Carrie Johnston ’88

I love living and teaching in Berkeley and feel lucky my kids are in Berkeley schools. When not teaching, reading, or hiking, I spend a lot of time writing postcards to voters; attending political meetings with other middle-aged middle class women; going to marches; and generally rabble-rousing. Our new family pastime (besides protesting) is Family […]

Ami Becker Aronson ’86

Hard to believe I have lived in DC the past 20 years! I love our nation’s capital and my children are 6th generation. I manage a private foundation and invest in people and ideas (www.bffdc.org). Any toads are always welcome to share arts, culture and democracy! I spent a few days in Reno with Leslie¬†Clark […]

Lynn White ’59

Lynn and Barbara-Sue greatly enjoyed meeting classmates (not ‘old’ classmates) at the 55th. The fragrances of Ojai are wonderful. Lynn’s book about Philippine Politics: Progress and Problems in a Localist Democracy will be published from Routledge before the end of this year. He is now writing about the increasingly lively politics of Hong Kong. The […]

Chris Henze ’59

As promised during my sister’s and my pilgrimage in 2012, the village of Zwochau outside Leipzig changed the name of the main street to honor our great great grandfather, revolutionary Pastor Johann Friedrich Baltzer (1801-1885). The original portrait we donated is now in the foyer of his 12th century St. Martin’s Church, where he preached […]