Emily Lazar '89 made history at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night as the first woman mastering engineer ever to take home the Grammy for Best Engineered Album for Beck's Colors.
Rye Country Day welcomed nearly 200 students and jurors from across the globe to campus last weekend to participate in the United States Invitational Young Physicists Tournament (USIYPT).
Alumna Eliza McCurdy '13 returned to campus last week to address students as part of the RCDS | 150 Alumni Speaker Series.
For the first time, Rye Country Day School will host the United States Invitational Young Physicists Tournament (USIYPT), an annual physics research and debate tournament for high school students. On January 26-27, thirteen teams from throughout the country and the world will compete for the title.
RCDS alumni Hugh Reynolds '16, Hanna Kopits '17, Charlotte Fleischman '16, CeCe Payne '17, Nicole Reindel '16, and Jarvy O'Neill '17 returned to campus to meet with prospective families.
Brett T. Funck, a 1990 graduate of RCDS, was recently promoted from Colonel to Brigadier General in the United States Army. General Funck currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Staff in the United States Army Reserve Command with responsibility for all Army reserves worldwide.
A record number of Wildcat athletes, spanning 34 years of RCDS graduates, returned to the ice rink and basketball court on Friday, November 23 for the Alumni Thanksgiving Games. Congratulations to basketball MVP Michael Pfeffer '84 and ice hockey MVPs Robert Grossberg '82 and Brendan Mooney '05.