St. Andrew's School Magazine, 2015 Spring / Summer
This issue of the Magazine celebrates the 69 members of the Class of 2015, and a photo spread captures the moment when each received his or her diploma. Remarks from Headmaster Tad Roach and senior Co-Presidents Pranav Singhania ’15 and Eliza Wainwright ’15 as well as the Commencement Address by Scott Sipprelle ’81 are all included. Alumni and their families return to campus for Reunion Weekend. Lili Pell Whitmer, daughter of the School's first Headmaster, the Reverend Walden Pell, returns to the campus where she spent her childhood in the 1930s. Emily Gowan ’09 profiles Cal Hurtt ’90 and his Bohemia Lea Farm. Recent alumni Forrest Brown, Claudia Heath, and Frannie Gurzenda, all ’11, win accolades in college. The section "Creative Campus" highlights spring artistic endeavors, including productions of Pride and Prejudice and Godspell and a busy Arts Weekend. Winter sports teams enjoy successful seasons; boys swimming win the Delaware Independent School Conference (DISC) and girls basketball makes it to the state tournament. Alumni and students achieve athletic honors. Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States, Katharine Jefferts Schori, visits campus. Led by Tony Alleyne ’01, St. Andrew's launches Delaware College Scholars to increase educational access to public school students in the state. The junior class supplies book recommendations. Obituaries for the following run in the In Memory section: John Topham ’38, John Alden ’43, Edward Armstrong ’44, William McDowell ’47, Russell Chesney ’59, Herbert Richards ’59, Barton Griswold ’65, Robert Cooke ’70, Joseph Pistell ’71 and Henry Jacoby ’81.