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Roxbury Latin

Roxbury Latin

Founded in 1645, Roxbury Latin is a boys’ school by conviction with a curriculum tailored to the cognitive and emotional development of boys.
Congrats to Tom Moriarty '09 on breaking the NESCAC single-season pitching appearances record @ Hamilton College, all thrown submarine style
Can you solve Mr. Lieb's crossword puzzle in yesterday's New York Times?
Thanks to everyone who came to the Spring Luncheon yesterday. It was good to see old friends and Grill 23's steak frites didn't hurt either.
Thanks to John Collins '09 for running a great offensive lineman clinic yesterday for some RL guys. Good luck to JC @ CFL minicamp this week
It's that time of year when hitting one off the end of the bat or getting jammed stings but it's good to be back. Let's go RL#OpeningDay2014
Check out this story about a current RL student who bravely fought cancer and continues to advocate for its cure #PMC
Latonics open for a season of music -
The Latonics took the stage in Hall on October 30 for a warm up to some upcoming concerts—and showed their trademark musical versatility and precision. - Roxbury Latin
Lev Mamuya in Jordan Hall with From the Top this Sunday -
Lev Mamuya I takes the Jordan Hall stage on Sunday, October 6, for a live taping with From the Top. (He first performed with From the Top at age 11.) Don't miss the chance to see him and other extraordinary Classical musicians. - Roxbury Latin
2013-14 Annual Fund kick-off -
The fall is a great time of year: it's back to school, it's football, and it's Annual Fund season—which kicked off Thursday night at RL with 340 community members in attendance. - Roxbury Latin
RL Homecoming draws a record crowd -
All in all, Roxbury Latin Homecoming was a smashing success. More than 300 alumni, family, and friends flocked back to campus on a sun-soaked fall afternoon. - Roxbury Latin
Nate Klug '04 impresses critics with his pastoral poetry -
Nate Klug ’04 proudly announced the publication of Rude Woods, a book of assorted poems that he translated from Virgil’s Eclogues. - Roxbury Latin
Class VI: Beaver Brook -
The world may change but one thing is sacred: the sixie trip to Beaver Brook. Little was new about this year's Class VI campout except for the sixies themselves... which of course is everything. - Roxbury Latin
Professor Urton captivates as this year's first Smith Scholar -
Roxbury Latin welcomed Professor Gary Urton to speak to the School community as the first Smith Scholar of the year. Professor Urton is the Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Pre-Columbian Studies at Harvard University. - Roxbury Latin
Three members of the R.L. Community are poised to lead -
The Roxbury Latin community is particularly proud of three of its members who have offered their time and talent for the public good. John Connolly '91, Dan Conley, and Patrice Gattozzi have answered R.L.’s call to work for causes that are larger than themselves. - Roxbury Latin
RL's singing men shine in Tuscany -
Six members of the RL community recently travelled to Tuscany, Italy, where they shared their musical gifts as part of Mastersingers’ USA eight day tour. The men’s chorus, one of the most preeminent of its kind, is comprised of sixty men from around the country who congregate to express themselves and their love of music through rich demonstrations of the sacred, folk and spiritual. - Roxbury Latin
2013 Closing Exercises: Prosperum Iter Facias -
Robert Pinkham ’78, commencement speaker for Roxbury Latin's Closing Exercises, urged the Class of 2013 to ‘make a prosperous journey’ as they leave Roxbury Latin for the larger world. - Roxbury Latin
RL Senior track stars win two silvers at National Championships -
Four members of recently minted Class I travelled to Greensboro, North Carolina, this past weekend to compete in the New Balance National Championships where they surprised nearly everyone but themselves. Khalif Mitchell, Guy Green, Marcell Budavari, and Aman Stuppard, this season’s four track captains, displayed a dazzling performance of athleticism which won them two silver medals. - Roxbury Latin
Roger Creel '08 exemplfies the traits of a Renaissance Man beyond RL -
Roger Creel '08 took the core lessons that he learned at RL and thoroughly incorporated them into his life during the past few years which allowed him to thrive in a liberal arts environment. Creel drew glowing remarks from his professors and peers at Amherst College, where he emerged as a premier man of the arts. Read more here (go to page 7). - Roxbury Latin
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