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IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK ALOT LIKE CHRISTMAS
posted 12 December 2016

AES 2016
Photos contributed by Kshitij Ahuja (AES Staff Member)


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each photo for
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SEASON'S GREETINGS 2016
posted 8 December 2016

TO YOU AND YOURS

BoD 2016 Holiday Card


FROM AES COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
posted 5 December 2016

The AES Communications office is working on some new admissions materials. They want to hear from you!
What did you gain from your education at AES?
If you would like to answer, please email alumni@aes.ac.in and be sure to include your name, nationality, year of graduation or dates/grades of attendance at AIS/AES. Please keep your answer to 30 words or less. Your submission may be included on the school's website, in admissions materials, or in other promotional documents.


2001 REUNION VIDEO
From Ted Beck (Class of 1969)
posted 1 December 2016

I have had a lot of free time recently, and I decided to finally edit the footage I had taken at the 2001 reunion. It is sobering that we have lost many friends in
the last 15 years; on the flip side, some of the children shown are now adults!


NEW GIRL
posted 30 November 2016

I was watching the TV sitcom, "New Girl," and
wanted to read a bit about the actors. I discovered
one of the characters, played by Hannah Simone, attended AES! Although I don't know her graduating year, AES is mentioned by name in her bio on Wikipedia.
From Daniela Avitabile (Class of 1977)
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THEN AND NOW
posted 21 November 2016

No doubt you've heard of the alumni group trip to India this past September,
with a visit to AES. I've made up a PowerPoint with photos I took of the AES campus and put in contrast with what those locations looked back then when
we were there.
- Taka Yamanouchi (Class of 1970)

Please click here to see Taka's wonderful presentation.


2016 YEARBOOKS

posted 8 November 2016
YAY! The 2016 AES High School Yearbook has
been scanned and is online now.
To view the 2016 High School yearbook, click on this link:
http://aisaes.org/2016_AES_HS_Yearbook(web).pdf
This is a large file so please allow extra download time.


posted 25 October 2016
We're happy to have the 2016 AES Elementary School Yearbook scanned and online now. Following soon will be the
2016 Middle School and 2016 High School yearbook postings.
To view the 2016 Elementary School yearbook, click
on this link: http://aisaes.org/2016_AES_ES_Yearbook(web).pdf

For viewing of all AIS or AES yearbooks, please click here.


AES ALUMNI IN BANGKOK
posted 26 October 2016

Sunil Mahajan (Class of 1974) hosted AES'ers Debbie Daugherty (Class of 1975) and Krista Pohli Rose (Class of 1978) on a trip to Bhutan for a few days and then to Bangkok, where Sunil and Bordin Unakul (Class of 1979) reside. The four met for lunch at The North Park Golf Club on the ladies' last day in Bangkok.


(l-r): Bordin Unakul, Krista Pohli Rose, Deborah Daugherty, and Sunil Mahajan


BAPU KHADI EXHIBITION DOWN UNDER
posted 19 October 2016

Sunaina Suneja (Class of 1975) is currently in Brisbane, Australia, for the Bapu Khadi Exhibition (18-22 October 2016) and is pictured above talking to Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk, about her khadi display.
Sunaina has been working with khadi for 30 years now, advocating
its wearability and its message through published articles, TV interviews, talks, exhibitions, fashion shows and presentations aimed at an Indian and international clientele. Developed over the years through hands-on work with craftspeople, she brings her own aesthetic sensitivity, appreciation and respect of traditional crafts onto the canvas of khadi. She has also worked extensively with other textile crafts of India, most prominently, indigo and the revival of an essential aspect of Phulkari embroidery in the villages of Punjab.


ALUMNI GROUP VISITS AES
posted 30 September 2016

I wanted to send you photos from the school of our group's visit
last week. I canít believe it was only a short week ago. Tina
Thuermer
arranged our visit with the school, and it was delightful.
We were received so graciously by the students, faculty and administration.
Read more about the group's visit to AES and see more photos.
- From Cindy Jones Ondrak (Class of 1969)


INDIA TRIP
16-24 Sept 2016
postings started on 20 Sept 2016

A "very-happy-to-be-on-this-trip" Leslie Hiebert (Class of 1973)
is currently traveling in India with an alumni group of 12 and has shared
some of her photos with us. This group will be visiting AES on
Friday, 23 September 2016. Thanks for sharing, Leslie!! Continue enjoying
your trip!! Click here to see more of Leslie's photos.


AIS IN 1965
posted 17 September 2016

Barbara Wood Baker (Class of 1965) shared with us some
recently-scanned 35mm slides of AIS, taken May/June 1965
when she was in 8th grade. Enjoy!!

Please click here to see more photos from Barbara.


9/11 REMEMBRANCE
by Terry Kelly Jones (Class of 1979)
posted 12 September 2016

Our AES family held us in the palm of their hands and prayed
for my brother Willie (Class of 1976) and all those effected on 9/11/2001.
Read more from Terry.


BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

From Cherie Studwell Lazaroff (Class of 1965)
Just finished an interesting book other alumni might like to know about: "A River Runs Again: India's Natural World in Crisis...", by Meera Subramanian. Considers the possibilities of development on the
micro scale, restoring natural ecosystems along the way. Reflects several years of recent research.
(posted 4 September 2016)


From Peggy Naumann (Class of 1975)
For those interested in novels about India, I strongly recommend Amulya Malladi's "The Mango Season."
A daughter who has been living in the US for seven years returns to tell her family she's engaged to an American. They are arranging for her to meet a "nice Indian boy." Really well done. (posted 3 September 2016)


SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
posted 2 September 2016

AES welcomed US Secretary of State John Kerry to campus on Thursday (31 August 2016). He encouraged our students to study multiple world languages, related to the realities of moving around the globe, and applauded efforts to engage in service.


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