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 […]

Larry Lisle ’63

7th granddaughter born on July 27, 2018, in Blacksburg, Virginia: Elizabeth Brantley Lisle. Son, Lee, is a PhD candidate at Virginia Tech. Oldest granddaughter, Anna Barrett, started college at Belhaven University, Jackson, MS, majoring in dance. Lora Jane and I are living in Hillsborough, North Carolina, and enjoy visiting our children and grandchildren (OBX and […]

Anna Teague ’07

I just finished my PhD in clinical psychology in June. I’m now embarking on a 2-year fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, where I work primarily with patients with epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, early-onset neurodegenerative diseases, and those seeking lung, kidney, or liver transplants. Let me know if you’re […]

Robert Berend ’73

Living in Beverly Hills, working as a real estate investor, and going on lots of music cruises for fun. I’ve got a Ph.D. in human sexuality (www.askthesexologist.com and on Ask the Sexologist on Facebook), and have lectured around the world on that for the last 20 years. Retired lawyer, former socially responsible investment advisor and […]

Wayne Chang ’00

I got married in September 2015 in our hometown of Taichung (Taiwan) to Sally Tsai, the love of my life. After a beautiful honeymoon in Europe, we’re now back in LA. I’m hoping to complete my finance PhD at USC by 2017 (fingers crossed). Sally’s a family medicine doctor at UCLA Health. We’re living in […]