Glass has been a passion of Greg's since childhood, but his journey of working with glass began in 1997 where he studied art at Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. In 2014, he began participating in juried art shows nationwide. He has been awarded "Best in Glass" and has been the featured artist at the Nassau County Museum of Art, Hampton Fine Art Festival, Stuart Art Festival, and Scottsdale Artfest. In 2017, he built his own mobile glass studio and spent the winter in Scottsdale, Arizona.
This fall, Greg is working with three different hosts to share his glass pumpkins while giving back to the following institutions: Tannery Pond Center, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and Desert Foothills Theater.
In the cumulative standings at the end of the WordWright Challenge meets this year, Archmere's twelfth graders tied for ninth place in the nation among all teams at their grade level. The students were supervised by Archmere English teacher, Mr. Stephen Klinge.
In 1989, Andrew Swainson was convicted of a murder that he didn't commit. In February 2020, the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office said his case should be overturned. Andrew was represented by Nate Andrisani '88.
Noah Niumataiwalu '16 recently graduated from St. Joseph's University and is off to join his brother on the Australian rugby team, Manly Marlins. Noah played for SJU Hawks in the US Collegiate League, and was picked for the Collegiate All Americans.