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Peter Bury (CAS’48, GRS’49) of Lisle, Ill., a Korean War veteran, received a Bronze Star and the Korean War Service Medal on May 27, 2017, more than 60 years after being discharged from the army.
Peter served with the Army’s 58th Field Artillery Battalion, 3rd Division, and was eventually promoted to first lieutenant.
C., has been writing the wine column “Drink Globally” for the Lowcountry Weekly, a local lifestyle publication.
The award-winning reference series analyzes plays of crime and punishment and has been honored by the Benjamin Franklin Awards, the Fore Word Book of the Year Awards, and the Independent Book Publishers Awards.
They have three daughters and five grandchildren and are active in the community and their church.
(Outskirts Press, 2017), which he wrote after spending six weeks doing research on the Harvard campus.
Susheel recently won five international film festival awards, a broadcast Telly, and a screening at Cannes for her documentary on Mary Pleasant, known as the “mother of civil rights” in California. J., showed her art in a solo exhibition at Johnson & Johnson’s corporate headquarters in New Brunswick, N. The Walkers’ disputes shed light on the Progressive Era, a critical period in the evolution of American culture.
Susheel performed recitals this past fall in California; she won the first Willis Patterson Award from the International African American Art Song Alliance for the research she conducted for her recitals and films. The book is based on court documents, correspondence between the principals, Nina’s journal, and interviews with descendants.
Soterios Zoulas (CAS’65) of Sudbury, Mass., completed a 15-year project to get his great-uncle Nikolaos Nitsos’ 90-year-old book, (Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2015), translated and published in English. The production of the 26-minute film, the only Civil War film to be shot entirely in upstate New York, coincided with the 150th anniversary of the War between the States, in which New York contributed more troops and suffered more casualties than any other state in the Union.