|Lauren Lichtenberg ’10 Interns at Christie’s|
When Christie’s was chosen to handle the sale of the three Impressionist paintings bequeathed to Hackley by Ethel Strong Allen last year, the auction house offered a wonderful opportunity for a Hackley student or young alum: a summer internship at Christie’s. Lauren Lichtenberg was the first Hackley-Christie’s intern this past summer – read about her experience here.
|Mike Karger ’89 Plays “the round of a lifetime” and wins MGA Mid-Amateur Championship|
Congratulations Mike Karger ’89
for winning the prestigious Westmoreland Cup at the MGA Mid-Amateur Championship in Lincolndale, NY. He is the first player to win both the MGA Mid-Amateur and WGA Mid-Amateur championships. Just days before, he also won the MGA’s father-son championship with his father, Hackley alumnus, Tom Karger ’63
. Click here
to view an interview with Mike from the Metropolitan Golf Association website.
|Pianist and Composer, David Ecker ’10 releases new EP|
David Ecker ’10 releases his latest EP “Passage”, a culmination of an intense year of musical exploration, composition, and production. While it’s pianistically rooted in Jazz, it features a variety of electronic influences and doesn’t shy away from messing with genre expectations.
David, who has played jazz piano for 14 years and attends Columbia University, recently returned to the hilltop to perform with Erick Storkman
and Elliot Smith
at Erick’s tribute concert on Alumni Day. You can find the Facebook page for the “Passage”
and Ecker’s Bandcamp page here
|Young Alumni NYC Party|
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Contact: Haleh Tavakol
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