The Lion's Pride
I am delighted to share with you the Winter 2021-2022 edition of The Lion's Pride, Horace Mann School's alumni e-newsletter highlighting news from campus, alumni mentorship opportunities, updates on alumni and faculty achievements, and upcoming events, among other topics.
If you happen to live in the NYC region, we hope you’ll join fellow alumni, administrators, and faculty at the 19th Annual Alumni Council Benefit… in person, on campus, and under the stars! The event takes place on Tuesday, April 19th and features student-led tours of the school’s newest facilities – including Lutnick Hall and the Jeffrey H. Loria Family Aquatic Center – followed by a festive cocktail reception and silent auction. All proceeds support the Student Lunch Initiative, which covers the cost of school lunches for students in Grades 6-12 who receive financial aid. Details are included in this newsletter.
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After a 17-day winter break, students, faculty, and administrators arrived back on campus in early January, excited for a productive spring semester of teaching and learning.
The 19th Annual Alumni Council Benefit – Tuesday, April 19, 2022
In person, on campus, and beneath the stars!
For the first time since the pandemic started, the HM alumni community will gather together at the 19th Annual Alumni Council Benefit to kick up their heels, while helping to raise $210,000 for the Student Lunch Initiative. All Horace Mann School alumni are cordially invited to attend.
2021 Gold Glove Winner Harrison Bader '12 Returns to His Alma Mater
HM alumnus Harrison Bader ’12 – a 2021 Gold Glove Award winner who plays centerfield for the St. Louis Cardinals – paid a surprise visit to campus in January to meet with students and reconnect with former teachers.
Flo Ngala ’13: Visual Storyteller Extraordinaire
Photographer Flo Ngala ‘13 continues to take the art world by storm.
CCVA Seeks HM Alumni Involvement
Horace Mann School's Mindich Family Center for Community Values and Action (CCVA) focuses on connecting education, ethics, and action. Upper Division students are an instrumental part of the student-led “HM 246” and service-learning team programs, bridging the connection with community partner organizations by facilitating out-of-school time programming.
HM alumni from the 1960’s and 1970’s may recall remember The Forum, a student magazine that at one point was named the best political student publication in the country by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
The Alumni Office is delighted to share the following updates sent in from HM alumni all over the world. Whether you are celebrating a milestone, making a career change, or enjoying a new hobby, we want to know where you are and what you are doing. Please drop us a line!
We are thrilled to share the following news about recent books, articles, and other publications written by Horace Mann School alumni.
We hope to see you at one of the following upcoming events!
What Does HM Look Like Today?
Are you curious to know what life in the year 2021 looks like at Horace Mann School? We hope you enjoy perusing these photographs of our students, faculty, and administrators in action!
This new section of The Lion’s Pride pays tribute to HM alumni, employees, and friends who have passed on. Included in this edition are remembrances dating back to January 1, 2021. In future editions, remembrances will be published on a quarterly basis.