Dalton's engineering and comp sci alums are strutting their coding stuff to provide leadership beyond Dalton's walls and onto college campuses, literally across the country. Recent alums Andrew Milich '16 and Emily Cohen '16 organized Stanford's 2017 Treehacks hackathon, an event for wakeful coders which took place over 36 consecutive hours at Stanford University from February 17-19, 2017.
Sibling alums Grace ‘15 (vocals) and Clyde ‘11 Lawrence (keyboard, guitar and vocals) returned to Dalton with fellow alum Sam Askin ‘09 (drums) and an ensemble of four additional professional musicians to perform a set of original and cover songs for the High School assembly. The band played for nearly an hour on Thursday, January 5, 2017, rendering their soul/funk/pop influenced songs for an appreciative and lively audience. Clyde proudly announced an agreement with Warner Bros. Records for a recording contract.
Reports Crain's New York Chris Raymond: "On a field trip to Memorial Sloan Kettering, Simone Braunstein witnessed how swiftly a surgical robot could slice through a Tootsie Roll—and saw just how quickly an operation could go wrong if the doctor at the controls made an error, often due to lack of sensory feedback.