Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of August 4, 2018: Lucy Dacus (’13) is on the cover of Richmond Magazine’s Best & Worst issue. VCU News profiled Shira Lanyi (’05), who recently started medical school after a career as a professional ballerina. “The transition from dance to medical school gave me a new strength […]
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Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of July 28, 2018: Netflix released the full trailer for the film adaptation of TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE, by Jenny Han (’98). Courtney Wynn (’09) has been appointed Executive Assistant to the Secretary of the Commonwealth by Governor Northam.
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of July 21, 2018: Charles Merritt (’03) is the CEO of Buddy, one of ten companies selected to join the inaugural class of the 2018 MetLife Digital Accelerator powered by Techstars. Khiem Tran (’06) delivered blankets to cancer patients across Virginia as part of his work with the […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of July 14, 2018: Cheta Emba (’11) has been selected as a member of the USA Women’s Team for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018. Maura Pond (’03) is the vocalist/guitarist for Luna Honey, which recently released it’s first LP. Our July 2018 RVA Alumni Happy Hour will be on Tuesday, […]
Governor’s School grads don’t just get together when they’re back home in Richmond. Michael Chen (’13) and Grey Weissend (’13) were able to meet up in the city of Dali in China’s southwestern Yunnan province in 2017. Grey was traveling in the area, and Michael has been living and working there. “Believe it or not, […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of June 16, 2018: Marguerite Bennett (’06) will be the writer for the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic book continuation this September. “I won’t lie it’s a dream come true. It’s such a cliché and so childish but so sincere, I can’t believe that I get […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of June 9, 2018: Shweta Tembe (’14) talks about her work as an AmeriCorps member serving with the Virginia College Advising Corps at Louisa County High School. Dahlia Mignouna (’08) was recently hired as a law clerk to Justice Stephen Breyer of the U.S. Supreme Court […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of May 19, 2018: Jane Samborski (’02) and her husband were the animators behind the opening scene of season 2 episode 7 of 13 REASONS WHY. The RTD talked to Dan Myers (’00), managing director of Lighthouse Labs. The RTD profiled distance runner Mary Caroline Heinen […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of May 12, 2018: Alloy, the platform helping the financial services industry make data-driven customer decisions founded by Tommy Nicholas (’07), Charles Hearn (’09), and Scott Clark (’09), won the Bank Director’s 2018 Best of FinXTech Award in the category of Startup Innovation. Harvey Creasey (’14) […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of May 5, 2018: Congratulations to Kent Dickey (’18), who will be playing soccer next year for Villanova. Writer/director Jai Jamison (’03) talked to RVA Mag about his short film entitled “Slave Cry” starring his sister, actress Courtney Jamison (’11). The film is set for release […]
When Ellie Pyle (’01) picked up the phone, she was in the middle of reading Cass Morris (’03)’s debut novel From Unseen Fire. After talking to her, this doesn’t surprise me at all. She places a high value both on creating and supporting and enjoying the creative output of others. That’s much of what led […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of April 28, 2018: Thanks to everyone who joined us for any of the Day of the Dragon activities on May 1! We had alumni at the Legacy Circle breakfast first thing in the morning, making Phone-a-Thon calls in the afternoon, and with us for a […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of April 21, 2018: We the People gets a shout out in the RTD’s Q&A with Studio Two Three co-founder and executive director Ashley Hawkins (’03). Jillian Johnson (’99), who currently serves as Durham’s Mayor Pro Tempore, spoke to students at Duke about activism. Chirag Saraiya […]
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of April 14, 2018: Lucy Dacus (’13) wrote about touring, identity, and where she’s from for Lenny Letter. From Unseen Fire, the debut novel from Cass Morris (’03), came out on April 17th. Zoe Golden (’09) recently opened Small Friend Records and Books in Shockoe Bottom.
Here’s our round-up of alumni news from the week of April 7, 2018: Wilton Wu (’15) is helping to lead a new online course called data 8x, based on UC Berkeley’s fastest growing course, Data 8, Foundations of Data Science. The course launched earlier this week and is free for anyone to enroll. The Richmond Free […]