Death of John Benjamin,’49

I am reporting the death, on April 20, 2020, of one of my oldest friends, John Benjamin, ’49. “Oldest” because, when the two of us

Legal Eagle Reunion

Chris Ward ’90 and Andrew Stone ’90 caught up at the 2020 annual meeting of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Andrew Stone

Providing Educational Support

Elisa reports, “On September 28th Monse Moreno ’05, Carlos Rodriguez ’08, Elisa Manrique ’10 and Vernon Jackson ’11 convened at the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund’s

Better Than Par for Brandon Wu ’15

To say that the year 2019 has been memorable for Brandon Wu ’15 would be a huge understatement. The recent Stanford college graduate has already

Fore!

David Sweet reports; “Reed Webster ‘79 and David Sweet ‘81 get together for an afternoon of golf on a sunny day at the Onwentsia Club

John K. Notz, Jr. ’49

John K. Notz Jr. ’49 of Chicago was awarded the 2018 Preservation Hero Award by the Library of American Landscape History. The award celebrates Notz’s

Jay Newton-Small ’93

A Former Journalist Tells The Stories Of Those With Dementia Who Can’t “Former Time Magazine correspondent Jay Newton-Small used to cover politics and foreign policy.

Congratulations, Libby Leist ’97!

Congratulations to Deerfield Alumna Libby Leist ’97 who will succeed Don Nash as Executive Producer of the Today Show. According to the New York Times,