Courtney (Clark) Lee '02 and Hans Lee '01 Expand Family

From Carmel, Hans and Courtney recently reported news of their newest family member: "Charlotte Rose Lee was born at home on February 27th at 4:34 a.m. Her sister Emmaline is thrilled and spends most of her time doting on her little sister and trying to share toys with her. We are all recovering well!"


Class of '78 Classmates Reconnect 

Toby Morris '78 looked up classmate Tim Hendrix '78 on  a recent trip to Salem, Oregon. Toby writes:

"Tim and I had a great reacquaintance after 30 years. We spent the afternoon wandering around Willamette University and discussing family, past, careers, life outlook. Funny how you can carry a friendship in your heart for so many years and pick up as if you had been away for the weekend. It was the highlight of my trip to the Northwest."


Emily Gill '95 Welcomes Mr. Sturch to New Zealand

On his recent travels, Mr. Sturch stopped in to visit alumna Emily Gill ’95, her husband Ivor Jones, and their son Aterea at their home in Tirohanga, on New Zealand’s North Island.  Emily works at the Whakatohea Health Centre as a general practitioner and spends two days a week serving patients in the rural areas of the island.

Emily reports, "It was a delight to reunite with Mr. Sturch and to get to know him in my own home. I had shown my husband a picture of Mr. Sturch from the 1995 yearbook and Ivor  immediately recognised him when picking him up!  My whole family really enjoyed our few days with him."  


Recent Alumni Visitors

Victoria Kalinin '93 wasn't able to attend her class reunion, but on a recent visit to see her father, Alexander Kalinin, she brought the whole family to campus. Currently, Victoria works for UNESCO and lives in Paris, France. She and her husband, Goel Mevel, have two children--Arthur and Valentina.




Erika Kreeger '11 and Kyra Grantz '11 stopped by to say hello to favorite teachers and recall fond memories of their time on campus.






Charlie Reeves '04 joined a virtual disccusion with Mr. Brookhouser's sophomore English class and answered questions about his experience as a writer, primarily for televsion. 




James Marks '76 arrived on campus with a double rainbow and big smile. He enjoyed looking at old photos from his time at York--including a clipping about Maye Faire. His stop at York was the beginning of a weekend that included catching up with a classmate and relaxing at Asilomar.  







Ben Jealous '90 Joins Kapor Center for Social Impact

 Read the full story about Ben's new position here.