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Update from the Board of Directors on the Ropes & Gray Report:

June 24, 2017 Child Safeguarding Update
September  3, 2015  Announcement of the Strength & Courage Scholarship Award
July 27, 2015 Update from the Board of Directors
(Japanese translation of Ropes & Gray Report)
June 15, 2015 Update from the Board of Directors
June 5, 2015 Update from the Board of Directors

Alumni Updates

Spirit Day on Saturday, Sep 30 was a huge success with an impressive alumni turnout. Families, friends and alumni all came together to cheer for our Mustangs, play games and enjoy some delicious food. The Alumni Council sold quesadillas, shirts and hats to raise money for future council activities.

Spirit Day-goers also included special guests as the Class of ’87 held their 30th reunion on campus during the festivities. They participated in a guided welcome-back tour of campus, photo-ops with visiting sumo wrestlers and the historic gate, as well as all the usual Spirit Day activities. Alum and reunion coordinator Robert Sharp '87 also presented a gift of $7,700 to the Strength and Courage Award on behalf of the Class of ’87. Thank you Class of '87! (read more)


George McDonald '09 was featured in the documentary Goodbye Cassini - Hello Saturn which aired in the UK on the BBC on September 18 and in the US on the Science Channel on September 19. Goodbye Cassini - Hello Saturn celebrates the end of NASA and the European Space Agency's Cassini mission to Saturn and looks back at all the discoveries made by the spacecraft Cassini.

George is currently working on his PhD in Astronomy at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. An interview with George, along with his colleagues, was featured in the documentary. (read more)


Andrew Deck '13 recently wrote an article for the popular Tokyo English magazine and website, Metropolis. The September 18 article, titled Is the Pachinko Parlor Dying Out? explores the legalization of casinos in Japan and what that means for the future of pachinko. (read more)


Jennifer Higa '16 was featured in an article in The Daily Pennsylvanian on September 20. The article details the experience of a unique group of students at the University of Pennsylvania: international students who went to American schools and are U.S. citizens. (read more)

In Memoriam

We are sad to say our goodbyes to the following community member:

Ulrich Straus '44 passed away on Friday Sep 1, 2017 at the age of 90. His daughter Rebecca writes that he remembers his years at ASIJ fondly.

Please see the Alumni News Archive for previously listed obituaries.

 

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