Last fall, ground was broken on the future Dennison Center for Recreation and Wellness, named for the alumna whose generous gift will ensure year-round access to health and recreation for the Interlochen community.
A group of about 100 students from local elementary schools traveled to Interlochen to view a new art installation created by Comparative Arts students. Titled Ensō, a reference to the Zen circle, the installation was a 15-minute-long collaboration between actors, art, spoken word and symbolism.
Only a handful of individuals have had the sacred honor of performing taps at presidential funerals. Two Interlochen alumni, Sgt. Keith Clark and Sgt. Maj. Woodrow “Woody” English, share this distinct experience.