It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that Professor Juan Jorge Schaffer passed away 2/12/17. During his 25+ years with PGSS, he touched the lives of hundreds of students. Read their tributes here.
The second New York City reunion was a success although there had to be two pictures as more people arrived.Thanks to Chris Liu (PGSS 2002) and Muriel Liberto (PGSS 1986) for hosting the reunion and making it possible. Thanks to David Reiley (PGSS 1986) for coming in from CA to give an update on what is happening with PGSS Campaign and PGSS. Do you see anyone you recognize from your year?
As of the end of the official fundraiser on November 20, a full 70% of PGSS 2016 alums had made a donation to support the future of PGSS. Parent donations are counted separately so this was only the students. Please be sure to give before the end of the year to bring your class up to that wonderful number! THANKS PGSS 2016!
New England alumni gathered at the Museum of Bad Art in Boston to appraise just how bad it was (see pictures below). Later at Yokohama, they chowed down on dumplings, sushi and other delicious food and caught up on their respective lives and their jobs. They also had a chance to learn about PGSS Campaign activities and opportunities to volunteer.
Thanks to Board member Zachary Gates (PGSS 1997) for arranging the reunion. Zachary and Nate Pallo, who have been our main Boston-area reunion coordinators, are both moving away. We will need new volunteers. Please let us know if you are willing.
PGSS alumni from the 80's to the 00's, along with a score of other players, gathered for a live-action game night in Berkeley CA on Friday the 13th of November. A great night of intrigue, murder, and the occasional betrayal was had by all.
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