Alumnae/i News

  • Afternoon at the Movies

    Posted June 17, 2014

    Alumnae/i in the film industry spoke at a reunion panel on June 7, 2014, about their work and experiences, which range from producing feature films to editing television commercials, art direction to documentary filmmaking. Justin Bull, of the visual arts department, moderated the panel and screened clips of their work to a full audience at the Moriarty field house.

  • Alumna Honored for Her Service

    Posted June 16, 2014
    Robin Alden ’69 (center), with daughter Annie (right), received the Joan Shaw Herman Distinguished Service Award, presented by Annie Lawson ’80 (left). Photo by Tim Morse

    At reunion, Robin Alden ’69 was presented the 2014 Joan Shaw Herman Distinguished Service Award in recognition of the depth of her work with fishing communities in Eastern Maine and beyond, and as co-founder of the Penobscot East Resource Center. Her full remarks at the ceremony on June 7 follow.

  • Women, Power, and Perspectives

    Posted June 12, 2014

    A 2014 reunion panel sparked powerful conversations: Four women, representing classes from the 1960s through the 90s, drew a packed audience (and cheers from their respective classmates) bright and early on Saturday morning of reunion weekend. The topic of conversation focused on women and power: Who has it, and who wants it? Panelists’ responses varied over industry and generation, but one universal truth revealed itself: Even as our firsthand experiences with the concept of power vary widely, we are intrigued by the conversations about it.

  • Reunion Weekend 2014

    Posted June 7, 2014

    The weather, like the company, could hardly have been better for Concord Academy’s reunion on June 6–8, when about 350 alumnae/i, past and present faculty, and friends convened on campus.

  • Glacier Guide: A Summer Adventure Becomes a Lifelong Pursuit

    Posted May 14, 2014
    Photos by Marian E. Lindberg ’72

    Like countless young people before and after her, when Carolyn Beecher ’72 finished col­lege, she spent the summer backpacking. But unlike many of those other young adults who embarked on more traditional postcollege careers after their adventures, Beecher was so affected by the experience that she decided to make outdoor adven­tures her profession.

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