Posted on: May 07, 2021 at 4:33 AM
Interested in world heritage preservation? Enjoy our latest zoom!
Hi Obies, I remember fondly the student-produced musical that was performed during our fresh-person orientation. Does anyone else remember it? It starred Steve Schwartz, who also sang in the choir with Robert Fountain. I was awe-struck of the talents of Oberlin students. It started my love-affair with musical theater. Fifty years later, I have written a musical on Madame Curie. It's going to be streamed starting tomorrow night by Cape Cod Theatre. You're cordially invited. https://capecodtheatrecompany.org
Stay well. Dave
You are welcomed to join me in this, the latest international zoom on preservation of sacred art! Free and open to all, https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfhnffXsJmNfKPTf_PVTUVVN56sx4Hs-4cSoprJu3_Q6CsaWA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Retired from Kenyon College in 2017 after 41 yrs teaching and research in academe. Have been a radical lesbian feminist through that time. Most infamous and profound course, Biology of Female Sexuality. Research, however, was in plant and fungal physiology and the discovery of stretch activated ion channels in plant cells. Live in rural Republican Ohio: Mount Vernon. Breed and show Boxer dogs, they are my children, Have earned a Permaculture Design Certificate. Created Witness for Social Justice, a group that seeks to improve social justice locally. Precinct Dem Chair, Knox County Democratic Party webmaster, poll worker.
Jeff was pivotal in setting up the Story Hour at our reunion. His fund of experience and gracious assistance helped us tremendously. I didn't know him well at school, but it was a privalege and a pleasure working with him last year. I am so sorry that he is gone.
Posted on: Sep 28, 2019 at 4:00 PM
I had a "six degrees' encounter this morning relating to you. A newish volunteer at the food pantry JIm and I manage, with whom I hadn't yet had a chance to have much personal conversation, came in this morning wearing a Steelers sweatshirt. I took the opening and asked if he is from Pittsburgh, and he said yes, Aspinwal and so it went back and forth for a few until he said he went to Fox Chapel High School, one of the busees from the working class area. I said "My college roommate Susan Hochschild went there." and he said " Does she have a brother Steven?" Apparently they were classmates or at least schoolmates. The volunteer's name is Gregory Large. Not sure how long he has been in Peekskill, but after a short stint at State Teachers' Colleges there was a detour, as for a number of high school and college classmates, through California.
I think of you often. Is your mom still with you?