• RL junior wrestlers win New England championship

    RL Champion Jr Wrestlers

    RL enjoyed an outstanding day at the New England Junior Wrestling Championships on February 27, hosted by Fessenden. Fourteen schools were represented, with RL being crowned champions in an exciting battle with arch rival, Belmont Hill.

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  • Google Search: Who is God?

    Speaking in Hall on Ash Wednesday, the Rev. John J. Connolly described Lent as a time to think about things that aren’t immediately in front of us, and suggested that the ability to reflect deeply could be compromised by our constant access to immediate answers and distractions.

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  • The Real Inspector Hound


    As a fifthie, Adam Fasman was on the crew of the RL production of The Mousetrap, directed by Nelson Tamayo ’11. Adam claims the experience launched his career behind the curtain of the Smith Theater.

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  • RL debaters argue their cases at NAIMUN

    RL debaters at NAIMUN, 12-15 February

    RL debaters traveled to Washington DC over the stormy weekend to partake in the 52nd North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN).

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  • In praise of Brian Murphy and public service

    Commonwealth Magazine published this piece on Brian Murphy, RL Class of 1982. Headmaster Kerry Brennan called Mr. Murphy "one of the few contemporary alumni to honor the founder's vision in a sustained, public fashion." The School mourns his recent death.

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  • Congrats to RL artists!

    Homage to Wilfredo Lam by Joey Mullen I

    Roxbury Latin has more than its share of artists—and Brian Buckley and Jim Ryan have a way of drawing them out... sometimes to the surprise of the boys themselves.

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  • Econ students focus on global financial markets during visit to NYC

    Econ students with Raj Dhanda ’85 at Morgan Stanley in NYC

    AP Econ students traveled to NYC to meet with alumni Raj Dhanda ’85 at Morgan Stanley and Roger Altman ’63 at Evercore Partners for a real-world discussion of global financial markets.

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  • "Do whatever it takes"


    Glenn Carle served for 23 years in the clandestine services of the CIA. When asked to interrogate a suspected Al Qaeda member after 9/11, and to do “whatever it takes” to get him to talk, he found himself at the crossroads of a deeply disturbing predicament.

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  • Smith Scholar: Dr. Andrew Goldman on the Pax Romana


    Andrew Goldman, archeologist and historian whose area of expertise is the Roman Empire, spoke in Hall on the Pax Romana. Dr. Goldman is the second of this year’s Smith Scholars.

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  • Junior Wrestling brings home the hardware


    The Roxbury Latin Junior Wrestling Team enjoyed a successful weekend at the 4th annual City of Boston Wrestling Tournament at the Boys & Girls Club in Dorchester.

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  • MLK Day: Colin Diver gives Hall address


    Colin Diver, President Emeritus of Reed College, addressed the School in Hall in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. He offered his perspective on a catalytic period in Boston’s evolution—the busing crisis of the 1970s.

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  • School mourns the death of Richmond Mayo-Smith, 9th Headmaster

    Richmond Mayo-Smith

    The School mourns the death of Richmond Mayo-Smith, Roxbury Latin headmaster from 1965 until 1973. Mr. Mayo-Smith led the School during a tumultuous time in American history and initiated various programs that would fully flower subsequently, including the arts.

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  • Prof. Ronald Sullivan discusses grand jury function in wake of Brown and Garner cases


    Ronald S. Sullivan, Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard, spoke in Hall on the function of the grand jury—theory vs. practice—in the light of the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases.

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  • History Convocation celebrates two faculty appointments to endowed positions

    James Kloppenberg, Erin Dromgoole, Stewart Thomsen, and Steve Ward

    James T. Kloppenberg was the invited speaker for the History Convocation on January 6 at which Stewart Thomsen and Erin Dromgoole were installed as The A. Kenneth Scribner Professor of History and the Steven E. Ward Chairholder in History, respectively.

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  • John Connolly ’91 launches incubator project in the education sector


    Inspired by Chris Gabrieli (P ’12), John Connolly ’91 has launched an incubator project in the education sector for a familiar cause: helping to ensure that children succeed in school.

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