By Alumni

Feeding the Soul of the City

With Executive Editor Michael Curtin ’86. DC Central Kitchen, 2008. Recipes and vignettes from the staff, students, volunteers, partners and friends of the DC Central Kitchen, an organization working to combat hunger and create opportunities in the nation’s capital. Continue reading »

Buck and Jed

By William Evans ’56. AuthorHouse, 2008. The story of two orphans raised on different sides of the racial divide in the Old West.        … Continue reading »

Girard College—A Living History

By Elizabeth Laurent ’80 et al. Oakley Publishing Co., 2009. The history of a private boarding school founded in 1848 in Philadelphia that serves academically capable students from families with limited financial resources, each headed by a single parent or guardian. Continue reading »

Le Colonel Chabert

Annotated by Stuart McClintock ’74. European Masterpieces, 2009. An English translation of Honoré de Balzac’s classic tale about a French military hero who must recover his personal life after the Napoleonic Wars. Continue reading »

Swedish Blood: A Peter Frost Mystery

By John Amiard (John Oberteuffer ’62). Edson Press, 2009. Boston investigative reporter Peter Frost travels to Stockholm to solve a mystery surrounding his family and finds his life threatened by a gang of neo-Nazis.      … Continue reading »