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Alumna Corina Gabbert '06 earns Academic All-American honors for women's soccer

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Press release from Whitman College, December 09

KATU news video of Rummage

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KATU-Channel 2 news clip and story, November 09

KPTV News covers Rummage retirement

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KPTV-Channel 12 news clip and story, November 09

Junior volleyball powerhouse McKensie Mickler named Oregonian athlete of the week

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Oregonian article, November 09

From Catholic Sentinel: profile of Middle School head Paul Andrichuk

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Catholic Sentinel article, November 09

KGW.com article: "Catlin Gabel ends rummage sale reign"

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KGW.com, November '09

Kevin Ellis '10 presents paper at international symposium

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Vancouver Columbian article, October 09

Megan Amram '06, co-author of Hasty Pudding Theatricals, featured in Harvard newspaper

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Harvard Crimson newspaper article, September 09

Oregonian story: "Catlin Gabel to end popular rummage sale"

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Oregonian article, September 09

KATU news story about Rummage retirement

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Video from KATU Ch. 2 news, September 09

"Financial aid keeps kids in Oregon private schools"

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Oregonian article, September 09

Portland Oregonian, September 09, "Financial aid keeps kids in Oregon private schools"

To clarify a statistic at the end of this article: financial aid requests from families for the 2009-10 school year went up from 21 to 24 percent, and Catlin Gabel's financial aid budget rose by 41 percent.

Two Catlin Gabel teachers participate in international programs

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Oregonian article, August 09

Former students praise music teacher Don Wolfe

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Oregonlive.com article, August 09

Kevin Ellis '10 featured in Columbian article

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Senior's report on his trip to CERN in Switzerland, July 09

Catlin Gabel named one of Oregon's 100 best nonprofits to work for

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Oregon Business magazine recognizes CGS, July 09

From Evie Waltenbaugh, director of human resources:

Lucky us! Catlin Gabel has been selected by Oregon Business magazine as one of the 100 best nonprofits to work for in Oregon.

 I received the following e-mail letter today:

 Dear Evelyn Waltenbaugh:

 Congratulations! I am very pleased to announce that your organization has made the 2009 list of the first annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon.

 It’s a remarkable feat considering that more than 200 nonprofits participated and 6,700 employees completed the survey. We congratulate you and your staff for fostering an outstanding workplace. The rankings were based on the confidential input of employees who answered 60 questions about workplace satisfaction questions such as benefits, management, trust, work environment and development. The survey was voluntary and free of charge, and independently calculated by research partners Davis, Hibbitts and Midghall.

 On September 29 we will reveal the much-anticipated rankings in the October issue of Oregon Business magazine, along with a countdown of the top ten nonprofits.

 Additionally, your organization’s survey results will be available in mid-August.

 Again, I want to congratulate your organization’s ranking as a 100 Best Nonprofit and for being part of this important project.

 Sincerely,
Robin Doussard
Editor, Oregon Business

 Ninety-three teachers and staff members – 46% of our workforce – completed the survey, which is a tremendous sampling. Thank you to all who participated!

 It is an honor to be in the top 100, but even more important is gaining access to the survey results as we establish five-year goals for benefits, salary, and work environment.

 Stay tuned for more information.