Two students from Rye were among the 182 graduates from the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut. Jack Bradley was vice-president of both his junior and senior class.
Two students from Rye were among the 182 graduates from the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut. Jack Bradley was vice-president of both his junior and senior class. Active in Theater Department productions, he received the Junior Theater and Dance Award. He also served as a Prefect, an officer in the Pelican Service Organization, and on the School Committee. He was a member of the alpine skiing team. Charlotte Giroux was an honor roll student, and received History Department Honors. She was an editor of the Confluence, the school yearbook, and a student activities leader. In addition, she was the captain of the girls JV soccer team.
Michael Benincasa graduated from Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut.
Peter Kwauk graduated from Fordham Prep from which he received awards for Distinguished Academic Achievement and Drama. He will attend Fairfield University on a Magis Scholarship in the fall.
Harry Alexander Razook received a B.S.C. degree from Washington and Lee University. He majored in Business Administration.
Terence Tracy graduated from Providence College, from which he received a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Virginia McDermott graduated with a B.A. from Hobart & William Smith Colleges. She majored in Art History with a minor in Media and Society.
Dylan Patrick Hammer graduated from Bowdoin College with a major in Government and Legal Studies and a minor in Asian Studies.
Aiden Joshua Reis graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Bowdoin College with a major in Gender and Women’s Studies and a minor in Education Studies.
Bernadette Beary graduated magna cum laude from Saint Michael’s College. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Juan C. Chang was awarded a degree in Mathematics and Economics cum laude from St. Lawrence University.
Among the graduates of Dominican College in Orangeburg, New York were Thomas Conway and Dylan Maloney.
Jason Washco received a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Marist College.
Among the members of the University of Vermont graduating class were Wiley Conte, who earned a Bachelor of Science in community & International Development; Emily Reddy, who received a Bachelor of Science in Communication Science and Disorders; Victoria Reed, who earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; and Garrett Virtue, who received a Bachelor of Arts in History.
Eight students from Rye and Purchase were among the Colgate University Calss of 2014. Congratulations to Darcy Cunningham, who received a degree in Peace & Conflict Studies; Peter DeBartolo, who received a degree in Mathematical Economics; Claire Hunter, who graduated with a degree in English; Andrew Kingsley, who earned a degree in Geology; Paul Mundiger, who received a degree in Economics; Emily Nabham, who earned a degree in Educational Studies; Christopher Seter, who received a degree in Economics; and Stephan Walsh, who graduated with a degree in Philosophy.