The model for learning at Watkinson taught me the autonomy of my own journey. There was no cookie-cutter course to help me prepare for a career or future that requires sound decision-making.
1958–1989 Allan Burns ’58 chopped “busy” from his vocabulary on the day he retired, 11/05/2006. He has been happily lazy ever since, especially after quickly realizing that he could live a simple, single life quite comfortably. He relocated 5 years ago from a 40 year sojourn in Southern California to Hampton Beach, NH, where he […]
1950–1979 Albert Williams-Myers ’58, professor emeritus of Black Studies at SUNY New Paltz, will be honored on May 4, 2019 at the Dr. AJ Williams-Myers African Roots Library. You can read more about the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/980720835472480/ Michael Brown ’63 is happily retired in Arizona and winding down his involvement with a consulting group, which works […]
Watkinson’s mission resonates in her work as a nurse, says one alum. “I must shape my patients’ world and experience to match their wishes.”
Reunion 2018 was a night to remember! It was a beautiful evening celebrating Watkinson alumni. Three alumni were honored this year: Hope Lipp Hall ’88 won the Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award, and Chris Brooke ’90 and Johann Smith ’05 were both inducted into Watkinson’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Hope Lipp Hall ’88 Hope is a […]
1960–1989 Charles Margolis ’65 published P.S. Poems and Short Stories, a memoir inspired by his brother Dave. David Margolis was a legendary figure within the Department of Justice. For many years, he served as Deputy Associate Attorney General. Dave was known as “Yoda” — as in Star Wars — because he was the person everyone […]