Ted Rhodes ’65

Apologies if I already reported this shameless, self promotional news from last year: after several months of delay due to the Thomas fire and the subsequently disastrous debris flows in Montecito & Carpinteria, my Americana Cats band based here in Carpinteria was finally able to lay down 11 tracks of our debut CD of Americana […]

Justin Stephens ’94

Our family had a fabulous time at the 25th reunion. It was a great turn out. Summer flew by faster than ever. Had the chance to get in a bike ride with Mr. Vickery (see pic) while he was visiting Napa. Harvest is ramping up with Zinfandel coming in tomorrow (9/19). Finding harvest interns is […]

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 […]

Sarah O’Brien ’86

Raul Pacheco (CdeP ’86) and his band Ozomatli gave an amazing benefit concert for Tom Cole (CdeP ‘87) and his wife Linda’s nonprofit organization African Women Rising on Saturday, September 15. It was great to see Tom Hale (CdeP ’86) who flew down from San Francisco along with J.P. Manoux (CdeP ‘87) and his wife, Valerie, […]

Jack Sligh ’11

Recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in composing music for film and video games – happy to be back in the California sun! In the meantime, I’m teaching computer courses for K-6 every day and spending waaaay too much time at Disneyland. (Seven times since moving here two months ago… oy vey.) […]

Kristian Meisling ’71

As an outgrowth of my role as Adjunct Professor at Stanford, Ginger von Wening and I went to Scandinavia this summer, where I presented the results of a research study recently published in a Geological Society of London Special volume on Arctic tectonics in Stockholm. We travel a lot and hike and ski regularly in […]