The Economist writer on the unglamorous life of a foreign correspondent, avoiding insurgents and sea snakes, and how Catlin Gabel inspired her mantra, “fail to prepare, prepare to fail”
Catlin Gabel welcomes Kate Williams ’01 to the role for the 2020-21 school year.
A personal appeal and matching gift from David Recordon ’04 inspires others
The Catlin Barbecue Society, although only lasting two years (2003-2004), even had its own signature sauce – raspberry chipotle. Founding member, Erik Granum ’03, recalls the days of grilling in the Fir Grove…
When Tom Shipley ‘87 learned about the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), as CEO of Dennis Uniform, he immediately began searching
Soccer ruled Eric Mandel’s experience at Catlin Gabel (attended from 8-12th grade). Read how his work ethic, pursuit of passions, and leaving everything on the field has fueled his professional career and personal life.
Driven by student inquiry, the Treehouse Project incorporates engineering, design, math, and art—and lessons for life
How Catlin Gabel helped me learn about the world and the roles we can play in it.
The head of the Urban League of Portland talks about keeping her perspective in Washington, D.C., returning to Catlin Gabel as a Trustee, and why it’s best to stop when the President is walking by
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker reminisces about art under the tennis court, and the making of his very first film—on the Catlin Gabel campus
The Outside editor on Type Two Fun at Catlin Gabel, and why he still wants to name every plant he sees
The pioneering evolutionary engineer reflects on Pongi’s sludge experiment, Corkran’s “Relevant” stamp, the importance of confessing your ignorance