Seumas Sargent ’95

Back in Berlin after a phenomenal, whirlwind tour of California (first time in over a decade) where I was lucky enough to hook up with a few CdeP grads making the world a better place. Wrapped a Benelux feature last year called “De Dirigent” (The Conductor), a true story about the world’s first female orchestra […]

Jim Levy ’58

Jim reports that he has published two books this year, Rowdy’s Boy, a memoir about his childhood and youth that includes a chapter about his four years at Thacher, and Mar Egeo, a book of memoirs and fiction about his travels in Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Italy, Spain, Greece, Mexico, Belize and other places. All of […]

Sandy Walker ’48

Still afloat and trying architecture still. See Sam Wright, Elliot Hayne, and Bill Bucklin often, and enjoy grandchildren. Two at Stanford, one playing ice hockey, one in pre-med at USC, one doing Keenan wine with his father, and a stepdaughter who won the Pulitzer prize for fiction a year ago. I am amazed; it must […]