwback photos can be found HERE. 

Upcoming Events

Check out the Spring '23 Edition of the Dubliner Magazine!

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Meet the Advancement Team

Erika Rogers

Associate Head of School for Advancement

Donna Stone

Annual Fund Director

Hunter Bachman

Communications

Aimee Lord

Advancement Associate

Dublin School Today

With intention, we think about what we ask you to do each day. Together we create a place where you can strive and grow. 

A video showing images of students being inclusive and kind

Being in a community where kindness is truly valued is simply better! People at Dublin take that extra minute to think beyond themselves when they engage with each other, and those minutes add up to something special.

 

Video of students doing adventurous things at Dublin

We really mean it when we say you will try many new things at Dublin. Build your own adventure.

 

a video showing students being creative

Creativity is an unavoidable outcome of curiosity.  Dublin students are curious.