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2017 MESAC
posted 10 February 2017


AES Tigers will be
competing and per-
forming in MESAC tournaments and
festivals across the
region this weekend
(10-12 February).
Good luck!! Go Tigers!!

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AES HS MUN DELEGATION TOOK THIMUN QATAR BY STORM
posted 3 February 2017

Special recognition is due to the High School MUN traveling team
for their inspiring participation in the recent THIMUN Qatar Confer-
ence. Shreyas Rajesh was awarded a coveted role of Judge on the International Court of Justice, one of ten students of the roughly
2000 present. All eight country delegates (Kailash, Avi, Vir, Dylan, India, Abhik, Kabir, & Neil) were chosen to main submit resolutions in their committees of over one hundred delegates. Only six to eight delegates in each committee are given the honor to come to podium, read their resolution, give a speech, and defend their position to
posed questions. Seven of the eight resolutions passed overwhelm-
ingly. All students are to be congratulated for representing AES with poise and skill.
- Ellen D. Stern, AES Director (Email dated 3 February 2017)


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AES in 1978
posted 31 January 2017

"Photo from 1978; loved it when the bougainvillea was in bloom."
- Ted Beck (Class of 1969)


Thanks for sharing this beautiful photo with us, Ted.
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JAI HIND
posted 26 January 2017


ALUMNI IN BANGKOK
posted 24 January 2016

From Sunil Mahajan (Class of 1974):

Just a couple of AESers enjoying Indian
food at Siam Paragon's Royal India in Bangkok. Seated from left to right are
Steve Furst (Class of 1975), Sunil,
and Mark Friedbauer (Class of 1986).

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WELCOME BACK
posted 18 January 2017

Susan Vogelsang (Class of 1968) reached out to us and said she
lives outside Washington, D.C. with her husband and enjoys spend-
ing time with her three daughters and three granddaughters, from Baltimore to Boston to Oregon. After graduate school at Berkeley,
she traveled to 35 countries working in international development
and stability operations. She is still in the work mode, taking breaks
to see old friends and new places. She is not currently on Facebook but is thinking about joining.


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, en-
couraging 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



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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!
For more, see DUES LETTER.


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

Experience the enjoyment felt by many AIS/AES alumni who returned to Delhi and visited the school! Thank you for sharing your photos with us!


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