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MOTHER'S DAY TRIBUTE
From Colleen Townsley Brinkmann (Class of 1971)
posted 1 May 2016

(Please click on image for enlargement).

l-r: Kay, Mrs. Townsley, and Colleen

While I don't need any Hallmark push to remember our amazing mom, Eileen Hakim Townsley, with Mother's Day next week it gives me joy to share her with you. Brilliant, off-the-charts integrity and compassion. She saved many women from life-threatening situations, and inspired men and women to advance their lives through education. Because of that, each subsequent generation in those families has increased their level of education and success in life...starting in
the 40's. Click here to read more.


AES CLASS OF 2016
posted 25 April 2016

Just look at these beautiful people! They are the Class of 2016, who will be graduating in just a few more weeks. Please join us in congratulating them and welcoming them to our alumni association.

Click here to read a short message from the Board of Directors.


FRIENDS SINCE THE 60's
posted 22 April 2016

Mini-AIS Reunion in Melbourne, Florida, on 22 April 2016
(Please click on image for enlargement).

l-r: Krista Shurtleff Minehart ('71), Ted Beck ('69),
Anne Briggs Beck ('69), and Glen Minehart ('69)


NEW BOOK
posted 20 April 2016

There's a wonderful new book out now on AMAZON - written by
AES alumni and author, Terin Tashi Miller.


From Terin Tashi Miller
(Class of 1977):

Standard Friends and Fans Offer: If you want your copy of The Other Country signed by me, either bring it to me if/when you see me; send it to me and I'll sign it and send it back; or, if
more practical or convenient, let me know and I'll sign a bookplate you can put in it (special thanks due to Robert Olen Butler for the bookplate idea)...!





THE MAKING OF A VIDEO
posted 20 April 2016

The high school vice-principal at AES, Beth
Miller-Manchester
, is leaving the school after
19 years. A group of students is putting together
a farewell video for her, and they are hoping
that AIS/AES alumni could be a part of it.

Please read this message from one of the students
working on the video project. See how you can help.


MINI-REUNION
From newly-engaged Jenny Vera Jensen ( Class of 1993)
posted 19 April 2016

Please click on images for enlargement.

It was an AES/softball/Compounders Reunion! Thank you, Michele Dingess Noma (l) and Caryn Fleenor Gonzalez (r); (both Class of 1993). It was loads of fun! And thank you helping me celebrate my engagement with all that Sake!

Congratulations on your engagement, Christopher Sandlin and Jenny!



FROM THE AMERICAN EMBASSY SCHOOL, NEW DELHI
posted 8 April 2016

We were honored, humbled and incredibly grateful today to hear from His Holiness the Dalai Lama. His remarks were thoughtful, inspiring and humorous. "The past, we cannot change. The future - there is always
a possibility to change for a better future, a happy future." His message of compassion, trust and friendship applied to all, from our youngest students to our most experienced faculty and staff.

Read more on His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama's Visit to AES
and in the AES Publication, The Roar, April 2016 issue


HIS HOLINESS, THE 14th DALAI LAMA
posted 8 April 2016

We are excited about today's visit of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama. Students, faculty and staff will be in the gym. We have arranged for live streaming, which you can watch from your home or office. The event runs from 10:00 am -11:30 am.
-Paul Chmelik, AES Director


AWARDS ASSEMBLY 1973
posted 2 April 2016

To all my AES school mates. Found this while straightening out my drawing storage chest. Amazing it has survived all these years.
- Karen MacPherson Keen (Class of 1974)


(Please click on image to view program book.) PDF


THE WAY WE WERE
posted 30 March 2016

AIS, circa 1966 or 1967
Photo contributed by Robert Bakley (Class of 1976)


A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE
From Helen Mackay (Class of 1974)
posted 15 March 2016

Helen Mackay, Class of 1974 I came to India at the end of 1962. My father worked for Qantas (the Australian airline) as the area manager for New Delhi, Karachi and Bombay (Mumbai) as Qantas flew to those cities. We lived in the Diplomatic Quarter on Kautilya Marg. The house still stands but is very dilapidated. I enrolled at the "old Taj" and started school on the first day at the new school. Originally, I was born in Scotland so "my flag" was the Scottish one; and it was displayed with flags of various nationalities represented in the school. It was a welcoming touch. Read more from Helen about her return visit to AES.


AES TEACHERS, 1984
posted 12 March 2016

What a great time! -Warren Saslow (Teacher)


(Please click on image to view it enlarged.)

AES Teachers:
(front row): Becky Barry, Claire and Bob Connor,
(back row): Darwin Kreft, Alan Reese, and Warren Saslow.


"OLD DELHI HAND" DIPLOMA
posted 5 March 2016

I found this in my mother's effects after she passed away last year.
It was given to her in 1990 after her second tour in India. I thought the community here would like to see it. -Robert Bakley (Class of 1976)

(Please click on image to view it enlarged.)


INCREDIBLE INDIA
posted 4 March 2016

INDIA...
the only country where its flag colors are reflected by nature!


1959 GRAND OPENING OF US EMBASSY IN INDIA
posted 29 February 2016
posted 21 February 2016 (on Facebook)

I thought this YouTube video might be of some interest to our
alumni. It is the grand opening of the US Embassy in New Delhi,
India. - Robert Bakley (Class of 1976)


OUR FACEBOOK PAGE THIRD ANNIVERSARY
posted 9 February 2016

HIGH FIVE! Our Facebook page began three years ago today!!

Posted by AISAES Alumni Network on Monday, February 8, 2016


CLASSMATES MEET IN PRAGUE
posted 1 February 2016

"A lovely time catching up with classmate, Katarina Jörgensen,
in Prague, Czech Republic." -Daniela Avitabile (Class of 1977)

(Please click on image to view it enlarged.)




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