Karin Morse '79, Director of Alumni Relations
Welcome to MB’s online community where you and other MB alumni can find classmates and stay connected with MB. We hope you return often to log in to myMB: register for an event, submit a class note, look up a friend, or make an annual gift.
To learn how to log in, click here. If you know of a classmate or fellow alum who has been out of touch with MB, direct them to send their preferred email address to firstname.lastname@example.org to have log-in instructions emailed. Stay tuned for more programs to help you take advantage of all our new password-protected website offers.
The success of any online community, however, depends on the number of members who participate. We hope you will; after all, it’s your MB!
Karin Morse '79
Director of Alumni Relations
|Class of 1948's Marshall Cannell voluntarily archived Moses Brown theatre productions from 1889 to today.|
|Get information about your favorite MB sports here.|
|Q. ||How do I log in?|
To log in to www.mosesbrown.org:
* Click on Sign-In on the left side of the page - enter your username and password
Username: First and Last name with your 2 digit graduation year (e.g. MosesBrown84).
Temporary password: your birthdate in the following format – MM/DD/YYYY (e.g. 05/31/1975)
*There is a chance that we don’t have your birthdate on file - if not please use 01/01/1966
* The system will prompt you to change your password upon sign in.
|Q. ||Missing Your Password?|
|A. ||If you have successfully logged in, but need a reminder of your password, click the "help" link on the sign in box at left, then complete the "Request Sign-In" on the right side of the screen. Your password will be emailed to you.|
|Q. ||How do I update my address?|
|A. ||Please email Melissa Rabinow at email@example.com with your new mailing address.|
|Q. ||How can I change or update my email address?|
|A. ||To update your email addresses, click on My Profile and then edit internet information. Each alumnus/a has his/her own profile page. Additionally, if you would like to have school information reach you at more than one email address, use the "CC email" field. Please indicate your preferred email in the primary email field. |
|Q. ||What can the Alumni portal do for me?|
|A. ||The Alumni Portal (available once you log in to the left) is a one-stop place for accessing what is most important to you: looking up old friends in the alumni directory, submitting a class note, or checking out the latest news via your class' page. Click on your class link in the My Groups area. From the portal you are also able to access the same functions that are on the public pages, such as registering for alumni events, making an online gift, or checking out the latest MB news and sports information.|
|Q. ||How does the calendar work?|
|A. ||By visiting the new school calendar you can access a dynamic listing of events school-wide. The calendar can be viewed in multiple formats and date ranges. It can also be filtered by event type using the check boxes on the right to show only the information you are most interested in.|
|Q. ||Why do I need Adobe Flash Player?|
|A. ||The site's home page requires that you have an Adobe Flash Player plug-in installed on your computer. If you do not have this it can be downloaded here: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/. It is possible to reach the My MB & News page by bypassing the homepage. To do this bookmark the following page.|
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|Ian Deveau '09, NESCAC Player of the Year|
Ian finishes his senior year at Colby at NESCAC's Lacrosse Player of the YearRead more.
|Lisa Harrison '95 & Champe Speidel, restauranteurs|
Owners of Persimmon Restaurant cook at the James Beard House in NYCRead more.
|Tom Cotter '82, Violence is No Joke|
Tom helps the Institute for the Study & Practice of Nonviolence with a performance at the Columbus Theatre on July 10.Read more.
|Dan Gareau '95 spreading science through hip hop|
Dan Gareau '95 has been working on an educational science outreach project. He created a rap music video that translates the principal of peer review into hip hop language. His vision is that if we plant this seed, the public will grow more scientific.
You can help in one of two ways:
1) Re-post the youtube link in your favorite spot
2) If you know of any science or academic organization who you think might find this content programmatically relevant, please let me know or directly bring it to their attention.
Here is the link:
Do it for science!
|Jim Briden '81, New East Providence Mayor|
Jim Briden '81 is the new East Providence mayor!Read more.
|Bob Riesman'72 at the Library of Congress|
See Bob's presentation at the Library of Congress on November 16! Learn more.
|Nuala Cabral '99 honored with Philadelphia Leadership Award|
DOING WELL AND GOOD: Nuala Cabral '99, award-winning filmmaker and educator honored today at the Philadelphia Leadership awards, for her work in provoking social change. Read more.
|Michael Yules '10 names Ivy League's Defensive Player of the Week|
|Carlos Andrés Gómez '00 at Books on the Square Friday, October 5th at 7pm for a book signing and performance. |
Another MB alumnus will be reading at Books on the Square on Friday, October 5 at 7pm. Carlos Andrés Gómez, Class of 2000, just published his first book yesterday, Man Up: Cracking the Code of Modern Manhood. Some of you may remember Carlos from his time at MB. A former social worker in Harlem and the Bronx and a public school teacher in Philadelphia and Manhattan, Carlos has brought his message and poetry to more than 200 colleges and universities including TEDXMosesBrownSchool last spring. Learn more about Carlos and MAN UP at www.carloslive.com.
|Rebecca Harrington '04 promotes her new novel "Penelope" Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7pm|
|Bob Riesman '72, an evening of words and music on Oct.11 at 6:30 in NYC|
Join Bob Riesman '72 for an evening of words and music with Chicago blues harp master Billy Boy Arnold and guitarist Eric Noden on Thursday, October 11 at 6:30 pm at 92YTribeca in New York City for I Feel So Good: A Celebration of Big Bill Broonzy, Featuring Billy Boy Arnold. Billy Boy Arnold will perform songs from his recently released tribute CD, Billy Boy Arnold Sings Big Bill Broonzy. In addition to performing Broonzy’s songs, he will also sit down for a conversation with Bob in which he’ll share his first-hand recollections of Big Bill and the Chicago blues world of the 1940s and 1950s. The event will mark the publication of the paperback edition of Bob's book Big Bill Broonzy biography, I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy
(University of Chicago Press).
|Marianne "Pookie" Schaberg '98 wins daytime Emmy|
Pookie is a producer on the Dr. Oz show. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) tonight announced the winners of the 39th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards in the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
|Davig Rogg '08 delivered a valedictory speech at Dartmouth College, "Be Present".|
|Garrett Horan '07 Goes 6-for-6 to Break Single Game Hit Record.|
|Barrett Bready '95, RI Innovator of the Year|
|Heather Tow-Yick '97|
|Robert Reisman '72 releases book on blues pioneer|
Author Robert Riesman will be at Books on the Square to read from and discuss his new book, “I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy".
Read ProJo article.
|Frank Robinson '57, museum director retiring |
|"Who Really Runs this State?" - RI Chief Justice Paul Suttell '67 and A.T. Wall 71, director of corrections, also a past parent in RI Monthly. |
|Michael Farber '69, Sports Illustrated writer|
|Chris Savage '01, one of BusinessWeek's 2009 Finalists: America's Best Young Entrepreneurs|
TEDxMosesBrownSchool -- view each presentation here