The challenge--one for all new Campaign gifts and pledges, and the other for The Miller A. Bugliari '52 Athletics Center--will help Pingry move closer to its $65 million Campaign goal.
This Campaign is the largest fundraising initiative in the School's history, targeting five key initiatives. In addition, TWO special challenges to the community will automatically double any new gift and pledge.
Lindsay Stanley '16 and Sam Scherl '17 to Serve Up the New Year at the British Junior Open Squash Championship
These two Varsity Squash players will represent Pingry and the US SQUASH National Junior Team at the British Junior Open Squash Championship, held in Sheffield, England from January 2-6, 2015.
Pingry students, faculty, and staff joined together for Rufus Gunther Day, an annual event that begins with community service and culminates in Halloween festivities.
A semifinalist for the second consecutive year, Abhiram is recognized for his research about cancer cells. Pingry's research program has now had semifinalists for six consecutive years—the only school in New Jersey with this distinction.
Pingry defeated Hawthorne Christian Academy 3-1 at Kean University on Sunday.
This number has not been matched since the spring of 2010. These players' dedication to the sport bodes well for a strong season this spring. Among them, JC Sorenson '15 has been invited to sign a National Letter-of-Intent for the University of Michigan.
They were chosen to join an extraordinary group of 50 high school students from around the world to participate in the NextGenVest Global Business Leaders Fall Summit.
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