Dyke Messler ’68

I split my time between Maine and South Carolina and have wintered in Charleston, SC, since 2006 where I have a wonderful, pre-revolutionary house built 25 years prior to the formation of the United States! I decided to depart two months early this year due to Covid when beaches, parks, restaurants and stores were closed. […]

John Heard ’59

Anne and I are still cooking here in Albuquerque. I stay busy with volunteer board activity and consult from time to time, most recently in Colombia. We host many international visitors, mainly from Latin America. Anne gets to apply her superior Inn-keeping skills. We travel a lot ourselves. Our grandson, Andre, completed a Peace Corps […]

Bill Rubenstein ’74

With two friends from Rome (and a local guide), I just completed a rare 200 mile monsoon trek in the Himalayas. In fact, it seems we were among the first ever to visit the remote and restricted Tsum Valley region during the rainy season. Getting through fifty air miles of, hot, jungle canyon was challenging, […]