From classrooms to research labs, seven Taft alumni teach the next generation of college students.
Spanish and Geography Teacher Baba Frew has spent 30 years showing Taft students how to walk the walk.
Making it in the music business is a daunting task, but these four Taft alumni are carving their own paths as professional musicians and creating beautiful music that satisfies their souls.
Trombonist Freddy "Fuego" Gonzalez '05, who also plays flute and piano. JEN DEV / WWW.JENDEV.US
For nearly 20 years, the Rockwell Visiting Artists Program has helped bring the arts to life at Taft.
Hand-blown glass objects created during a visiting artist's class on glassblowing. Photo credit: Robert Falcetti
A Q&A with Taft Bulletin Editor Linda Hedman Beyus
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Dr. Joyce Poole '74
For more than 40 years, Dr. Joyce Poole ’74, the 2017 Horace Dutton Taft Alumni Medal honoree, has been a passionate voice—a protector and defender—of elephants, dedicating her life to their conservation and welfare.
Emerson Wickwire '91
Sleep expert Emerson Wickwire '91 studies the effects of what is known as “blue light” emitted from electronic devices on the body’s natural circadian rhythms, and discusses the importance of getting enough sleep.
Nick Halmos '97
Nick Halmos '97 has created a way to efficiently grow food in urban environments by combining hydroponic systems with automation and live data. He established Cityblooms, a micro-farm technology company that can safely and sustainably grow fresh food in a range of climates and everywhere from rooftops to parking lots.