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The Latin Community Proves Separation Does Not Equal Distance

Randall Dunn
Head of School

Words from the Head

Dear Latin

This year has been full of exciting and challenging firsts: the first experience with remote learning, the first cancellation of upper school Project Week, the first drive-through, contact-free graduation ceremony. Each one has been an opportunity for thinking about things we have done for years in very different ways.

In that vein, I am pleased to present the first digital edition of Latin Magazine. The circumstances of the last few months created an opportunity for us to pause from our traditional print publication and focus on delivering our content in a new way. And with so much of the student experience happening through digital channels, we felt it was a perfect parallel.

This format allows us to share much more content than we usually do. I hope you seize the opportunity to dive a bit deeper into life at Latin (and apart from Latin) over these past few months, including all the different ways we engaged in remote learning, how our community came together, and how we responded to the events around us.

You will also see some news that dates back to January and February of this year before the reality of COVID-19 was upon us and we were all very socially near. I look forward to the day when we can meet again in person.

Until then, we remain #RomansTogether.


Around School

Around School

Keep on top of all the latest happenings in and out of the classroom at Latin.

Around School

Do You Know?

Get to know a member of Latin’s faculty and staff.

Around School

My Story

Latin alumni, students, faculty and staff share a story with the community.

Roman Connections

Roman Connections

Class Notes

Check in with fellow Latin alumni.

Roman Connections


Browse Latin alumni’s entrepreneurial endeavors.

Roman Connections


See how the Latin community came together.

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