WISHING YOU AND YOURS...HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
posted 10 December 2017
BoD 2017 Holiday Card
FACES AT AES
posted 9 December 2017
Shrivatsa Somany (Class of 2007) visited campus on 16 November 2017 and met with Ms. Jain. She was his Robotics, Computer Studies and Computer Science teacher in high school.
ďMs. Jainís classes unlocked for me
the realization that I was interested
in robotics and computer science. Iíve always loved building things - to this
day I build with Legos. From my first project in Ms. Jainís class, I developed
a love for building with software.Ē
Today, Shrivatsa runs his own business in New Delhi, Hello World Labs, which works in home, office and building automation. Their software uses Artificial Intelligence to save energy by tracking movement. Shrivatsa also substituted for Ms. Jainís classes for one month earlier this year!
We are so grateful to have an alumni community that truly emulates the "lifelong learners" and "responsible, compassionate global citizens" that we know our students to be - and to our teachers for inspiring them!
- Article Contributed by AES
posted 19 November 2017
I was able to spend a couple of hours recently with Lisa Jordan, (center) a fellow AES alumni from the Class of 1987, while she was in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, for a sorority reunion.
I didn't tell her my sister and her classmate, Carolyn Malpass Gallagher (right) would be joining us as well. I'd say Lisa was pleasantly surprised. Thank you to Hanson (Dad) for letting us use your living room.
- Mary Susan Malpass Jackson (Class of 1986)
posted 19 November 2017
Fifty years later, Tim Brown (Class of 1970) returned to India
with his family for two weeks and had a wonderful time traveling around the country. Enjoy some PHOTOS of their visit to AES.
NEWS CIRCLE (FEBRUARY 1966)
posted 17 November 2017
Here is the "Valentine Issue" of News Circle, but with an Indian flavor provided by Marion Tiger's wonderful cover. There is a great article by Pat Jefferys on Indian political cartoonists of the day.
Mary Margaret Lawrence returns with "The Traveller in India," giving an amusing glimpse of historical hospitality in India. And, as always, much, much more! - Stevens Parr (Class of 1967)
Please click here to read the February 1966 issue.
Read more magazines on our NEWS CIRCLE page.
ASTRONAUT/PHYSICIST VISITS AES
posted 9 November 2017
Astronaut and physicist, Christer Fuglesang, visited the school a few days ago. Christer was the first Swedish citizen to visit space; and Elementary, Middle and High School students all had the chance to hear stories about his visits to the universe.
They count themselves lucky to have heard firsthand what it's like to pursue one's career and research in space!
Please click on image above to see photo enlarged.
posted 15 October 2017
Jonathan Wilder's wife, the beautiful Sachiko Ito, is shown here performing with friends at a Diwali festival in Japan.
Please click on images below to see photos enlarged.
Photos contributed by Jonathan Wilder, Class of 1974
NEW FACEBOOK FRIEND
posted 12 October 2017
Just got a FB friend request from a young
man in Madurai, he saw this photo I took in 1978 as a result of a search. He wrote that
the mahout was his uncle and the man walking to the side was his grandfather. People and elephant are no longer living but the family was very happy to see the photo.
The young man who friended me says he represents the 4th generation of his family
to work with elephants. Good way to start
the day! - Ted Beck (Class of 1969)
posted 10 October 2017
posted 1 October 2017 (on Facebook)
Our high schoolers gathered for the annual Peace Day photo
on Tiger Turf; Thursday, 21 Sept 2017.
Photo provided by AES Director, Jim Laney, Jr.
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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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