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CLASS OF ’00 A Showcase for Sikh Heritage Vijay Singh Chattha C’00 is proud of his Sikh heritage, so he took a leave from his nightlife-based Internet company, Urbangroove.com, to help a nonprofit group preserve and display Sikh cultural artifacts. Continued...

CLASS OF ’67
There’s a Pucker Born Every Minute Steve Herbst C’67 can whistle in and whistle out. He can whistle while he smiles. And he can whistle in three octaves, simulating an oboe or a piccolo. He has whistled for royalty, cruise-ship passengers, and conventions of his puckering peers. Continued...


Illustration by Regan Dunnick

CLASS OF ’01 Drop the Laptop and Put Your Hands Up Anyone who owns a laptop computer understands that to have it stolen would be a nightmare. E-mails, business reports, class notes, personal files—all in the hands of a total stranger. What if there were a way to get that laptop back and catch the thief in the process? Well, now there is. Continued...

CLASS OF ’87 Transported by Brush and Paint “When you’re drawing or painting, you tend to lose your sense of time, your consciousness is raised, and you are in a creative space. That’s a place I have to go to,” says Amalfi Ramirez Finnerty CGS’87. Continued...

CLASS OF ’89 Worn With Pride Mudcloth. To many parents that describes their kids’ clothes after they’ve been playing outside. But the mudcloth that Stacia Gray-Crawford C’89 sells is part of her African-inspired line of children’s clothing and home accessories. Continued...


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