Prep is currently hosting the national traveling exhibition Freedom Riders, which looks at six months in 1961 when more than 400 courageous Americans – old and young, black and white, men and women, Northern and Southern – risked their lives to challenge segregated facilities in the South. The display will remain in the Moriarty Science Center lobby through January 28, then move to the library until Feburary 5. Alumni and parents are invited to view the exhibit during a reception on January 31.
Thursday marked an early milestone in the journey of Prep's sesquicentennial Class of 2022, as decision letters were mailed to more than 600 applicants, who hope to take the next step toward Grand & Warren.
Fans of Prep on the Road have two options later this month, as we resume our ongoing series of friendly gatherings for Mass and light refreshments with fellow members of the Prep community. Jack Raslowsky, '79, Prep's former principal and the president of Xavier High School, hosts us Thursday, January 25 at Xavier High School in Manhattan, and Deborah and Gus Nations, P'19 host us Saturday, January 27 in Teaneck.
Join Prep Vox – along with choral ensembles from Delbarton, Bergen Catholic, and Rutgers University – for an All-Male Choral Festival at Saint Aedan's Church on January 28!
Last weekend saw twenty father and son pairs participate in Prep's first-ever Father/Son Day of Service, sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry. Working together, these Prep families helped the Community Food Bank of New Jersey sort food for distribution to families in need.