Lee McC. Kennedy '73

Upper School History
B.A., Washington and Lee University
M.A., Loyola University Maryland
"Uphold the traditions of the school by remembering those who came before you."

Email Address: lkennedy@boyslatinmd.com

Phone Number: 410-377-5192 ext. 1156

Joined Boys' Latin: 
2005

Classes:
Upper School History

Extracurricular:
Advisor, Mock Trial Club
Williams Scholars Committee

Education & Professional Training:
B.A., Washington and Lee University
M.A., Loyola University Maryland

Publications:
Earlier in his career, Mr. Kennedy was a researcher for the National News section of the The Washington Post, where he did political research and reporting for The Post's 1984 and 1986 presidential and congressional elections. He was the editorial researcher for Behind the Front Page, a book by Pulitzer Prize columnist David S. Broder that examined the role of politics and media in society. Following his work at The Post, Mr. Kennedy was a marketing and public relations manager for a number of Baltimore-area hospitals, where he won numerous local and national writing and publication management awards. His recently published works include: 

  • The Smell, Taste of Words, The Baltimore Sun, May 3, 2016
  • A Baltimore Tale: The Murder of Patrolman John Dailey, The Baltimore Sun, August 20, 2016
  • Letting Go of the Colts, The Baltimore Sun, October 20, 2016
  • Ringing in the New Year by Reminiscing Over Baltimore's Past, The Baltimore Sun, December 31, 2016
  • Don't Tell Kids What to Think, Teach Them to Analyze Information, The Baltimore Sun, March 15, 2017
  • Obituaries: Until You're in Them, You Should Read Them, The Baltimore Sun, May 8, 2017
  • Following Murray Kempton's Example, The Baltimore Sun, July 17, 2017 
  • Freedom and Friendship Along Baltimore's Stony Run, The Baltimore Sun, March 19, 2018
Teaching At BL:
Mr. Kennedy makes the chief goal of his history class very clear to his students, and that's to make connections throughout the millennia. He says, "I like seeing students become more open-minded, reaching conclusions based on facts, rather than ideas that crowds follow and influence public opinion."
He loves teaching at BL because, as his alma mater, "it's a place where I learned a lot about people and life in general from some fantastic teachers and mentors. I would like to, hopefully, pass that along to a new generation of young men."
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