7/22/2016 Give A Damn with Mark Lewis
Classmate Mark Lewis' new book "GIVE A DAMN" was published in June 2016. Here's how he describes his philosophy:
Sometimes we have the tendency to lose the human perspective that determines
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11/23/2015 Classmate Alex Wolff publishes a book
Classmate Alex Wolff has published The Audacity of Hoop: Basketball and the Age of Obama. The book looks at Barack Obama, person and president, by the light of the game most closely associat
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6/30/2015 Nancy Gong's art installed in BHS library
The Adventure of Knowledge, an art glass window designed by classmate Nancy Gong, was fabricated and installed in June. It is part of the BHS library improvements funded in part by the Brigh
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I did not attend BHS for my senior year because I was living and training for competitive figure skating in Phoenix. After high school I attended community college for a few semesters and continued skating. My skating partner and I competed nationally and internationally as amateurs for five years until we "turned pro"(which used to be a completely separate level of competition), winning the World Professional Ice Dance Championships in Jaca, Spain in 1979. We then joined Holiday on Ice in Europe where we were principal performers for three years; my last year in the show was spent touring South America. I suffered a back injury during practice in April of 1983, and had to come home from Brazil to recover. I had met my now-husband, Bob Varnell, while on vacation between performance dates in Puerto Rico in November of 1982, so after my injury I moved with him to Seattle to finish college. Although I had gone to a number of schools in Arizona, took correspondence classes while in Europe, and attended Seattle University for a year, I earned my undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in 1985 and went on to get my M.A. and Ph.D from UW in 1987 and 1992, respectively. Bob and I were married in 1986, had four children from 1988-1993, and have lived and worked in Winston-Salem, NC, since 1990. I currently teach in the Department of Communication at Wake Forest University.
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