Nivens is serving a second term as president of the Asheville School Alumni Association (ASAA), which he was originally elected for in 2016. Read more about Nivens and his thoughts on the ASAA and its role in the community of Blues across the world.
Joseph 2017 jumped into life at Elon University, and for the second year, he has his own radio show. Here, we have a picture of Joseph last Sunday night during his show, "What the heck we listening to?!" Photo credit goes to Stewart Mitchell 2018, who was Joseph's guest.We aren't sure if Stewart will get a second invitation to the radio station, but we sure appreciate the photo that he sent to us. Check out Joseph's radio show on Sunday nights, 8:00-9:00 p.m., on the Elon University radio station WSOE, 89.3 FM.
Bob Quimby recently spoke with Tom Marberger 1969 and let us know his retirement plans:
"My wife and I have sold our accounting firm," he said. "I have been in public practice for 42 years, and it is time to let the young lions take over. We still have a two year commitment left with the purchasing firm, but we're looking forward to spending a lot more time with our six children and their families which include 11 grandchildren."
We had a great time in Charlotte, NC! Thanks to our hosts, Lynn and Elliott '87 Crutchfield. This photo shows our alumni attendees, who spanned the classes of 1965 to 2017.
Back row (l to r) Jeff Warren '10, Issac Barron '08, Erik Davies '08, Chelsea Parker '09, Elliott Crutchfield '87, Eli Abernethy '15, Olivia Ostlund '15, Ell Close '71, David Faunce '65.
Middle Row (l to r) Austin Bell '06, Charlie Ashford '89, Sandy Bell '70, William Herndon '70, Lynn Crutchfield, Bill Shefte '73, Matthew Gilliland '13, Tristan Wall '15, Ben Eubanks '90, Chris Amoroso '17
Front Row (l to r) Sealy Cross '09, Dennis Kuzmich '10, Sarah Jane Kline '17, Margaret Call '92
Hannah Bonner's essay, "Fixed in a Moment of Fierce Attention: 13 Ways of Looking at Claire Underwood," was published in the Little Patuxent Review.
Bonner was interviewed about her essay on Claire Underwood, a character from the Netflix series "House of Cards," by Sarah Marcus-Donnelly from Gazing Grain Press, a literary press staffed by alumni of the George Mason University creative writing MFA program. Read her interview in Gazing Grains Press here.