Rekindle: Series Invites Alumni to Share Memories

NEW: David Cutler ’02 shares an in-depth feature about his time as a student and teacher here.
Rekindle: Series Invites Alumni to Share Memories
Calling All Alumni: Share Your Favorite Memories

Dear Brimmer and May Alumni,

The Gator warmly extends an invitation for you to take a stroll down memory lane and commemorate your time at Brimmer and May. Share with us your fondest memories and pay tribute to the influential individuals who shaped your journey.

Whether it’s reminiscing about a cherished moment on campus, reflecting on an enlightening class, or recalling a meaningful connection with a teacher or peer, your stories are what make our community vibrant. We encourage you to share your experiences through the written word, videos, podcasts, or any other creative medium that resonates with you.

Perhaps a dedicated teacher left an indelible mark on your academic path by offering unwavering support, or maybe it was the lifelong friendships forged with classmates that enriched your perspective. Whatever the case may be, we invite you to celebrate the people and moments that have left a lasting impression on you.

Former faculty and staff members are also invited to contribute.

We're here to help you tell your story!

Please provide a number so that we can verify your identity and help you through the simple submission process.
Please feel to share how we can help you tell your story. You may also include any questions about the process.
If you are writing a letter or a story, feel free to share it here.
If you have photographs, please upload them here. You are also welcome to send photos and video to Editor-in-Chief Amelia Bowman ([email protected]).
Max. file size: 15 MB.

We eagerly anticipate hearing from you.

The Gator

David Cutler ’02

It’s the People Who Matter
David Cutler ’02 shares his story, which first appeared in the fall 2023 issue of Brimmer Magazine.



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