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Headmaster Br. Paul Diveny and the Delbarton Alumni Association hosted two receptions in Florida in late February. Click here for Palm Beach photos, and here for pictures from the Naples reception.
The February 25 screening of Jim Bruce's fascinating documentary Money for Nothing: An Inside Look at the Federal Reserve brought together students, faculty, alumni, and local residents to preview his movie in the Delbarton Fine Arts Center theater.
In preparation for the 75th anniversary of Delbarton, the board of Delbarton Parents of Graduates (DPGA) recently voted to allocate $100,000 of the organization’s funds to restore the foyer and several rooms on the ground floor of Old Main...
After working behind the scenes for years on the annual Morris County St. Patrick’s Day Parade, this year Morristown architect Jeff Rawding ’74 has been selected by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick to serve as Grand Marshal of the 35th annual parade on Saturday, March 15. Read the Daily Record cover story here.
Delbarton alumni enjoyed a reception hosted by the Delbarton Alumni Association at the New York Athletic Club on February 20, 2014. Click here for photos....and thanks for taking time for Delbarton, men!
Former Green Wave standout basketball player Rob Delaney '07, who continued his competing ways at Lafayette and in Denmark, recently wrote a great piece on the hard work of sports for the blog The Fast Break: Inside the Mental Game of Basketball. Read Delaney's He Better Like To Work here.
Writer/producer/director Jim Bruce '92 presents his movie Money for Nothing at Delbarton next Tuesday, February 25 at 6PM in the Fine Arts Center. The screening is free and open to the public, followed by a Q&A with the film's creator...read more here.
Click here to read a poignant essay by Delbarton alumnus Dan Varley '01 remembering his West Village neighbor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
"No active college player had been part of an NHL transaction featuring a hall of fame caliber player until Kenny Agostino had his rights traded from Pittsburgh to Calgary on March 27, 2013, in a deal that included Flames captain Jarome Iginla being sent to the Penguins..."
So begins a great article from Yale on former Green Wave player Kenny Agostino '10.
Read the piece here. Go Wave and Go Bulldogs!
Former Green Wave goalie Colton Phinney '12 recently was named as ECAC Hockey men’s Rookie of the Week. Read more here.
Former Green Wave Club Rugger Jake Feury '12, captain of the Middlebury rugby team, was recently named to the first all conference rugby team and is the youngest member of the Olympic development academy team...
Saturday's hockey game at Yankee Stadium was a thrill for both the team and Green Wave fans lucky enough to witness it. Click here for an video recap courtesy of MSG Varsity, here for a photo album and game gear remains on sale here.
Former Green Wave Hockey standout Tommy Muratore ’12 was selected for the United States Premier Hockey League’s All Star Game held at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA on January 20...
A great group of former Green Wave players in the gym to compete in the annual Alumni Basketball game on January 25, 2014...click here for photos.
Dr. Matt Memoli '92 has found a unique way to celebrate winter 2014...he is leading a clinical study at the National Institutes of Health that deliberately gives people the flu...
The energy was high at the Annual January Reps Dinner took place at the Madison Hotel on January 28, 2014. Click here for photos.
Connor Buckley ’11 stars in the new FOX comedy series Surviving Jack which premieres on Thursday, March 27 after the American Idol results show...
On Thursday, February 27 Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabes (adapted for the movie Mean Girls) and the 2013 Masterminds and Wingmen will speak at Delbarton about the emotional life of young men...click here to reserve free tickets and here to download a free guide to Wiseman's book.
Time to collect up old/used computers and monitors, cell phone, cables and other outdated electronics for the Greener Wave's Annual eWaste Drive from 1/27-1/31...
The Delbarton community salutes alumnus Bruce Sisler '92 who was sworn in as Morris Township mayor on Wednesday, January 8, 2014.
A salute to Delbarton alumnus Don Peck '87, author of The Atlantic's current cover story 'They're Watching You at Work'.
"What happens when Big Data meets human resources? The emerging practice of 'people analytics' is already transforming how employers hire, fire, and promote." Read Peck's interesting piece here
The Delbarton Alumni Association's Jersey Shore Chapter hosted its annual Christmas party on December 18, 2013 at Rella's Restaurant and Tavern in Brielle, NJ.
Attorney David Faux '87 recently edited the American Bar Association’s Legal Guide to Fashion Design, a law reference book already viewed as an asset in the field.
Delbarton did it again. On Sunday, December 15, 2013 students, parents, faculty, monks and alumni banded together to deliver Sandy Relief Drive toys, clothing and home goods to 1500 families in need in New Jersey...click here for photos.
Last week Fr. Edward Seton Fittin, OSB, accompanied our Irish exchange students and their moderator, Br. Martin Browne, on a tour of our nation's capital.
Can't make it to the concert on Sunday, December 15th - click on this link and watch and hear the concert live.
Merry Christmas from Delbarton School!
Can't be in the audience at Delbarton's Annual Christmas Concert this Sunday night? We are pleased to offer another option: watch the concert on your computer or mobile device via live streaming, direct from the Fine Arts Center theater. Click here to be a part of the musical celebration at 7:00 PM this Sunday night!
A great group of young Delbarton alumni and friends arrived bearing gifts at Pilsener Haus in Hoboken on December 11, 2013...click here for photos.
On December 7, 2013 Delbarton students and alumni met at a Habitat for Hmanity site in Parsippany to lend a hand for a great cause.
Delbarton's annual Christmas Gift Drive ends this Saturday at 3 PM, and snow is on its way...thank you for your generosity, Delbarton!