Back in the 1980s when Richard Haake '87 was a Greenie, in addition to all the other festivities held during Alumni Weekend, he remembers a special tradition that took place throughout the night.
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Before the days of GPS navigation, Tom Curtis '81 was just another pizza delivery driver in search of tips.
Like the world at large, much has changed at Christ School in 50 years.
Everyone listened with rapt attention Wednesday as Kit White '69 described his experience as a Greenie. White is a New York artist and a retired college professor who taught for 21 years in Brooklyn.
Santa Claus comes early in Florence, S.C., every year. And he is a Greenie.
Living and working in Washington, D.C., is never boring with today's political climate. Then again, a 46-year career in journalism has taken Bob Reid '65 to some interesting places in interesting times.
Nearly 100 boys are already back for Early Sports. Lush grass fields are lined for practice and play. And the new Close-Krieger Athletic Center has been fully-operational for months now, offering indoor workout opportunities unlike any before at Christ School.
Yes, you could say it's a good time for Eric Thorp '01 to be taking over as Athletic Director for his alma mater. And you would get no argument from this Greenie.