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Stuart is proud to have more than 1,400 alumnae, each of whom is a testament to the school’s educational mission and Sacred Heart philosophy. Stuart alumnae take dynamic roles in their communities at large, professionally, socially and personally.

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​Battle Hymn of the Woman in STEM by Maddie Lapuerta '16

by Maddie Lapuerta '16 for The Harvard Crimson

We're so proud Maddie Lapuerta '16, Harvard '20 for speaking out as a role model and pioneer for girls interested in STEM.

"I proudly attended an all girls' school for the majority of my life, and am thus a product of the benefits of learning alongside my female peers....Our biggest concern should not be the lack of numerical equality between men and women in science. We should be, though, immensely troubled when my female peers and I are perceived as unintelligent because of it. Women in STEM are so much more than that. We are pioneers in our fields, becoming role models for generations to come—for girls who were once just like us."

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Emma Brigaud '16 manages project at Princeton art space

Stuart alumna Emma Brigaud '16 has been hard at work this summer as a project manager for the Design @ Dohm Alley art space in downtown Princeton. Installation is fully underway at the site which is next to Starbucks on Nassau St. between Witherspoon and S. Tulane Streets. This July Emma was also presented with an opportunity to create a painting for the art space depicting the industrial age in Great Britain which is now installed above a chimney sculpture. Click through to watch a time-lapse video of Emma creating the painting.

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On 50th anniversary, class of 1967 returns to launch Alumnae Day festivities

More than 50 amazing Stuart women returned on Saturday for Alumnae Day activities and to reconnect with old friends and classmates. This was the first Alumnae Day to welcome a 50th reunion class; the class of 1967 was well represented with six members returning. In addition to these six alumnae, they inducted Anne Pierpont, a beloved member of the Stuart community as an honorary member of the Class of 1967! The youngest reunion class was also in full force with five members of the Class of 2012 in attendance along with many other classes. Following the luncheon, Stuart honored the legacy of Louise and Marston Morse for their lifelong devotion to the Stuart libraries with a lovely tea in the Raissa Maritain Library. Their daughter, Louise "Weezie" Morse '67 was in attendance and shared some words about her mother's legacy at Stuart and beyond. Thanks to all of our wonderful Stuart alumnae who returned! See photos from Alumnae Day in the gallery. Following Alumnae Day, three Stuart women were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Excellence in athletics and leadership: three inspiring Stuart women inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame

On Saturday, we were thrilled to induct three empowering Stuart women into Stuart's Athletic Hall of Fame. Our inductees included Val Van Horn Pate '81, a four-sport collegiate varsity athlete; Barb Van Horn Yocum '81, who earned 12 varsity letters and All American Lacrosse honors in college; and Sarah Driscoll Kuchar '01, Yale's all-time leading point scorer in field hockey. All three women are tremendous leaders both on and off the field. The Athletic Hall of Fame honors those in our Stuart community who have had significant achievements in sports and exemplify the principles of sportsmanship and the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Schools.

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Stuart News 2016

Alumnae Voices

Priyanka Sinha ’00
Advisor to world leaders on economic growth. Read the article from the 2016 Stuart News.

Nell Merlino ’71
Stuart Alumnae Gallery honoree and creator of Take Our Daughters to Work Day. Watch her video as part of the Icon Series from The Female Lead.

Anna Jaffe ’03
MIT engineer, co-founder of the Vehicle Design Summit whose mission is to catalyze an "energy space race."

Abigail Borah ’09
Youth Delegate to UN Conference on Climate Change in 2010 and 2011

Ellen Spencer Susman ’68
Emmy-nominated Television Producer/Personality
"When people ask me today what my main influences were growing up, going to Stuart ranks first on the list. Everything I learned at Stuart, including faith, I use today."

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