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A Year in the Life
pirits ran high Nov.
festivities. In addition to
several reunion classes being
honored, there were featured
alumni performances by
ST Kimbrough ’58, and his
sister Mary Faith Kimbrough
Jackson ’58. There were also
an Alumni Tailgate Party,
Annual Awards Luncheon,
and, for the first time, decades
band parties—three of them.
And a football game, too:
more than 3,800 fans in
Panther Stadium cheered a
win over Millsaps College.
The 2011 Distinguished Alumni and
Outstanding Young Alumni awards,
given to graduates for their professional
achievements, contributions to society,
and support of the college, were
announced during Homecoming/
Reunion Weekend. Recipients were
left to right): Dr. Donald Kahn ’50 of
Birmingham, retired president of Cardiac
Surgery Associates and chairman of
Cardiac Surgery for Princeton Baptist
Medical Center; Mary Faith Kimbrough
Jackson ’58 of Birmingham, a longtime
teacher of art, music, choral music,
and English; and John Northrop ’72 of
Birmingham, who accepted the award
for David Allred ’71 of Edgewater, Md.,
retired principal deputy chief, U.S.
Department of Justice, Civil Rights
Division, Criminal Section.