Pete Whitney ’62

Pete Whitney’s son, Joel Whitney, has received wide acclaim for his new book Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World’s Best Writers. A fascinating read, it skillfully provides a dark footnote to the “cold war” era and the co-opted literary lions of the time (and perhaps, as well, a prescient doppelganger). Pete Whitney CdeP 1962

Katherine D. Orrick ’06

Kaggie is living in South Africa and enjoying her work on a research base near Kruger where she gets to track lion, cheetah, and other animals on the preserve. One such animal–a hyena–she named Nautilus for its spot pattern that reminds her of The School’s chambered nautilus. Recently, Kaggie was also promoted to base manager […]