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The LM grad is raising awareness for the disease of addiction and funds for Recovery Advocates of America.
The Philadelphia restaurateur recently did a Q&A with Philly.com's Food Department about the story behind his life, wife and burgeoning businesses.
Aces alumni Jason Strouse (Class of 1987) recently visited LMHS to discuss his current film, Teacher of the Year, which will be featured at the Philadelphia Film Festiva.
Levin (LMHS '13) has amassed more than 850,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel - RCLBeauty101 - where her funny and informative videos have totaled 49,000,000+ views.
President Obama has nominated Cheryl Ann Krause for the federal judgeship serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and the Virign Islands.
Gefter's debut memoir, Trespassing on Einstein’s Lawn, was released on January 14th by Bantam/Random House and has already received starred reviews and high praise in literary circles.
Cornwell’s debut novel, What I Had Before I Had You, is set for a January 7 release by HarperCollins and has already earned critical acclaim in literary circles.
The Merion Station native and LM grad says that his role in 12 Years a Slave is one of the biggest of his 24-year career.
She recently appeared on CNN, the NBC Today Show, and participated in an interview with Scientific American to discuss her findings.
Fine LMHS'65 rediscovered her passion and talent for art after a 35-year hiatus.
Lower Merion High School alumnus Leach Sack, a recent Kenyon College graduate and women’s lacrosse record-setter, became Kenyon’s latest recipient of an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Video featuring General Julius W. Becton Jr. ('44), Dr. James Billington ('44), Sarah Lowe ('02), Bill Tildes ('62), Admiral Caryl Weiss ('69), Halley Faust ('69), Mike Colameco ('69), Jiaqi Li ('02) and Lori Harrison ('75).
LMSD caught up with Shaya - one of "Esquire" magazine's "Four Chefs You Hope Move to Your City One Day" in an article on Best New Chefs - at his restaurant, Domenica, in New Orleans.
LMHS sophomore Kelvin Adom sat down with Caroline Merrill (Class of 1934) to discuss what life was like going to school in Lower Merion in the 1930's.
Reynolds, a 6'8 forward who helped lead the Aces to the 2012 state finals and an undefeated Central League championship season, signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Villanova University.
In 1966, Jim Lipschutz, DC Dugdale, Andy Eisen, J. Carr Gamble and Tony Green met as seventh graders at Welsh Valley Middle School and immediately bonded sharing a mutual interest in "all-things science."
The Main Line Times recently featured Harriton's Asa Lipton during his experience as assistant lighting designer at the Arden Theatre Company.
Kaplan found himself at the center of the storm when the scandal involving the Penn State football program broke and suddenly became a key media figure with unique access to one of the biggest scandals in sports history.
Pete Pelberg (LMHS '07) takes the stage at TEDxLMSD 2013 to discuss his social exercising app, Yog.
LMHS graduate Mike Joseph, a 6'7", 215-pound right handed pitcher for the Aberdeen Iron Birds picked up his first professional win in a 10-4 victory against Staten Island.
Steve Lipman - a current Temple University student - was named "Best Up-And-Coming Comedian" by Main Line Today in the publication's annual "Best of the Main Line and Western Suburbs" issue.
Helton is a Senior Consultant of Safety and Risk Control at Aramark. He is also on the board of the Ardmore Avenue Community Center and founder of Next Level Sports (nlsports.org).
The Lower Merion High School football program honored a new Hall of Fame Class in 2012. This year's inductees are Glenn Etzweiler, Bernard Pierce '65, James Barr '48, Robert Blank '68, Richard Campbell '56, Ernest Pendleton '87 and the 1957 varsity team.
Rosen was the second Ram to ever be inducted in to the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Halpern '87 released her third book, Pinch Me, a modern fairy tale about a woman who has a seemingly perfect life until she discovers it may have all been a dream.
LMSD recently caught up with Harriton alumnus Josh Cooke'98, cast member of Showtime's hit drama Dexter.
Rende was awarded the prestigious Gordon E. Moore Medal for his record of discovery, advancement and commercialization of novel catalysts and adsorbents throughout his career at Honeywell UOP.
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff (LMHS '03) and younger siblings Coby '09 and Julia '13 give a captivating talk on "Emily's Entourage" - their non-profit which has raised more than $200,000 to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis.
Garcia (LMHS '84) takes the stage at TEDxLMSD to tell students his story of how he went from the streets of NYC to becoming a pro ball player and world-renowned author, DJ and documentary filmmaker.
Carol (LMHS '76) takes the stage at TEDxLMSD 2012 to discuss how to "win over warlords" as well as associated solutions for fixing the "broken government."
Lowe (LMHS '02) discusses her non-profit, Kujali International and how they partner with local community leaders to help establish free secondary boarding schools for orphaned and vulnerable children in East Africa.
McGreevey ’94 - an assistant professor at the College of New Jersey - was recently named the Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance (NJSAA).
Spandorfer (LMHS '07) takes the stage at TEDxLMSD 2012 to discuss his venture in to social entreprenuership - Janji - a running apparel company that donates directly back to those who need it most.
Quinn won the Jiangsu Cup Chinese Speech Contest, earning himself a full scholarship to complete a Master’s Degree at Nanjing University in China.
John Cronan (LMHS '80) visited Welsh Valley to share his extraordinary seafaring tale with students. A Merchant Mariner for 26 years and current LMSD parent, Cronan was an engineer aboard the Maersk Alabama captured at sea by Somali pirates last April.
Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, a 1942 Lower Merion High School graduate, passed away February 20th, 2010 at the age of 85.