Volume 75
Number 1

The Classes

Beyond the Basics
A message from AEA Executive Director Bob Carpenter

Six weeks in Tibet

Reflection on tradition

Charter Day redux

Eugene Williams Jr. '91C

Where Eagles have landed

Why do Voles Fall in Love?

The Once and Future Mummy Museum

Got bluemilk?

Pop Culture






Where Eagles have landed

APPARENTLY, alumni who play together, stay together, or so we are led to believe by recent reports from two sets of peripatetic Emory graduates.


(Left)Alumnae NAOMI LICKER ’70C and RITA KIRSHSTEIN’70C both of Washington, D.C., and JANET RECHTMAN ’71C of Atlanta, shown left to right, recently completed a jaunt to Provence in France. The trio have gathered to celebrate common birthdays every five years and marked their fiftieth with a cross-country walking tour last fall.

(Below)Since graduating from Emory, JOHN FIELD’69L of Haddonfield, N.J.; LARRY BROWN ’67MBA of Pittsburgh; HAROLD DANIEL JR. ’63Ox-’65C-’69L of Atlanta; THOMAS BRISENDINE JR. ’63Ox-’65C-’68L of Woodbridge, Va.; and CHARLES BROWN III ’68C of Baltimore, shown left to right, have been meeting for a series of informal reunions about every three years. The group celebrated their fourth such gathering last December in Gettysburg, Pa.


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