Soccer goalie AJ Marcucci '17 missed his final season at Connecticut College, due to the pandemic, but his playing career will continue after being drafted by the New York Red Bulls on Thursday, Jan. 21.
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Thank you to Geoff Worden '57 for sharing this winter memory of the 1956 EA Christmas Pageant, held in the Chapel on the Merion campus.
On Wednesday, Dec. 9, The Episcopal Academy Lawyers Network (EALN) hosted the third Engage Episcopal virtual event, a conversation between an alum and a current EA student, which centered around wrongful convictions. The two speakers were welcomed by Pat Devine '05, who, along with Gordon Cooney '77 and Zac Arbitman '05, founded the EALN in 2018.
On Wednesday, Dec. 2, Anne Barr, Hon. moderated the third Engage Episcopal virtual event, a conversation of four EA alumni journalists: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Jay Branegan '68 and Art Carey '68, POLITICO reporter Lara Seligman '07, and Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Erin McCarthy '13.
The four panelists spoke in-depth about their careers and the changes in their field over the last few decades. Owing to the mix of two seasoned former journalists from the class of 1968 and two young female reporters on the panel, participants were able to enjoy a fascinating conversation on the nature of journalism, the economics of news, the impact of social media on the profession, the difficulties of remaining balanced, and what skills young EA alumni might need to make it in the field.