There's no telling where Chapin alumnae land after they leave 100 East End Avenue. One thing is certain, though: no matter where they are, their connection to Chapin remains strong. Click on the links below to read the latest Alumnae news.
Recent Chapin graduates visited Classes 11 and 12 to share their college experiences.
Alumnae and their current Chapin granddaughters, daughters and nieces came together over afternoon tea.
Alumnae from the Classes of 1944 to 2009 returned to Chapin this fall for a series of Decades Lunches.
Chapin alumna speaks to the Upper School about how Homeland Security keeps America safe.
Lynden B. Miller '56 discusses her career as a New York City public garden designer.
Amy Beatie '89, Executive Director at The Colorado Water Trust, advises students to follow their passions.
Jessye Lapenn '89, a Foreign Service Officer, reveals the benefits to risk-taking with intention.
Sandra Chow '99 described how she became an architect.
Zoë Barry '03 discussed taking on the leadership of her startup, ZappRx.
Alumna Alexa Staley Helps Prove Einstein's Theory of General Relativity
Chapin students in the New York Arts Now course learned about the experience of a professional dancer.
Reunion 2016 brought over 400 guests back to 100 East End Avenue on April 7 and 8.
Young alumnae gathered at the Ace Hotel for the annual Young Alumnae Party.
Chapin seniors received career advice from a group of alumnae.
Chapin alumnae returned to the school for a night of learning.