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American International School / American Embassy School -- New Delhi, India
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ALUMNUS CAR DESIGNER
posted 21 April 2018

AES alumnus, Seung-il Lo (Class of 1987), is a car designer in
Michigan. He developed his love for designing cars while in ele-
mentary school at AES. He visited the fifth-grade students yes-
terday and designed cars with them.


NAMASTE FROM CAIRO
posted 20 April 2018

Hi. Im an alumna of AES from 2004-2008. I
now work for the United Nations in Cairo. Last night I bumped into one of our volleyball coaches from AES, Haydar Obed, who also lives here. I know many of the alumni like seeing photos of these surprise reunions so I thought Id send it.

- from Phoebe Lewis (Class of 2010)



FAMILIAR SIGHT
posted 14 April 2018

At the University of Mary Washington campus (Fredericksburg, Virginia) on Thursday -- looked so familiar!
- from Katherine Arens (Class of 1979)


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MIDDLE SCHOOL MODEL UNITED NATIONS
posted 13 April 2018

These AES Middle School students are currently attending the
MS MUN conference in Doha, Qatar. Two of the four ambassadors chosen to speak were from AES. Good luck, Rahul and Anoushka,
and congratulations to all participants.


FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
posted 8 April 2018

Two nights ago was AES' "Friday Night Lights," season three! Two-hundred students and coaches demon-
strated their joyful pursuit of excellence in track and field events, in the swimming pool, in a fencing demonstration, playing killer badminton, on the basketball court, in speeches and debates (forensics), on the baseball/softball diamonds and even on the soccer pitch! Here is a photo of the Friday Night Lights dholak drum ensemble.
- from Jim Laney, Jr. (AES Director)

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CHERRY BLOSSOMS IN BLOOM AT
THE INDIAN EMBASSY IN JAPAN

posted 7 April 2018

Cherry blossoms are also in full bloom in Japan. Sachiko Ito (wife of Jonathan Wilder, Class of
1974) writes:

In full bloom. It's still a great love of India, but
there is still a great love in India. Thank you for
your sincere gratitude for planting cherry blossoms here.

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IN LOVING MEMORY
posted 6 April 2018

If you passed through New Delhi or AIS in the 1960's or 1970's you know that Alfie and Ernie Campbell were the heart and soul of the com-
munity. Their success in creating community is a major reason why so many of us cherish strong and positive memories of India and AIS. Students gathered at their home most Sunday evenings. The high school October camp at Hathni Kund is legendary. Families joined one another for Kashmir togetherness at the family summer camp. These wonderful shared experiences built community and memories for a lifetime and beyond and were the direct result of Alfie and Ernie's loving outreach to those around them, at every level.

Please take a moment to click on this link to read the Campbell Family Life Remembrance of Alfie, who brought so much to our community and in gratitude for a life well lived.
- from Jennifer MacPherson Abidari (Class of 1973)


MINI-AIS REUNION IN TOKYO
posted 2 April 2018

With guest-of-honor, Brian Grimm (Class of 1969) visiting Tokyo,
AIS alumni got together on Saturday night, March 31, for dinner
and also had the annual Hanami binge under the cherry blossoms
the next day -- perfect weather, too!
- from Taka Yamanouchi (Class of 1970)


Seated from left to right: Taka Yamanouchi ('70); Chikako
Tsuruta
('72); Beryl Hawkins ('69); Brian Grimm ('69);
Sheryl Hawkins ('69) and Jonathan Wilder ('74)


1983 CLASSMATES MEET IN OREGON
posted 29 March 2018

In Portland with great AES India buddies!
- from Mia Drake Inderbitzin (Class of 1983)


Photo on right side (l-r): Sue Jackson ('83); Walt Sofko ('83);
Laura Overby ('81); and Mia, who took the photo


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2Jan2018 //New-Year Message
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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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YEARBOOKS
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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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