GSB Magazine

GSB Magazine is published by the Advancement Department and the Alumni Office, and serves as the primary vehicle to share information with the alumni community. This publication provides campus news, class notes, events, and profiles from members of the school community.

A Tribute to GSB Head of School

GSB honors Head of School Sid Rowell for his 20 years of service. His tenure is marked by many achievements, including significant growth in campus size, academic rigor, arts, co-curricular offerings, and athletic achievements. 

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DEIC Action Plan Update

Our DEIC Action Plan serves as our school’s guiding framework to continue making GSB a more diverse and inclusive environment. See our progress this past academic year, through careful and deliberate collaboration among students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, senior administration, and our board of trustees.

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GSB Soccer Dominates Again!

Our varsity boys’ soccer team finished an undefeated season with a 13-0-1 record, ranked first in New Jersey and fourth in the nation! With its final 3-2 victory over Pingry on Nov. 21, 2020, our Knights capped off an amazing season. 

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Home on the Farm

Home Winds Farm Manager Ned Lincoln returned to the Somerset Hills area to live on our 208-acre bucolic working farm. Ned and the GSB faculty have seamlessly blended Home Winds into the curriculum, making the land an extended multidisciplinary classroom.

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Paul Mulcahy ‘19

Our kindhearted, headband-wearing #4 basketball standout is spreading the GSB core value of compassion at Rutgers by launching his Grateful4 Foundation. “I want to spread the idea of gratitude and inspire a chain reaction of selfless acts.”

Watch Paul’s Graduation Speech

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GSB Inaugural Founders’ Day

Thank you for making our first Founders’ Day a huge success! The event, which honored our school’s founders, Reverend Thomas A. Conover and Miss Elizabeth Gill, drew support from 390 donors – alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends – and raised $132,320 for our GSB Fund.

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