Reunite the Sennites of multiple class years and make new Senn friends forever.
Bring old school spirit back to the students of today and keep it alive
Raise awareness that Senn is the best.
Maintain pride and preservation of Senn.
Ensure that Senn remains a vibrant landmark for the past, present and the future students.
Mentor and instill pride of today's students.
Welcome Senn Alumni
Rest in Peace Harold Ramis - class of 1962
Meet Walter Sobel our Senntennial Man. By this I mean Walter is 100 years old
Walter - a Senn alumnus, architect, teacher, and futurist, who celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends on July 27 – is, in fact, a lot more tuned in to life than many people decades younger. Sobel was born in 1913 (the hospital bill was all of $37, he said), and grew up on the city’s North Side. He took architectural drawing at Senn High School, and accepted a Northwestern University scholarship’s engineering school, figuring that first year engineering requirements were similar to those for architecture. In 1930, the university’s $125 per semester tuition was tough for his family to shoulder, so the scholarship was welcome. Below Walter Sobel (on left), 100 years old and John Bernauer (on right) 99 years old,
get the celebration Bulldog Senntennial cake.
This is truly a Senntury of historical history of Senn Bulldogs.
Who we are? We are generations of Senn High School alumni. We are mothers, fathers and parents. We are single, married and divorced. We are also doctors, lawyers, bankers, teachers, construction workers, politicians, musicians, cab drivers, soldiers and much more…
Not only is the Spirit of Dr. Nicholas Senn still alive, but
“The Spirit of the Bulldog” lives on through each alumnus and we remain...
“Senn Friends Forever”
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