Alumni Magazine Archive
In Issue 21 we are reading about life after the College and the exciting projects of Tsvetan Iliev ’06, memories from the pre-war years by Sava Savchev ’44, and reflections on what ACS is like today from Joana Nikolova, who recently joined the alumni community with the Class of 2019. We are revisiting their Commencement ceremony with Dena Popova’s ’06 address. We are remembering together Birgitta Cattelle and we are indirectly attending the huge ACS wedding of Krasi Tomov ’05 and Julia Masleva Tomova ’06. We find out what Kosta Karakashyan ’14 and Lora Beltcheva ’15 have been up to, as well as where ELL teacher (2015-17) Isabel Norwood is nowadays. Happy reading!
Issue 20, featuring interviews with pre-war alumna Tsvetana Beleva ’42, beloved Physics teacher Vanya Angelova, and inspiring student turned alumnus over summer Vladimir Gospodinov ’18, as well as the tale of our very own MakerSpace, at the foot of the renovated Ostrander Hall, and a very special class note by one of the coolest ACS former faculty members, Lindsay Moran
Issue 15 featuring the stories of surviving war veteran and alumnus Dobrin Georgiev '43, Geography teacher and professional photographer Colin Boyd Shafer, alumna Elena Stoycheva '00, busy preserving the beautiful culture and traditions of a depopulating village in the Rhodopes, and homework-defying juggling senior Angel Kozlev '16
Issue 13 features interviews with Nora Pencheva '05, leaving ACS President Dr. Paul K. Johnson and Mrs. Teresa Monicken, alumna Veronika Georgieva '98, senior Radosveta Gencheva '15, the valedictory address of Adelina Ivanova '15, as well as a former ACS teacher Kalinde Webb's Harry Potter fanfiction The Clarissa Black Effect.
Issue 12 features interviews with award-winning ACSer Kosyo Karchev '15 and ACS and Harvard alumna architect Zhanina Boyadzhieva '06, a collection of memories on recently passed beloved teacher Stoyan Karadjov, former teacher Patty Anderson's recollections on life in Bulgaria and a material on The BEST Foundation, an English speech and debate organization based in Bulgaria and run by Fulbright Grantees, among them ACS teachers Michael Deegan and Hannah Allen.