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Episcalums Take Home Hardware from Little Rock Touchdown Club

Cori Gooseberry ('15) and Allie Freeman ('16) were awards recipients at the annual Little Rock Touchdown Club Awards Banquet.

On Thursday, January 9th, Cori Gooseberry (‘15) and Allie Freeman (‘16) were awards recipients at the annual Little Rock Touchdown Club Awards Banquet. Gooseberry won the Willie Roaf Award for Outstanding Lineman and Freeman was awarded the MVP for Ouachita Baptist University. Freeman helped lead the Tigers to the Conference Championship with nine touchdowns on the season, receiving All-Conference honors and breaking multiple school records. Gooseberry was praised for his consistency in the classroom and leadership on the field. He was also recognized for being a team captain his senior year while helping lead the Tigers to a regular season #5 national ranking in the NCAA DII.

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Alumni Christmas Party

Episcopal’s Alumni Christmas party, Jingle and Mingle, once again provided a wonderful way to ring in the holidays with our alumni.

Episcopal’s Alumni Christmas party, Jingle and Mingle, once again provided a wonderful way to ring in the holidays with our alumni. Over 50 Episcalums were welcomed to Lost 40 for the annual event, which was held on Friday, December 20, 2019. Alumni home for the holidays enjoyed seeing each other and visiting with faculty and staff. We look forward to this tradition each year!

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Wildcat Alumni Return to the Court

Episcalums were welcomed to the Championship Gym on Friday, January 10, for the annual alumni basketball game!

Episcalums were welcomed to the Championship Gym on Friday, January 10, for the annual alumni basketball game. The contest took place during the Middle and Upper School pep rally, and this year’s group featured returning players Latoya Bankhead ‘05, Stanley Hastings ‘07, Rachel Hildebrand ‘10, Devin Hall ‘12, and Mary Claire Patton ‘17. Making their alumni game debut were Mahlon Martin ‘15, Kam Brasfield ‘17, Emma Towe ‘18, and Ty Lazzari ‘19. The alumni were joined on their teams by faculty players, and the two teams were coached by Ms. Dowell and Dr. Hall. A great time was had by all, and when the buzzer sounded at the end of the game, Coach Dowell’s team claimed victory. Players, friends, and faculty enjoyed refreshments in the dining hall following the game. Thank you to all who participated!

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Carter Bowden '18 Visits Episcopal

Carter Bowden, Episcopal Class of 2018, recently visited Episcopal Collegiate to premiere a new movie trailer and host an open discussion with students and faculty on his film journey outside of Episcopal Collegiate School. Carter is currently studying filmmaking at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. 

Carter Bowden, Episcopal Class of 2018, recently visited Episcopal Collegiate to premiere a new movie trailer and host an open discussion with students and faculty on his film journey outside of Episcopal Collegiate School. Carter is currently studying filmmaking at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. 

Ashley Honeywell, Episcopal Broadcast Instructor, described Bowden as a “talented filmmaking student” when he attended Episcopal. “The foundation of filmmaking that Carter left Episcopal with was solid, but the amount of growth, knowledge, and success Carter has achieved in a year and a half at Belmont is just spectacular. I look forward to continuing to watch him grow and achieve as a filmmaker.”, says Honeywell.

In his most recent work, The Sorority, Bowden used friends, family, current Episcopal students and teachers, and even the Episcopal campus to film parts of this project. “I had so much fun working with Carter on this project. He’s always coming up with fun and different ideas, it’s cool to see how they play out once all put together.”, says Caroline Lawrence ’22, who also plays a role in the trailer. 

During his open discussion with students and faculty, Bowden played the The Sorority trailer and then opened up the floor to questions. Questions ranged from “how long did it take you to film this entire promo?” to “who are your movie influencers?”. Bowden answered each question with knowledge and depth, further proving his growth as a film student. 

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Talented Designer Comes into Play

Alumna Michelle Compton '13 has used her graphic design skills to develop two new versions of UNO for Mattel. Michelle designed and developed the cards and packaging for UNO Braille, which was released in October of 2019.

Alumna Michelle Compton '13 has used her graphic design skills to develop two new versions of UNO for Mattel. Michelle designed and developed the cards and packaging for UNO Braille, which was released in October of 2019. As a result, more than seven million low vision and blind people in the US can play the classic game straight out of the box with both blind and sighted friends. For the holidays, Michelle also designed the cards and packaging for Nonpartisan UNO. This limited edition version will be released over Thanksgiving, and it's for family and friends who do not share the same political beliefs. Some previous designs include a Despicable Me Uno edition and an Emojis edition as well as special Uno editions for pro athletes like basketball players Kemba Walker and Chris Paul.

Michelle is member of Episcopal Collegiate School's Class of 2013, and she is a 2017 graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, where she majored in graphic design with a minor in photography. She currently lives in the Los Angeles area and works as a packaging designer for Mattel.

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Class of 2009 Comes Home!

The Class of 2009 came home to campus to celebrate their ten year reunion on Friday, October 18, and Saturday, October 19. Episcalums of ‘09 gathered together with fellow alumni from ‘05 through ‘19 in the Alumni Tent on Friday to cheer on the Wildcats!

The Class of 2009 came home to campus to celebrate their ten year reunion on Friday, October 18, and Saturday, October 19. Episcalums of ‘09 gathered together with fellow alumni from ‘05 through ‘19 in the Alumni Tent on Friday to cheer the Wildcats to a 32-0 victory over Hermitage in the Homecoming game. As part of the Homecoming celebration, the Class of 2009 was honored on the field at halftime.

Reunion weekend continued Saturday morning when the Class of ‘09 visited campus and walked through the halls of Upper School to reminisce about their years at Episcopal Collegiate. 

Alumni weekend concluded with Saturday night’s ten year reunion celebration at Dreamland Ballroom, with special thanks to Matthew McCoy ‘09 for providing this enchanting and historical venue. Alumni enjoyed the delicious menu prepared by Hall Brothers (Daron Hall ‘06 and Devon Hall’12), along with libations by Moon Distributing and Anne Maire Doramus ‘09. Guests were entertained by the vocals of Jack Dowden ‘12 accompanied by guitar, with special thanks to Amelia Ray ‘09. In the words of Matthew McCoy ‘09, “What an absolutely incredible evening! I’m seriously very proud to be in everyone’s company and pleased with how everyone has grown but also remained so themselves.”

From Florida to Missouri  to Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, and all corners of Arkansas, we thank our alumni for returning home to reconnect with classmates and their alma mater. For more photos, please visit this link.

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Featured Alumni Artist: Lily Warren '17

Our featured alumni artist for the 2019-20 school year is Lily Warren. Lily is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School’s Class of 2017, and she is currently a junior at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta.

Our featured alumni artist for the 2019-20 school year is Lily Warren. Lily is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School’s Class of 2017, and she is currently a junior at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. While at Episcopal Collegiate, she excelled in the Theatre Program as both an actress and a technical designer. As a young artist, she developed her artistic talent in the Art Studio, focusing on mixed media and painting during her senior year. This is illustrated in her piece that is displayed in our permanent collection entitled, Open Strings.

As a junior as SCAD Atlanta, Lily is majoring in Printmaking and minoring in Painting. She’s also the Printmaking Assistant for the Printmaking Studio at SCAD, and she will graduate in May of 2021. We are thrilled to have four pieces of Lily’s work hanging in the Upper School this year. In her own words: My art is a combination of different printmaking techniques. I love the process of printmaking because it allows for experimentation and variation. My drawings are all intuitive because I feel it is an honest form of mark making straight from my imagination. My influences are organic shapes and exploration of different atmospheres to place my forms.

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We are pleased to welcome Meredith Lee Katzenberg '07 to Middle and Upper School Chapel as our speaker on Thursday, October 3, at 9:20 a.m. Fellow alumni and friends are invited to join our school community for Chapel on this day.

We are pleased to welcome Meredith Lee Katzenberg '07 to Middle and Upper School Chapel as our speaker on Thursday, October 3, at 9:20 a.m. Fellow alumni and friends are invited to join our school community for Chapel on this day. Meredith is a graduate of Southern Methodist University '11 where she studied Psychology and English. She also holds a Masters in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis '13. She is a licensed clinical social worker and currently manages her own private therapy practice in West Palm Beach, Florida.

While a student at Episcopal Collegiate School, Meredith was elected to serve on the Honor Council in Upper School and was president her senior year. She was a member of the volleyball team, and her coaches remember her for her leadership and work ethic. She also participated in Concert Choir and Interact club, and she has great memories of volunteering in her community.

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The Reverend Elizabeth Henry-McKeever '04 will give the homily at our all school convocation on September 4, 2019 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Reverend Henry-Mckeever is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School's Founding Class of 2004, and it is with great joy that we welcome her to campus as we begin our school year.

The Reverend Elizabeth Henry-McKeever '04 will give the homily at our all school convocation on September 4, 2019 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Reverend Henry-Mckeever is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School's Founding Class of 2004, and it is with great joy that we welcome her to campus as we begin our school year. As a member of Episcopal Collegiate's first graduating class, Reverend Henry-Mckeever was integral in shaping our academic and athletic programs. Very notable is that she was our first Honor Council President, and assisted in authoring Episcopal Collegiate's Honor Code, which is in place today.

She is a graduate of Davidson College and Virginia Theological Seminary, and she currently serves as Curate at St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Little Rock. She will be ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Church on September 28, 2019.


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The Class of 2019 gathered together for one final celebration as a class before heading to college. Episcopal Collegiate's annual send-off party was hosted by Dr. and Mrs. David Perkinson in August, and our newest alumni along with their parents and teachers, enjoyed reminiscing over dinner before moving to to attend nineteen colleges in thirteen states this fall.

The Class of 2019 gathered together for one final celebration as a class before heading to college. Episcopal Collegiate's annual send-off party was hosted by Dr. and Mrs. David Perkinson in August, and our newest alumni along with their parents and teachers, enjoyed reminiscing over dinner before moving to to attend nineteen colleges in thirteen states this fall. Click here to see the photo album from the evening!

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Each year the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese awards a small number of $1000 scholarships to graduating senior class members who have shown evidence of high achievement in Spanish or Portuguese

Each year the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese awards a small number of $1000 scholarships to graduating senior class members who have shown evidence of high achievement in Spanish or Portuguese, including consistent high scores on the National Spanish Exam, throughout high school. After being nominated in May, Boyd Bethel was awarded one of the coveted scholarships in July! The selection committee announced that it was a very difficult decision because there was a record number of excellent candidates.

In order to be considered, Boyd wrote a two-page essay in Spanish about peer pressure, did a five-minute video interview in Spanish with Srta. Pettibone, and submitted his transcript, a detailed resume, and two letters of recommendation. According to the selection committee, Boyd was one of the most exemplary candidates for this highly competitive award.

¡Bravo, Boyd Bethel!

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Graduation 2019

On May 18, 2019, Episcopal Collegiate School celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2019. The ceremony was held outside on the Episcopal quad for the first time since 2012. Episcopal Collegiate School Board of Trustee members and Episcopal faculty and staff began the procession. The Class of 2019 followed close behind, ringing the bell before walking onto the commencement stage.

On May 18, 2019, Episcopal Collegiate School celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2019. The ceremony was held outside on the Episcopal quad for the first time since 2012. Episcopal Collegiate School Board of Trustee members and Episcopal faculty and staff began the procession. The Class of 2019 followed close behind, ringing the bell before walking onto the commencement stage. Commencement speaker, Brett Culp, addressed the students by congratulating them on their accomplishments thus far, and reminding them that this next stage of life will come with its own set of challenges, but encouraging them that they are more than ready to overcome whatever life throws at them. After Culp's address, class members were awarded diplomas and marched out of the ceremony together, gathering in the quad amidst their family, friends, and Episcopal community for a joyous cap toss signaling the end of their time as students on campus.

Congratulations, Class of 2019! We are immensely proud of you. A few highlights from this class include:

  • 100% college acceptance
  • 100% of the class awarded scholarships totaling more than $5.18 million
  • Students were accepted to colleges in 27 states
  • 28 – Average ACT score, with nearly 50% of the class scoring 30 or above
  • 10% of the class was named National Merit Finalists
  • 1 student named National Merit Scholarship winner
  • 1 student named Arkansas Times All-Star
  • Class members were admitted to 4 Ivy League Schools
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Elizabeth Henry McKeever '04

The Reverend Elizabeth Henry McKeever '04 was ordained as a Deacon in the Episcopal Church on on Saturday, March 23, 2019 in Little Rock at Trinity Cathedral. Elizabeth currently attends Virginia Theological Seminary and is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School's Founding Class of 2004. She is a graduate of Davidson College.

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Nikki Moore '04

Nikki Moore, a member of Episcopal Collegiate School's Founding Class of 2004, has received the James Madison Freedom of Information Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for Northern California.

After graduating from Episcopal, Nikki received her degree in Classics from UC Santa Barbara, where she was editor of the newspaper, The Daily Nexus. Beyond UCSB, she received her Juris Doctorate from UC Davis. She currently is council for the California Newspaper Publishers Association where she works as a lobbyist for First Amendment rights for the press.

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Alexis Broadnax '16 is studying at the International University of Rabat in Morocco in the Field Studies in Journalism and Bew Media program. She will have the opportunity to study under the guidance of award-winning foreign correspondents and also learn from Moroccan scholars and experts in art, health, education, human rights, women's issues to name a few. This experience rounds out her Junior year at Marist College where she will begin her Senior year in August 2019.

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Lauren Hampton Joyner '05

Lauren Hampton Joyner '05 has created a healthy version of cheese dip called LOCA. This is not your average cheese dip, as it is plant based, dairy free, nut free, and gluten free. Episcopal Collegiate students also discovered that the dip is delicious, when Lauren generously shared the product with the student body. Lauren is a graphic designer who is based in San Francisco and is married to Jonathan Joyner '04. She has put her design career on pause to work LOCA, which is now being distributed nationally. For more information about LOCA, please visit www.eatlocafood.com

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Laura Bryan Curnter '05

Laura Bryan Curtner '05 was appointed by Governor Asa Hutchinson to the Advisory Council of the Arkansas Arts Council. Laura is a member of Episcopal Collegiate's second graduating class, the Class of 2005, and she is a graduate of Pratt Institute. Professionally, she is the co-owner and conservator at Bryan and Devan Conservation, which is a local business that offers services for the conservation, preservation, and restoration of works of art on paper, historic documents, books, and photographs.

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Miles Stephens '04, has been named President and CEO of Stephens Insurance. Miles is a member of Episcopal Collegiate School's founding Class of 2004, and he is a graduate of Dartmouth College. Prior to his position, Miles has been an investment banker at Stephens Inc. focused on auto retail and energy.

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Episcopal Welcomes Back Wildcats for the Annual Alumni Basketball Game!

Episcalums gathered in the gym on Friday, January 4, to play in the annual alumni basketball game, which was held during the pep rally for all to enjoy. Students and faculty welcomed Wildcats from the Classes of 2005 through 2018.

Episcalums gathered in the gym on Friday, January 4, to play in the annual alumni basketball game, which was held during the pep rally for all to enjoy. Students and faculty welcomed Wildcats from the Classes of 2005 through 2018 and the players were coached by Ms. Vivian Blair (Green Team) and Ms. Joy Schultz (White Team). After a hard fought contest with memorable highlights from both sides, Coach Blair's Green Team claimed victory with a score of 88-72.

We would like to thank all of our athletes who put on jerseys and hit the court once again: LaToya Bankhead '05, Stanley Hastings '07, David Snowden '07, Mareece Griffin '12, Devon Hall '12, William Pollock '14, Nick Becton '15, Cori Gooseberry '15, William McCastlain, Dylan Owens '15, Harris Bethel '16, Gracie Kreth '16, Josef Braunfisch '17, Erbie Jennings '17, Mary Claire Patton '17, Preston Pitts '17, Calloway Clark '18, Matt Sawyer '18, and Ethan Skowronski '18.


At the game's conclusion, alumni gathered in the dining hall to visit with faculty and enjoy refreshments featuring wings from HallBros2Go, catered by Daron Hall '07 and Devin Hall '12, and their brother, David Hall.


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Dear Wildcats,

Welcome to the inaugural Episcopal Collegiate School Episcalum newsletter. I hope you enjoy these updates from our school and your fellow alumni. I invite you to visit the alumni section of our website for more news Click here for more alumni news

The 2017-2018 year was filled with alumni visits to campus and several social gatherings. Members of the Class of 2007 kicked off the year with their ten year reunion on Alumni Weekend in October. The festivities included a Friday night tailgate before the game, a campus tour on Saturday morning, and a Saturday night celebration at Samantha's Private Dining Room. Class of 2007 Reunion Chairman Anne-Elizabeth (Snowden) Wynne shared, "From the moment we started planning to seeing pictures after the reunion, I could not stop smiling at all the fun we had. I feel like everyone literally picked up where we left off ten years ago, and that is something really special." To see 2008 Ten Year Reunion pictures, click here
In December, the annual holiday Jingle and Mingle saw a record number of Episcalums gathering at Lost Forty to ring in the holidays, to view the photo gallery, click here. In January, our Alumni Basketball game welcomed a competitive group of Wildcats back on the court. The game was followed by the first Alumni Art Show and reception in the dining hall. To read more about this event, click here In April, alumni got together in Dallas at Happiest Hour, and in a college send-off dinner will be held for the Class of 2018 at the home of Headmaster David Perkinson in August.

I hope to see you at our upcoming alumni events, and remember to come back to campus and visit.

Once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat!

Ashley Honeywell
Director of Alumni Relations



Alumni Action on Campus

Alumni are always welcomed back to campus, and this year, we had the honor of hearing messages from Chapel Speakers Rev. Michael McCain '07, First Lt. Patrick Bunce '11 and Conley Hurst '13. Musical performances in Chapel from Adrianne Owings '16 with her Yale a cappella group, Redhot & Blue, andJameson Miller '15 with the Millsaps Chamber Singers delighted both students and faculty. Alumni also enriched the Episcopal Collegiate experience for students with classroom visits and guest teaching from Justin Warren '05 (Film Studies), Sonia Helen Pascale '13(College Counseling), Owen Hadden '17 (College Counseling), Ashley Ederle '11, Jennifer Saccente '13, and Jackson Bridges '15 (Lower School Science), Laura Dunnagen '15 and Adam Jackson '17 (Spanish), Rachael Garrett '10 (Lower School long tern substitute), and Steele Strauss '12 (Lowes School Wildcat Club). Miller Wilbourn '14 helped close the school year by performing duties as alumni bell ringer at graduation.


Make a Gift to the Annual Fund

If you haven't made your Annual Fund gift yet, help continue the tradition of excellence at Episcopal Collegiate with a gift to the 2018-2019Annual Fund. The Class of 2018 has ignited the roar with 100% participation in the Annual Fund! Remember that no gift is too small and that every gift counts.


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Eric Mann '06 Visits Episcopal

Eric Mann '06 visited campus today to speak to students about his journey from actor to film producer and director in his New York based company, Unreel Productions. He also enjoyed signing the senior wall in the Theater room. Join Eric tonight at The Rep at 7:00 p.m. as he screens three of his short films to benefit The Rep.

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Spencer Gregory '10

Congratulations to Spencer Gregory, Class of 2010, upon the selection of his photographs into the Louisiana Contemporary Exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, Louisiana. Spencer's photos were selected through blind jury selection, and he was thrilled to have three of his them chosen. The works make up a larger exhibit that is both political and focused on Louisiana cultures and landscapes. You can view the collection at the Ogden through October 15, 2017.

Spencer is currently a photographer and filmmaker in New Orleans. He graduated in from the University of New Orleans with a B.A. in Film and Theatre in 2014. While at Episcopal Collegiate, he helped establish the Broadcast Journalism program, being named Producer of the Year by the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association in 2010. Spencer is also credited with organizing teams to break the world record for the longest kickball game during his senior year at Episcopal Collegiate School.

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Abbie Golden '08

Abbie graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in May. She will wed Blake Winston on May 5, 2018 in Asheville, NC. She will begin working in the Charlotte office of McGuirewoods, LLP as a litigation associate in September 2017.

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Jason Joyner '06

Jason and Liza Billington were married in Trinity Episcopal Church, Southport, CT on June 3, 2017. Jason is the son of Alumni Parents Jeanne and Harold Joyner, and brother of Jonathan Joyner '04 and Lauren Hampton Joyner '05 of San Francisco, CA. The couple met while attending the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. Liza graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Business Administration and is an Assurance Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Richmond. Jason also graduated with a BS in Business Administration from the University of Richmond and has a JD from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville. He is an attorney in Richmond.

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Maggie Meadors Rosenheck '06

Maggie and her husband, Ben, live is Tulsa, OK and are the parents of two boys, Henry, 3.5, and Bear, 1.5. Maggie says that although she does miss Arkansas, they are raising the boys right and both know how to "call the Hogs!" (Henry even believes the Razorbacks are the only team that plays football!).

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Emily Sells Sweeney '06

Emily and her husband, David, welcomed their first child, a son Owen Michael on February 22. Emily is a kindergarten teacher at The Oakridge School in Arlington, TX, and was recently named one of the Top 10 Teachers in Fort Worth. David is an assistant principal at Aledo ISD.

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Sam Thoma '12

Imagine graduating from college and finding a job in Biarritz, France. That's exactly what Sam Thoma '12 did as he parlayed his passion and expertise in the French language into a teaching position through the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF). A French scholar while at Episcopal Collegiate School, Sam completed through French IV in Upper School. After graduating from the University of Illinois with a double major in Physics and French in May of 2016, Sam applied to TAPIF and was accepted to begin teaching in Biarritz on October 1, 2016. His teaching assignment concludes at the end of April 2017, and he has enjoyed the experience so much that he may renew his contract for a second year. For now, he plans to spend the month afterward traveling and exploring.

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Lauren Weems Farley '09

Lauren attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and graduated in 2013 with a B.S.B.A. in Supply Chain Management and minors in Marketing and African & African American Studies. Lauren has worked for General Mills and Reckitt Benckiser in various locations, including Rogers, AR, Scottsdale, AZ and Cincinnati, Ohio. In 2014, Lauren wed E.J. Farley and both now work for Walmart Corporate in Bentonville. EJ is also a minister and is pursuing a Masters of Divinity. In their free time, Lauren and EJ enjoy spending time with family, traveling, spoiling their puppy, Ali, and exploring the hidden treasures of Northwest Arkansas.

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Andrew Charlton '06

Andrew and his wife, Chloe, welcomed their first child, daughter Rose Claire Charlton at 2:44 pm on February 22, 2017. Rose is the niece of Caroline Charlton '10 and the granddaughter of Alumni Parents Tom and Sandy Charlton. Welcome to the world, Rose!

Andrew and his wife, Chloe, welcomed their first child, daughter Rose Claire Charlton at 2:44 pm on February 22, 2017. Rose is the niece of Caroline Charlton '10 and the granddaughter of Alumni Parents Tom and Sandy Charlton. Welcome to the world, Rose!

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Jonny Schultz '13

Jonny was one of only 71 seniors recognized by the University of Arkansas Alumni Association as a 2017 Senior of Significance. Jonny was one of six students to graduate Summa Cum Laude in May from the University of Arkansas Walton School of Business. He graduated with a double major in supply chain management and economics, and a minor in Spanish. He is one of 71 seniors recognized by the University of Arkansas Alumni Association as a 2017 Senior of Significance. Jonny is a second-year intern with Nestle and plans to continue his education in the Executive MBA program. To read more about Jonny's honor, click here.

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Conley Hurst was named a Division III PING Golf All-American by the Golf Coaches Association of America. A Senior at Washington and Lee University, Conley is a two-time ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

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Elise graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with a B.A. in English and Creative Writing. She moved to Nashville after college and released an independent album while also a writer for Horipro Entertainment. She received her first record deal in 2015 and will tour nationally when her new album, "The Token," is released in 2017.

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Eric Mann '06

Eric graduated from Elon University in 2010. He has performed all over the country and in New York in the shows Hello Dolly!, Big River, The Drowsy Chaperone,and Westside Story. In 2013, he founded the film company, Unreel Films, LLC. He has produced and directed over 100 films and videos since his company's founding, including the SAG Short Film Alastair's Wednesday.

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Katherine Shearon graduated from Emerson University in Boston in 2009 with a Bachelor in Visual Media Arts with a Minor in Photography. After working as an assistant editor for a reality TV company, Katherine is now a producer at Disney Junior.


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Justin Warren '05

Justin graduated from Hendrix College in 2009 and earned his MFA in Film and Television production at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. He is preparing to shoot his first feature film back home in Arkansas. Justin lives in Los Angeles with with his wife, Heather, and their dog, Piper.

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Jonathan Joyner '04 and Lauren Hampton '05

Jonathan graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, with a B.A. in Philosophy and Economics minor. Jonathan has worked in the Financial Services/Banking Industry since 2009. He currently works for MUFG Americas as a Risk Management professional in San Francisco. Jonathan wed Lauren Hampton '05 in 2015 at Big Sur. The couple lives in San Francisco with their two dogs, Scout and Bandit.

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Elizabeth Henry McKeever'04

Elizabeth graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina with a B.A. in Anthropology in 2008. After graduation, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she managed online communications for a non-profit and served as a member of the Lutheran Volunteer Corps. In 2011, she returned to Little Rock and started work at the Arkansas Children's Hospital Foundation, where she currently manages online fundraising and digital strategy.


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