Taft Varsity Teams Complete Clean Sweep of Bearcats on Hotchkiss Day
Field hockey set to begin their postseason campaign, while girls' cross-country places 3rd at Division I New England Championships
Thirteen student-athletes participated in the first of three National Signing Days Wednesday evening, November 9, in Bingham Auditorium.
The annual Taft-Hotchkiss Challenge is on! Young alumni, are you ready?
Robin Wall Kimmerer is a mother, scientist, decorated professor, and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. She was also recently Taft's Morning Meeting speaker.
It's show time! The Drowsy Chaperone is on stage now in Bingham Auditorium.
The Gallery year opens with stunning stone works by artist Stephen Shaheen.
Dr. Evelyn Hu-Dehart visits Taft for October 18 Morning Meeting.
Photo courtesy PDASpeakers.com
Kaitlin Ip ’23
Kaitlin Ip ’23 is a recognized leader on Taft’s campus. She is also a leader on the global stage, having served as a Young Ambassador and volunteer for the Changing Young Lives Foundation (CYLF) since she was in eighth grade. Over the summer, she continued her work with CYLF, teaching English to young learners in Hong Kong.
Noah Cinel ’24
With support from Taft’s Robert Keyes Poole ’50 Fellowship program, Noah Cinel '24 spent 16 days working to protect the coastlines of the Dominican Republic with Rustic Pathways last summer.
Ania Joszczyk ‘23
Ania Joszczyk ‘23 traveled to Havana last summer to build bonds and spread good will through service, spending time in with local nursing home residents each morning, and local school children each afternoon.
Jack Johnson ’23
With support from Taft’s Meg Page ’74 Fellowship program, Jack Johnson '23 spent one month in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, over the summer performing physical and speech therapy with children dealing with cerebral palsy, autism, and Down syndrome.
Fiona Zimon '24
Fiona Zimon '24 spent three weeks in locations across Fiji and Australia over the summer, engaging in service-work that ranged from conservation and eco-restoration, to harvesting vegetables and serving at a local shelter. The nature of each day’s work was driven by the needs of the community.
Khai Shulman '23
Over the summer and with support from a Meg Page ’74 Fellowship, Khai Shulman '23 traveled to Vietnam’s Hue province, where he spent three weeks in the township of Thuy Bang working with children in the Duc Son Orphanage.
Fiona Chou ’25
Over the summer Fiona Chou '25 completed a cardiothoracic surgical skills internship at UCLA School of Medicine, where networked with pre-med students, medical interns, med school professors, and practicing surgeons.
Chris Joszczyk ’25
Chris Joszczyk ’25 traveled to Poland over the summer where he taught conversational English to 12- to-14-year-olds for three hours each day. The impact was tremendous, for both Chris and his students.
Isabel Cheng '23
With assistance from a Robert Keyes Poole ’50 Fellowship, Isabel Cheng '23 spent two weeks in La Paz, Mexico, using her skills as an open water diver to help protect and preserve essential coastal resources.
With support from a Meg Page ’74 Fellowship, Erin Butler ’24 recently spent time with current medical students at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School in the classroom, the anatomy lab, and the exam room.
Whether you are a new or returning Rhino, we are excited to see you back on campus soon.
It is with sadness that we share that former faculty member Jerry DePolo died on July 19, 2022.
Mañón '22 and the Under-20 Dominican Republic team went on a historic run in the 2022 CONCACAF Men's Under-20 Championship in Honduras.