We always knew our alumni were a creative, talented bunch. Here's a sample of some recent endeavors:
"Playing the Game: Create Your Legacy and Preserve Your Estate for Future Generations," by Paul Remack ’71, focuses on the best ways to preserve and transfer personal wealth.
"The Kings of the Rings: Stories from the VFW National Marble Tournaments 1947-1962" by Scott Rice McBride ’76, shares the backstory of the game and its significance for the men who played it.
"Happiness Calling: A Practical Guide for Saying Yes to Life’s Joys," by Victoria Fellers Mitchell ’83, illustrates the benefits of self-care and mindfulness.
"Lead with Literacy: A Pirate’s Guide to Developing a Culture of Readers," by Mandy Pierce Ellis ’04 M.A. ’07 M.A. ’12, offers practical and fun ideas to embed a love of reading into a school’s culture.
"Cuppy the Special Cupcake," by Kristine A. Sisco ’06, is about acceptance and self-discovery for ages 5-12.
"The Dinner Scene," a short, romantic-comedy written and directed by Nicholas Thurkettle ’99, depicts a screenwriter’s issue with self-doubt while writing a romantic reunion scene.