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Pete Buttigieg Holds His Own On NPR →  February 13, 2018 0

Wait…wait….Peter vs. Pete NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me taped from South Bend, IN this weekend. While there, host Peter Sagal grilled distinguished Pembroke Alumnus Pete Buttigieg—and not surprisingly the nation’s youngest mayor did more than hold his own. You can listen to Peter vs. Pete here Or just cut and paste this into your browser–https://www.npr.org/2018/02/10/584624648/not-my-job-we-quiz-the-mayor-of-south-bend-ind-about-north-bend-wash Fortunately […]

As A Writer and Athlete, Stuart Stevens Fears Nothing →  July 29, 2016 0

Novelist, screenwriter, extreme sports enthusiast, renowned Republican political consultant, and epicure Stuart Stevens ’72 is out with a timely new book, “The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear” (Random House), a dark comedy about an American presidential campaign involving a Trump-like character and set in a contested Republican convention. “I started the book before the (2012) […]

Walter Isaacson ’74 Wins Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism →  March 9, 2016 0

Walter Isaacson, ’74, received the prestigious Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism on March 3 in a ceremony at the Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Walter is a former chairman and CEO of CNN, former editor of TIME, current president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, author […]

Emeritus Fellow Zbigniew Pelczyskli Celebrates 90th Birthday →  February 26, 2016 0

  Pembroke College Emeritus Fellow Zbigniew “Zbyszek” Pelczynski OBE celebrated his 90th birthday at a black-tie dinner hosted by Master Lynne Brindley in College on December 4. Pelczynski, Pembroke’s storied politics professor from 1957 to 1992, was tutor to scores of Americans, including former president Bill Clinton.                 […]

Isaacson On…The Innovators →  October 24, 2014 0

Our own prolific – and prodigious – Walter Isaacson ’74 is out with a great new book. The Innovators, something of a sequel to his best-selling biography of Steve Jobs, is the fascinating story of the people who created the computer and the Internet, or as Walter puts it in his subtitle, “how a group […]

Terry Slesinski-Wykowski ’82 profiled in Oxford Today →  October 22, 2014 0

Terry Slesinski-Wykowski ’82, was recently profiled in the Trinity 2014 issue of Oxford Today. Terry, who recently became a trustee of the Pembroke College Foundation, Inc., lives in Houston, TX, where she is a principal of the Oxford Consulting Group, a management consultancy, and is the Chair of the Houston Oxford Society.   To read Terry’s profile click on […]

Jimmy Fallon’s LIVE Montauk Collaboration w/ One of Our North Am. Pembrokians ’91 →  May 26, 2014 0

Jimmy Fallon crashed the stage at the Montauk Music Festival last weekend to sing a song with North American Pembrokian, David Cavalier ’91. When not leading a cutting-edge biotech firm and various charitable pursuits, Mr. Cavalier plays lead guitar for the rock band, the East End All Stars. Here’s a video of the collaboration with Mr. […]