Hazel Levine ’09

Describe your path after leaving St. Francis.         Hazel Levine

After graduating in May of 2009, I moved to Evanston, Illinois where I studied Environmental Science, Chemistry, and Jewish Studies at Northwestern University. I especially enjoyed my research grant work at the Chicago Botanic Garden, racing for the Club Cycling team, and making incredible friends. I graduated in March of 2013 and moved home to work and sort out some health issues before law school. The “health issues” turned out to be Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma. I was diagnosed in August of 2013. I lost all of my hair, most of my high school field hockey leg muscles, and for the first time, I questioned everything. I am so lucky to be contributing–cancer free–to this Wyvern Report just one year after my diagnosis! In my chemotherapy downtime I applied to law schools, and I will be attending Washington University in St. Louis in the fall of 2015. Until then I am living in Aspen, Colorado: working, hiking, cycling, cooking, adventuring, star gazing, and breathing a lot of mountain air! Hope to see a few Wyverns on the slopes this winter!
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Due to hazardous road conditions, St. Francis School, Goshen and Downtown campuses, will be closed on Thursday, March 5, 2015.

Congratulations to our Merit Scholarship Winners and Finalists!

9th Grade Winners

Overall Winner: Elizabeth Johnson, Louisville Collegiate School

Humanities Runner-Up: Lucy Biberman, St. Francis School

Math/Science Runner-Up: Grace Bagga, Louisville Collegiate School
9th Grade Finalists

Patrick Spencer, Highland Middle School

Gabriel Mutchnick, Louisville Collegiate School

Chloe Church, St. Francis School

6th Grade Winners

Overall Winner: Lily Gilbert, St. Francis School

Humanities Runner-Up:Natalie Koch, Sacred Heart Model School

Math/Science Runner-Up: Andrei Gustavson, Swarthmore Rutledge School

6th Grade Finalists

Nicolette Bert, St. Francis School

Ayda Marshall, St. Francis School

George Baldridge, Holy Spirit School

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Michael Trager-Kusman

Alumni Profile

Michael Trager-Kusman ’02

Michael left his job at the Department of Treasury in Washington D.C. to move to New York and pursue his passion. From starting as an unpaid pizza delivery boy, he climbed his way up to become a line cook at one of New York’s most premier gastropubs, The Breslin, where he met Tyler Morris, now executive chef of MTK Productions.  Michael had gotten the crash course needed to pursue his dream of starting a restaurant in his hometown of Louisville.  RYE on Market opened in the NULU district in early 2012, followed by Atlantic No. 5 in the summer of 2013.
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