Beth Jacobsen, Neil Morse '66, Theo Armour '66
Diana Chace '67, Franny Atherton '67
Nice restaurant to meet at. Well actually it was much much more complicated than that, but if I write about it (it has to do with Beth and high school reunions) I shall probably put my foot on the plate (which is where French people put their foot when we put it in our mouth but, of course, they are civilized.)
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Saturday, April 22, 2006
The Packer Collegiate Institute is an independent, college preparatory day school providing coeducational programs from Preschool through Grade 12. The oldest independent school in Brooklyn, Packer was founded in 1845 in the historic district of Brooklyn Heights. It has a rich educational history.
Michael J. Bucuvalas, Ph.D., directs telecommunications and technology research at SRBI. His studies cover a broad range of strategic and operational issues in business and residence telecommunications, including service demand assessments, revenue projections and price-effect simulations. His studies range from in-depth focus groups with experts on the future of new communications technology, to modeling the price effects of competitive products based on large-scale consumer surveys, to surveys of business telephone system decisions and to analysis of Internet users' interest in alternative access systems. Continued in this link...
Ben Bradlee Jr. has spent 23 years with Globe, first as a reporter and for the past 13 years as an editor.
As a reporter, Bradlee worked on the Spotlight Team, at the State House bureau, and was the paper's national correspondent from 1982 to 1986. He has reported from Afghanistan, South Africa and elsewhere.
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I drew this shield sometime in May of 1966.
Symbology of the Quadrants
Telegraph keypad sending Morse code - Neil Morse
Armoured helmet - Theo Armour
Atomic symbols reoprsenting atoms - ?? Adams
Tartan - ?? (Was it for "Scott" Maguire?)
Tooth - nickname for Mr Emmet because he was slightly bucktooth/had a toothy smile.