John Wright ’70

My passion for languages, first sparked when I move to Switzerland in 2005, continues to grow, and since retiring I have more time to study, though the days go by amazingly quickly. Lately I’ve been referring again to the Latin dictionary that I used while at Thacher. That it has survived 50 years and is […]

Randy Head ’74

I learned in January that I’ve been awarded the Max Geilinger Prize in Zurich, Switzerland. The prize is given every two to three years for work that “encourages cultural relations between Switzerland and the Anglo-Saxon language region.” The prize ceremony will take place in November 2017, in Zurich. Read more about Randy’s acknowledgement Randy Head […]

Charles Burton Evans Jr. ’68

Strange Daze or as my daughter says “the duality of life.” My place burned down in a wild fire, where I could have been killed and I lost everything…. Global warming, even the fire station was partial burned down and the fire teams ran for their lives too. The brush beyond dry, we have been […]

Hill Hastings ’66

Briefly: a great June class reunion and reminder of how fortunate we are for such an interesting and cohesive group. I remain “semi-retired”- Mostly operating long distance patient/athletes from around the country. Too many, but still stimulating lectureships, almost every week taking me away from our idyllic Telluride. (Austin, Orlando, Tampa, Austin, Boston, Seattle, Switzerland […]

Christopher Carpenter ’58

I retired in 2000 after 30 years with the United Nations having worked in the Congo, Malaysia, China, Japan, Somalia, Vietnam and Russia. Upon retirement I set up a foundation which builds small-scale infrastructure projects in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and, over the past 5 years, primary and secondary schools in North Korea. Having […]

Joanna Mackie ’96

We are looking forward to spending this academic year (2012-2013) in Zurich, Switzerland for Kevin’s sabbatical. It’s hard to believe our daughter, Eva, will turn 3 while we are there. We will also introduce Eva to her 2 great-grandmothers and many extended family members in South Africa during the holiday season. Joanna Mackie CdeP 1996