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WELCOME HOME, KNIGHTS!

The University Liggett School alumni website is your place to connect with classmates, learn about what's happening at school and in our community, and support the University Liggett School experience for current and future students.

This is your school and your community. We offer many ways to get and stay in touch with old friends, share your expertise, and tap into the incredible talent and energy that is the University Liggett School community.

We're glad you're here and welcome you to explore. If you don't find what you're looking for, have ideas about how to contribute or simply want to share a memory, please contact Director of Alumni Relations, Katie Durno at [email protected].

Virtual Alumni Events Have Been Fun & Instructional!

We’ve hosted three wonderful virtual alumni events so far and, thanks to Chef Shannon Nowiecki ’89, flower arranger extraordinaire Martha Klingbeil Coates ’70 LIG and Page Heenan '82, we’ve had lots of fun and have learned quite a bit along the way! If you couldn’t attend but are still interested in learning how to cook a few delicious side-dishes, how to create a charming holiday flower arrangement, or practice some self-guided meditation you can view these events now – because we taped them! Take a look and see what fun we had.

Learn More About Page Heenan ’82

CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PAGE HEENAN '82!

 

Meditation with Page Heenan '82

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Flower Arranging with Martha Klingbeil Coates '70

FLOWER ARRANGING WITH MARTHA KLINGBEIL COATES ‘70

CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MARTHA KLINGBEIL COATES '70 AND SEE HER FABULOUS WORK!

 

Amazing alumni creations

Cooking with Shannon Nowowiecki '89

Upcoming Alumni and School Events

SHOW OFF YOUR KNOWLEDGE AT TRIVIA KNIGHT Wednesday, February 26, 6 p.m.

Enjoy an evening of ULS-Centered Trivia, with questions about our faculty, staff and school history. Some of our beloved faculty may even provide some general-knowledge trivia questions … just like you were back in class again!!! Prizes will be given! Register today: https://uls.org/alumni/events-2/alumni-triva-night/ Zoom link will be provided in your registration confirmation. Note: You will need…

READ THE TSARINAS LOST TREASURE: Wednesday, February 3, 6 p.m.

Put down your cell-phones in favor of picking up (and reading!) a fascinating new book called The Tsarinas Lost Treasure, by Mara Vorhees ’89 and her husband Gerald Easter. Described as “meticulously researched”, this maritime tale recounts the 1771 shipwreck (and subsequent 1999 recovery) of the Dutch merchant ship, Vrouw Maria, which was filled with priceless art and…

CREATE A HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENT: Wednesday, December 9, 6 p.m.

From supermarket to superstar – take an ordinary bouquet of flowers and turn it into a festive table arrangement, just in time for the holidays! Talented arranger Martha Klingbeil Coates ’70  LIG will guide you through how to condition, cut and arrange plant material of all shapes and sizes. Zoom link will be provided in your registration…

The Liggett Players present Steel Magnolias

Thursday, Nov 12 at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov 13 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov 14 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov 15 at 7:30 p.m.  

Admissions Events

Join us for one of our weekly virtual Admissions Events. For a complete list of events, visit https://admissions.uls.org/events/

Save the Date

ULS Robotics and Peer Tutoring Club are hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive. Friday, Nov. 20 at McCann Ice Arena Registration details coming soon

We’ve gone digital: Read Fall 2020 Perspective

We are delighted to deliver our first digital issue of Perspective magazine! Among the features of our digital issue is that it’s interactive so that you can dig deeper into a topic or see it come to life via video. Look for the links! Click here to read Perspective.

2020-21 Return to School Plan

We are pleased to share our Opening of School Plan for the 2020-2021 School Year. The plan outlines the necessary precautions and adjustments we will make to be able to provide in-person schooling for our students beginning in September. Our fundamental goal is continuing to deliver our mission to provide dynamic educational experiences to our…

Seniors present ARP research

The Academic Research Program encourages students to question and explore in a way that sparks their curiosity to discover and learn throughout their lives. The program empowers students to turn questions into real-life research that makes a difference to the world. Each student’s ARP turns their passions and interests into research that advances their learning…

Read the award-winning Lambrequin

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