Class Notes - Fall 2019
Class of 1969
John Domini '69 published his fourth novel, The Color Inside a Melon, it completes a loose trilogy that began with Earthquake ID. Set in Naples, Italy, a view of turmoil inside and out, The Color Inside a Melon explores race and class, belonging and exclusion in one of the world’s ancient cities. John delivers an unforgettable portrait of humanity’s endless struggle between moving on and making a home. He is currently on a national book tour showcasing this latest addition. To learn more about The Color Inside a Melon and his other books, visit here.
Morgan Betts ‘47, of Avon, CT, November 2017
We were saddened to hear of the passing of Eunice Grover, on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. She was a beloved member of the Wooster community, and wife of Joe, himself a Wooster faculty member for over forty years. To quote Tom Coburn '61, we are grateful to have had "her sparkling, spunky, generous self" touch so many lives in our school family over so many years. Eunice was 96 years young. Our condolences go out to the Grover family and friends.
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