Michaela Andrews ’99

On April 4th, Michaela Andrews and husband, Dr. Jan Bruder, were thrilled to welcome into the world their daughter, Elin Christine Bruder. They continue to live in Münster, Germany, where Michaela has been teaching English, learning German, and studying history, but for now she is enjoying the luxury of some time off from work to […]

Mike Voevodsky ’82

Therese and I are in Croatia for the week. Our daughter Mia spent several days along the Dalmatian coast 5 years ago and raved about it: (lots of history, beautiful architecture, the Adriatic Sea, outstanding sea food and affordable – but that was before Game of Thrones. She said “a must see.” So we’re doing […]

Randy Head ’74

This July, Cambridge University Press published my latest book, a history of record keeping in Europe from 1400-1700. Indirectly inspired by the digital revolution, it looks at how changes in making, keeping and using documents helped support the rise of modern societies and politics. Meanwhile, I’m just back from the Canary Islands, where I served […]

Phil Smith ’79

Enjoying a pirate village. Possibly funded by the same Jewish Pirates that informed the British and help siege and capture New York’s Manhattan island. Friends of Captain Henry Morgan himself. 1654-1674 Who has heard of Abraham Cohen Henriques and his Brother Moses? Who wants to go on magical history tour? Phil Smith CdeP 1979

Alex Farrand ’55

I have just returned from the Orme School’s annual “Vaquero Ride” near the Verde Rim in Arizona. Singing and playing the guitar around the campfire was the highlight. This included, as always, a number of Jack Huyler’s timeless songs, as well as a few in German with a member of a Blue Man Group from […]

David Cline ’87

David is returning home to Southern California after 30 years! He’ll be a tenured Associate Professor of History and helping to lead a new “Area of Excellence” initiative in the Digital Humanities at San Diego State University starting fall 2017. And his second book, From Reconciliation to Revolution, which explores religion in the civil rights […]