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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
posted 16 January 2017

Although today is Martin Luther King, Jr Day, we thought it would
also be fun to reflect back to 1969 when his wife, Coretta Scott
King, visited Delhi to accept the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Award on behalf of her husband. The AIS chorus sang "We Shall Overcome"
at the ceremony. On the right side is a photo of Mrs. King sitting
in-between US Ambassador Chester Bowles and his wife.












A MIGHTY GIRL
posted 12 January 2017

Dear Alumni Friends,
After your wonderful Facebook post on "Shanti Devi, India's Only
Female Truck Mechanic
" (originally posted 4 January 2017), I shared your story with "A Mighty Girl" Facebook page last Wednesday. Indeed, the stories were adjacent to each other on Facebook! And as
it would turn out, they posted a story on this too. I highly recommend you follow "A Mighty Girl" Facebook page if you don't already. As a father of two girls, I find it a useful resource; and I could readily see
a link to our alumni community, likewise, encouraging our future mighty girls now at AIS/AES. Be well and all the best for 2017.
- Andrew Clugston (AES Class of 1997)


ANNUAL DUES
posted 9 January 2017

This is a new year and a friendly reminder about your alumni
association annual dues.
To read the new Dues message and easy ways to make your
2017 dues donation, please click HERE
Your dues enables us to keep our association alive. Thank you,
in advance!


SAD NEWS
posted 7 January 2017

We received the sad news on the passing of Richard D. Downie, a beloved AES faculty member, The link below, provided by his wife, Masuma Zaidi Downie (also a
former AES faculty member), takes you to his obituary. Masuma included in her message to us that some TCK researchers had written a tribute, which she will share
with us soon. Rest in peace, Mr. Downie.

Gainesville Sun Obituary


LAGOON PARIAH
posted 5 January 2017

My dear AIS Alma Mata-hurrays:
An Orchestra naiF new-year bonus track!

Y'all - yes, someone broke our website (Orchestra naF) and didn't put it back together...
But Vah! Jeff Campbell (Class of 1973), often with his son, Cameron, and I have had another super-duper productive year. Several albums' worth.
Here's a wee sample titled Lagoon Pariah (mp3) a tune, despite its sobriety, is suitable for dancing in the extreme. From Lagos, Nigeria...down to the Mama Ganga...in the Irrawaddy and in the Summerbundio, we are all Lagoon Pariahs!
Until we take the time to scrape together a new website, social media outlet and tea-stall, check in periodically at our YouTube channel. There are some studio rushes from July in there, as well as a catalog of past triumphs, close shaves, miraculous saves and overlooked gems.
On behalf of Jhaffur, Kamran and Orchestra naF, I remain determined to remain,
Yours, Joel Baird (Class of 1973)


OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW
posted 1 January 2017

To our alumni family and friends around the world...

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!


GET-TOGETHER IN CALIFORNIA
posted 31 December 2016

From Jim Newberry, 29 December 2016:

Bill Stollberg, on the left, and I - AIS classmates from the Class of 1970 - got together tonight to talk story about new and old things. We did the math and have known each other for half a century. We are amazed at how much we still
have in common, including both our mothers are
at University Retirement Center at Davis. This photo was taken at Tomi Sushi and Seafood in Union City, California. Highly recommended!
Please click on photo for enlargement.


CLASSMATES MEET IN LONDON
posted 31 December 2016

By a happy coincidence on my third day in London, I was able to
meet up with my AES classmate and friend, Ramon Cabrera, and
to meet Marina! - from Daniela Avitabile (Class of 1977)








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NEW ALUMNI AUTHOR
posted 28 December 2016

A new book was announced yesterday on Amazon that is written by Ira Mukhoty (AES Class of 1987) titled "Heroines." It is a book that discusses the notion of heroism in Indian women and examines the lives of eight women from myth and history.
The book will be available for purchase 18 January 2017. You can read more detailed information about the book and pre-order a copy by clicking here.




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ALUMNI DUES
We are a non-profit association, which exists to help keep our AIS/AES Community together and to help promote reunions and other activities. We also host our all-school AIS/AES Reunions every 5 years, where all alumni (whether they graduated from our school or not), faculty, staff and family members are invited. Your donations enable us to keep the association and our website alive, as well as help with the start-up costs of our AIS/AES Reunions. We recommend a donation of $25/year; however, we are grateful for any contributions!
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YEARBOOKS
2016 Yearbook Cover
Click here to find over five decades of AIS and AES Yearbooks published by our school, beginning school year 1960-1961. Each yearbook is complete in PDF format for easy, free downloading.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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THEN AND NOW

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