Thilo Widder After graduating from Columbia Secondary School, Thilo matriculated at Bennington College in Vermont. Throughout high school, he fostered a wide range of interests, including robotics, engineering, philosophy, and animation.
Notes from Amsterdam Avenue Sloane Satow Sloane was very active in service at Trevor Day School, where she was a member of HELO Haiti and traveled to work at a children’s center in Haiti. Considering a pre-medical track (for surgery), she is currently a freshman at Duke University.
Isabella Cosentino Isabella is a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, where she is studying the business side of fashion. Also a fashion model, Isabella graduated from Dominican Academy.
Sophia Nunn After playing soccer, basketball, and lacrosse at Spence, Sophia is now a freshman at Georgetown University. An avid film photographer with many interests, Sophia is also a staff photographer for The Hoya student newspaper.
Jane Li Jane attended Phillips Exeter Academy, where she developed an interest in environmental studies, vertical farming, and hydroponics. Considering a future as an entrepreneur, Jane is a freshman at Yale University.
Melinda Vivado Melinda was very active in service and theatre throughout her time at The Marvelwood School, writing, directing, and performing her own script. She is currently a freshman at Whittier College in Los Angeles.
CLASS OF 2014 REFLECTIONS Sophia Nunn: Cathedral gave me the ability to put myself into other people’s shoes and to be aware of myself and those around me. Not only did I learn how to manage my time well and balance my commitments at Cathedral, but I also learned how to empathize with people. I was more prepared going into high school than some of my peers because I was able to understand where others were coming from and how their experiences differed from my own. Max Harris: If I had to choose a single word to sum up what Cathedral has given me—it would be empathy. From kindergarten onwards, I felt that The Cathedral School always ensured that I viewed everyone around me with humanity. I learned that all people are fundamentally the same—living life in search of happiness, kindness, and family. I think that that lesson was a big part of growing up.
CATCHING UP WITH THE
Class of 2014 Gathering in June of 2018 for a reunion and Ice Cream Social before embarking on new adventures in the fall, nine members of the Class of 2014 enjoyed catching up and swapping stories of their Cathedral days. They were pleased to share updates with Cathedral Magazine.
Tristan Herrod Tristan is back in New York City after moving to Texas with his family at the end of 8th grade. Passionate about science and engineering, Tristan is a member of the Class of 2019 at Columbia Secondary School.
Max Harris An enthusiastic traveler who has especially enjoyed his time in Myanmar, Max Harris graduated from Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School. He attends Brown University, where he is interested in history, political science, and law.
Sophia de Peña A graduate of The Hotchkiss School, Sophia is interested in Russianand Latin American Studies, having spent a summer abroad in Bolivia. She is an experienced water polo player and currently a freshman at Barnard College.
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