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List of 20 news stories.

  • Sora Haagensen ’20 Introduces Seed Library to Middle Schoolers

    Sora has made great use of her gap year before attending Brandeis University this fall, including having an article she co-authored published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal, and seeing her Bishop’s senior-year independent study final project launch after months of pandemic interruption.
  • Alumni in Service Panel

    Bishop's alumni working in non-profits and community service spoke on a panel with current students on March 18, 2021.
  • Bishop's Valentines: Emily Welborn Guevara '01 and Rodrigo Guevara '01

    "You will always have a connection to your classmates regardless of how much time has passed. "
  • Bishop's Valentines: Melissa Alioto Murfey '97 and Scott Murfey '95

    "Bishop’s gave us such an awesome group of friends that are now like family that we are still in touch with and lean on all the time."
  • Bishop's Valentines: Alicia Hanson Broad '06 and Bart Broad '06

    "We would never have met if not for Bishop's!"
  • Bishop's Valentines: Belinda Lynds Benson '61 and John Benson '59

    "Never go to bed angry with one another without even a touch, a confirmation that you care."
  • Bishop's Valentines: Brenda Fidaleo '91 and Jake Hamer '91

    "Remember to stay best friends; after all, that is why you married them!"
  • Bishop's Valentines: Vickie Murphy '96 and Phil Barret '94

    "Who you marry is your most important life decision."
  • Bishop’s Alumnus Featured on TV’s “Jeopardy!”

    Jack Weller ’11 was a contestant on the beloved show on Friday, Jan. 22 in what turned out to be a rare and wild finish.
  • A Conversation with Eddy Glazener ’12

    Eddy Glazener ’12 plays professional lacrosse for the Premiere Lacrosse League’s Redwoods. Eddy played lacrosse all four years at Bishop’s and was captain his junior and senior year. He went on to compete at Notre Dame, where he had a stellar career. As a starting defenseman his junior and senior seasons, he helped lead the Fighting Irish to ACC regular season championships and spots in the NCAA Championship both seasons. In 2020, Eddy was named in the top ten best lacrosse players in the world by ESPN’s Inside Lacrosse. He currently lives in New York and travels to the west coast to compete in the summer. Lucas Buu-hoan ’21 recently interviewed Eddy.
  • Bishop's Alumna Honored by Boston College

    Sera Stotelmyre ’16 has been selected as the winner of Boston College’s Edward H. Finnegan Award, recognizing “the graduating senior who best exemplifies the school’s motto, ‘Ever to Excel.’”
  • Kevin Barber ’19 Wheels of Change, Champions for Change

    We first shared Kevin’s story when he was a Bishop’s junior. Now he’s being featured on CNN’s Champions of Change program this weekend!
  • What Does a Computer Scientist Look Like?

    Meredith Hunter ’20 has been interested in computer science for most of her life. As she progressed through a variety of computer science classes during her years at Bishop’s, she ultimately became the sole female in the class. Her experience inspired the documentary she produced for her Girl Scout Gold Award, Pink Collar Project: Women in Computer Science. Learn more and watch the documentary.
  • The FarmLink Project

    Alex Tsai ’17 is a rising senior at Stanford University, majoring in computer science with a minor in ethics and technology. She’s a member of the Cardinal Division I women’s lacrosse team, a senior writer for The Stanford Daily newspaper and a Mayfield Fellow, a nine-month entrepreneurial work-study program. She helped establish an organization linking farms with surplus produce with food banks in need of food for distribution. Bishop’s Alumni Director Sarah Garro interviewed Alex recently to learn more.

  • Alumna Named San Diego's Best Singer Songwriter

    Congratulations to Nina Francis '10, named the best singer/songwriter at the 2020 San Diego Music Awards
  • Behind the Scenes with the San Diego League

    Cameron Ezeir '19, the voice of the 2020 San Diego League season, took over Bishop's Athletics' Instagram to provide behind-the-scenes access to a gameday.
  • Andy Semo '18 Picked for San Diego League All-Star Game

    After a Twitter vote, Knights Baseball alum Andy Semo '18 will represent the Hooks in the San Diego League All-Star Game on July 10 at Petco Park.
  • Daisy Holthus '17 was an all-American this season for Cornell Sailing.

    Student-Athlete Alumni Update

    Our student-athlete alumni strung together impressive seasons and made incredible contributions, despite a shortened season for many. Check it out!
  • Knights Baseball Alumni Represent in San Diego League

    A group of Knights Baseball alumni are back on San Diego’s diamonds, participating in the San Diego League, a summer league for college baseball players.
  • Head of School Ron Kim's Update for Alumni

    "I know how much you care about your school, and I thought you would want to know what is happening and how we are doing."
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