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Welcome to the official Newman School Alumni page. If you went to Newman Prep., Newman School for Boys or The Newman School, this is the place for you.
This page is dedicated to the Newman School alumni community, including past teachers. Please join us to share information about memories and events. To create a space where alumni/ae can have access to information about school events, reunions, etc.
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A resource for international students at The Boston Conservatory, with information about immigration-related issues, as well as events and programs of interest to the international student population.
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Hi Everyone, Basketball City is located at 35 Lomasney Way, Boston, MA 02114.
We are planning an alumni vs. faculty basketball game for early January. Anyone interested?
Thank you to Star Market/Shaw's Prudential for their generous donation to The Newman School. Thank you Alison Gurney '95 for nominating us to receive this honor and award. They visited the school this morning with a check, balloons and a large sheet cake. The students are excited to have cake at lunch time!
23 of our 2014 graduates have earned their IB Diplomas! 9 of those diplomas are bilingual! Congratulations!
Busy day here at Newman as classes resume after the holiday break and Newman School alumni Marty Walsh, class of 1986, is sworn in as mayor of Boston! Congratulations Marty!
Congratulations to Marty Walsh, Class of 1986! We are so proud of our Mayor Elect.
This year's Demers Scholarship Honorees will be Mary Donovan and Jacky Pullman. The event will be held on Friday, October 18th. Please contact Lmerrigan@newmanboston.org for ticket information.
We'd like to hear from you! We're still accepting alumni news and updates for our Spring 2015 newsletter. If you haven't already shared, you can send us a message or email Lmerrigan@newmanboston.org.
Commencement is on the horizon.
Looking for alumni news for the Spring 2015 newsletter. Send it along to LMerrigan@newmanboston.org. Can't wait to hear from you!
Looking forward to this Friday's Faculty vs. Alumni Basketball Game! Let me know if you can make it!
Newman School Reunion to be held on Friday, June 14th at Boston Beer Works on Canal Street. Log onto the alumni section of the Newman website to purchase tickets. All proceeds will be donated to One Fund Boston.
If you didn't get the alumni newsletter, please email Louise Merrigan at Lmerrigan@newmanboston.org.
In cooperation with the Alumni Dept, the Athletic Dept will possibly have a Faculty/Alumni Basketball game on Friday January 9th at 430 at Basketball City as a fundraiser. This email is to gauge interest. Please respond to AD Jeff Iwanicki at firstname.lastname@example.org with your appropriate response A = I will attend as a spectator B = I will play in the game C = I will not attend but will try to make a donation
We had a wonderful evening at the George H. Demers Scholarship Reception last week. Donations are still coming in on the Newman website. Thank you.
Greetings! Here is some news....I will be lecturing at the Massachusetts Historical Society, founded in 1791. It is the oldest historical society in America. The details are below. Larry Overlan class of 1967 Curley lecture at Mass Historical Society 6 February 2014 this event is free Public Program Boston’s Mayor James Michael Curley: The Quintessential Politician & Public Works Patron 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lawrence Overlan James Michael Curley was perhaps the most prolific politician in Massachusetts history. In honor of the 100th anniversary of his first election as Mayor of Boston, this talk will highlight the building of public works in Boston during his time in office. Parks, police and fire stations, public schools, transit expansion, hospitals, beaches and public art erected during his tenure abound in Boston and provide comfort, beauty and long term significant economic benefits for visitors and Bostonians alike. Lawrence Overlan has been researching, teaching, speaking and writing about James Michael Curley for over a decade.