The Scarsdale alumni community mourns the loss of veteran diplomat, and fellow alumnus Ambassador Richard Holbrooke. Richard Holbrooke SHS '58 was in our first "class" of Distinguished Alumni, named in 2005.Read more
I’m a 1989 SHS grad. I recently published a comedic memoir called The Idi-Odyssey (Book One: The Wedding Master)...
I’ve copied below a potential article called “The Road to Publication,” an Introduction to the book, two excerpts from the book, and an About the Author section. Some additional info, reviews of the book are available at www.idi-odyssey.com.
I hope you enjoy it.Read more
This Wall Street Journal article talks about Roger Hendricks Simon's (Class of 1960)
work on Oliver Stone's WALL STREET 2. His best scenes will be on Oliver's upcoming DVD version.
2006 Distinguished Alumnus O. Rogeriee Thompson '69 - former Rhode Island Superior Court Judge was recently appointed by President Obama to serve as a full judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit.
FOR PETE’S SAKE - Friends of Peter Alderman
ANNUAL WALK - Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 11:00 am Rain or Shine!
Peter Alderman was a dear friend of mine who was tragically killed on September 11th, 2001. Peter had such an amazing spirit; he could make anyone smile by just being around him. He made my "teenage" years so much fun I miss him a lot...
Please join us on Sunday September 12th, 2010 for the 2nd annual Friends of Peter C. Alderman walk. If you can't attend the walk please support me instead.
All the information about the event as well as the charity his family created in his honor is below.
Tina Kunkin Schweid '94
Sweat dripping off of his brow and bugs buzzing incessantly around his head, Cedric Hodgeman, an SHS class of 2000 graduate, raised his machete and coldly took aim at his next victim, a tender shoot of guadua bamboo. Deep in the Peruvian Amazon forest, Cedric was in the middle of an 8 month backpacking and volunteering trip that took him to South America, Africa and Europe. Having traded Facebook and SMS for a machete and rubber boots, he travelled to this beautiful remote area to volunteer on a conservation project run by a local environmentalist. Together with a small and eager crew of international volunteers from all walks of life, Cedric cleared trails, planted trees and, to accelerate the forest’s recovery from years of illegal logging, chopped non-native bamboo.Read more