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Artist’s works show results of wandering, wondering

From This Week News – Gary Seman Jr Larry Hamill’s mind is always working, thinking about creating images and how they fit together and always pleasing to the eye. Sometimes he uses a camera. Other times he uses a paintbrush. Hamill blends photos and illustrations, coining a term called “photilation.” A collection of about 25 Read More

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BHS alumnus strikes a high note

Nathan Gordon, BHS Class of 1956, found his love for music by accident, picking up a trumpet at age 10 when a friend started to play. That happy accident led to a long and accomplished career as a professional jazz musician. Gordon played trumpet in the Bexley High School Band and competed in marching competitions Read More

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Best selling author and alumnus Dan Pink returns to Bexley

Bexley High School students heard #1 New York Times best-selling author, and 1982 Bexley High School graduate, Dan Pink in an all-school assembly on Friday, March 9. Pink is currently on tour promoting his newest release, WHEN: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. Pink spent two years researching psychology, biology and economics to reveal how Read More

Bexley Traditions: Fall Homecoming

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Erin McCahan ’85, the long published road

The road to becoming a published author is often rocky with many sharp turns. For Erin McCahan, BHS Class of ‘85, the process took many years and included a ten-year career as a youth minister before she found her footing in young adult fiction. While attending Hope College and then Capital University as an undergraduate, Read More

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We are saddened by the loss of Bud Susil ’47

We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Gerald “Bud” Susil ’47, just 14 hours after the death of his wife Rose Mary.  We were thrilled to get to know Bud better over the last few years, and were so happy he was able to attend the Bexley High School Athletic Hall of Read More

Congratulations to Susie and Charlie Rath for award

Congratulations to Charlie and Susie Rath on receiving the Cornerstone Award for Philanthropy and Service from the Bexley Community Foundation during its Annual Fall Gathering. Susie is a 1958 Bexley High School graduate as are her three children.

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Remembering a visionary

Loren J. Thompson, PhD, who served as the Superintendent of the Bexley City Schools from 1979-1985, passed away on October 15, 2017. Dr. Thompson not only led the school district through a period of great change but also brought forth the idea of creating a private foundation to benefit the schools, laying the groundwork for Read More

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American Society of Plastic Surgeons elects Jeffrey E. Janis, MD, as new president

Reprinted from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Arlington Heights, IL – Jeffrey E. Janis, MD, Columbus, Ohio, professor and executive vice chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, was named president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the world’s largest organization of board-certified plastic surgeons Read More

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School reflects, looks forward at 100 year celebration

This Week Bexley – Chris Bournea The Bexley City School District’s 100th anniversary celebration brought together students, alumni, staff and community members Sept. 17 at Bexley High School’s Carlton Smith Memorial Stadium. The festivities included the presentation of Bexley High School Distinguished Alumni Awards, music, food trucks and activities for children. The event commemorated May Read More