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posted 18 November 2018

Kabir Sethi (AES Class of 2020) has been attending AES since Ele-
mentary School and is currently a junior in high school. He is a passionate musician and debater, serving as the President of the
AES Tri-M Music Honor Society and the Head Captain of the AES MESAC Debate and Forensics Team. In addition, he is an avid writer and computer science geek who loves taking on challenges. Please help us to welcome Kabir, who volunteered in advance and is eager
to serve as the Class Secretary for the AES Class of 2020.

"I have been attending AES since I was very young, so young that I remember the original campus with just the three Stein buildings and the former Gymnasium. As I grew older however, I watched the cam-
pus continually change and expand, adapting and evolving to the needs of the modern world. As time passed, I began to miss the open spaces that the campus originally had, alongside the buildings that had been my home for so long. I was afraid that the memories I had of the buildings and greenery would begin to slip with age. In a desperate attempt to keep the memories alive, I made a quick Google search that stated, "American International School, New Delhi, Original Stein Buildings" and this image popped up.

In true dramatic Indian fashion, tears began to well in my eyes, for this was the campus I cherished in my memories. I clicked on the link to the website that hosted this photo, and I was re-directed to the AISAES Alumni Association website. Naturally, I was shocked, for I had never heard of such a website in all my years at AES. As I browsed the website however, I saw photo upon photo of the campus I yearned to see again. Flipping through each of those images reminded me of my time in Elementary School before the first renovations began. I also learned from this website that there is an alumni class secretaries organization. I wanted to express my gratitude to the association for all of those photos, for they were a treasure trove beyond proportions; as such, I decided to serve as Class Secretary for the AES Class of 2020."

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posted 15 November 2018

Paul Dominguez and I met 40+ years ago
at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India. We became instant friends!
We saw each other at our mini reunion in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2012 (Thank you again, Vicki). We really didnt have the opportunity to have a one-on-one conver-
sation. This past weekend he was here in Las Vegas. He is still such a genuine and honest man, wonderful human being and my one of my besties! Yes...hours of meaningful
and in-depth conversation. Love you Paul!
-Debbie Flanagan (Class of 1977)

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posted 9 November 2018

We have another follow-up success story on Valedictorian Shreyas Rajesh, AES Class of 2018. We reported the end of July about his
work towards the "Making a Difference" (MAD) program and being selected to co-present his vision and focus amongst language specialists from around the world.
Read more from Dr. Mary Catherine Frazier (Head of H.S. EAL)

After six months of his graduation, our AES/MAD (Make A Difference) volunteer, Shreyas Rajesh, made our school motto become a resonating reality for New York TESOL professionals. Our student was a shining star of inspiration. The favorite quote, during our post-presentation reflection, came from Shreyas, "Wow Dr Frazier, I have never had anyone say I inspired them!" After the presentation, I had a woman tell me she now has a plan for what to do in her own country of destitution and poverty, Eritrea, in the Horn of Africa, bordered by Sudan. Read more

posted 8 November 2018

You may recall a few months ago the end of June AES Class
of 2016 alumni, Arjun Pillai Hausner, entered this year's National Science Foundation Art Competition.

CONGRATULATIONS, Arjun, for being selected as the "Peoples Choice Winner." He used marbles to illustrate a force we run across everyday gravity. Click on the link or image below to read his portrayal of "Gravity Visualized."

posted 7 November 2018

Sue Lindahl (AIS Class of 1966) said "We can't let Diwali go by
without notice!" So we didn't. Although not everyone could come,
we celebrated! And what fun we had. Happy Diwali to everyone!!

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posted 3 November 2018

I was very happy for the second meet-up this year - after July in New York, today in London - with classmate, Ramon Cabrera, again, naturally! Here we were yesterday
in Manon Caf on Fleet Street.
- Daniela Avitabile (Class of 1977)

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posted 14 October 2018

The AIS/AES Alumni Association Board of Directors is excited to announce openings for three Board Director positions.
We are looking for a few motivated alumni who would enjoy working with old friends and make new friends. Travel for board meetings is
not required and geographic borders are not boundaries. Come join the fun!
For more information and to see how you can join, please click HERE.

posted 11 October 2018

It's fun to look at this program book and flash
back on all the swim meets we either participated
in or attended as a spectator. It is also fun to see
the names again of some AIS swimmers who represented us so well!

Thanks to Anne Kerr (Class of 1967) who contrib-
uted this Pot Bellies Invitational Swim Meet 1965 program book.

posted 25 September 2018
posted 22 September 2018

It was another wonderful picnic today! Thank you Anne and Tim Kerr for hosting it at your beautiful countryside home. Although the weather cooled down quite a bit, we couldn't have asked for a better afternoon.
In addition, Karen McPherson Keen (Class of 1974) surprised us each with a bag filled with Indian goodies; and Anne Weathersby (Class of 1965) demonstrated how her drone works. As always, there were great conversations, laughing, and tons of food and drinks.
Malcolm Garg (Class of 1975) was our only male alumni so we had
fun with this photo! Thank you again, Anne and Tim. As always, we leave anxious for the next picnic.

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2018 Picnic Announcement (Log)
See Who Came

Anne Weathersby, Class of 1965
Barbara Huey Brennan, Class of 1966
Mary Flanagan Williamson, Class of 1974

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