Cal Butler '07 is a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. in Washington, D.C. He works on the Air Force's Invisible Wounds Initiative, which seeks to improve perceptions of treatments for PTSD. He was recently interviewed by the Milla Hispanic Leadership forum for his immigration advocacy and counter-terrorism experience. He graduated from George Washington University with a degree in International Affairs in 2013. On his time at the Dublin School, Cal says "Dublin is a unique place that brings different parts of the world to a tiny campus. It was the opportunity of a lifetime." He grew as a performer, a sportsman, and a leader while at Dublin, having participated in drama, sailing, and student government. Cal was inspired by his Spanish teacher, Mr. Lowenthal, to travel throughout Latin America. He has returned to many times for international projects in counter-narcotics and international development. He hopes that Dublin students will take advantage of the experiences, language, and culture of their international friends as much as possible, while doing their best to represent American culture well; having a global perspective will serve them well in life." #dsalumnispotlight #truthandcourage
Family Weekend Dance Performance 2017.
Family Weekend 2017
Buddies on the quad. Family Weekend 2017
🎶 rehearsal for Dublin Family Weekend
Boys and girls varsity ⚽️ futsal madness on a rainy day
First Morning Meeting in expanded Louise Shonk Kelly Recital Hall. Natural light and a dance floor!
Milky Way over Upper Field - photo by Silas Howe
This is how we resolve conflicts at Dublin! #truth&courage
Rounding the upwind mark.
Moon Festival dinner at Lee & Mt. Fuji.
As the playoffs begin this week, a #tbt to the days when Dublin students played America’s favorite pastime! Can anyone locate the field on campus? #truth&courage #baseball
Mountain Day 2017
Magician Andrew Evans mystifying the crowd at DublinInspires Friday night.
Emily Ruggeberg ’10 has been selected as the 2017 Curatorial Fellow for the Mildred Hawn Gallery at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Emily is an art historian who has specialized in modern and contemporary art with a focus on feminist and performance art. On her time at the Dublin School, Emily says, “Dublin was formative for me in the sense that it provided me with the confidence to advocate and think for myself.” She credits the small class size, senior seminars, and her time as a proctor as providing her with the confidence to lead discussions with peers and present her work and opinions to co-workers. She would love to see more Dubliners working in the arts, and advises others with an interest to, “…expose yourself to as many periods and mediums of art as possible. In a competitive field like curating or museum work, it's important to find your specialty to stand out from other candidates”. The Haven Gallery is located in the Hamon Arts Library at the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU. Emily will curate three exhibitions during the academic year that enhance and complement the school's curriculum. #DSalumnispotlight #truth&courage
"There may not be a more unlikely pairing. A 71-year-old retired construction worker and a 70-year-old MIT engineer. Joined by a love of work, solving problems and an excavator". See link in bio for more on Bob Miles and George Foote.
#tbt to last month when the Proctors, Ms. Ladd and Mr. Johnson climbed Mt. Monadnock. Mountain day is coming... #truth&courage