Peter Alderman, Scarsdale High School Class of 1994, was killed on September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center. Next Sunday, September 11, 2001 there will be a screening of the full-length documentary Love Hate Love in The Bendheim Performing Arts Center at the JCC of Mid-Westchester.Read more
Last week, Ben Brody, a reporter for the Westchester Magazine reached out to me. He was interested to know if I could provide him with a percent estimate of young alumni that come back to live in Westchester 10-15 years following their high school graduation (Classes 1997-2005).Read more
Showtime has bought Vinyl, a spec script about the music industry in the 1970s, co-written by Todd Katzberg, Scarsdale High School '96.Read more
Reserve the last printed Alumni Directory of the Century! That's right! We are bringing it back for one more show!!
We have contracted HarrisConnect to carry out the publishing of our 2011 printed directory.
Douglas Rushkoff (SHS class of '79) was recently interviewed by the popular tech website Mashable to discuss his new book "Program or Be Programmed", which examines the effect that the internet and social media have on the people who use it.Read more
Our own Dan Biederman, SHS class of '71 has been asked to help the city of Hartford with their efforts to make the city more pedestrian friendly, a project the city is calling iQuilt.
Tovah Feldshuh (SHS Class of '66) is being featured in Yale's Cabaret Conference on July 23rd, where she will her premiere her new show.
It’s graduation time around the country, and our fellow alum Richard Stengel (SHS Class of ‘73) was recently called in to offer some advice to another group of alums, the Wheaton College class of 2011.
Brewster Kahle (SHS Class of '78) has recently been profiled for his efforts to backup the backups of our digital culture. Kahle is best known as the founder of the Internet Archive, which takes snapshots of the web and is engaged in one of the world’s most extensive book digitization projects.Read more
Congratulations to Judy Cheng-Hopkins (SHS Class of '70) for being named one of the 10 Most Powerful Women at the UN by Forbes. Cheng-Hopkins was appointed as Assistant Secretary-General of Peacebuilding Support by Ban Ki-moon in 2009.Read more