Our community spirit has never been stronger, locally and globally.
In putting together this issue, I’m particularly struck by that common thread of relationship. Binding all these words and images together are the relationships that make up the lives of Aiglonians past and present. Many have never met, and yet I hope each member of our community can see something of themselves within the portraits painted here.
On page 28, for instance, we trace the thread of our school’s educational philosophy from Kurt Hahn and John Corlette through to the present day, looking at the people who shaped our ethos and heritage, while on page 22 we feature Aiglonian couples who have tied the knot.
Our piece on the Mountain Marathon, on page 16, highlights the very best of the Aiglonian spirit, and community is also at the heart of our feature on eating together on page 34 – no matter when you experienced your time at Aiglon, we hope the shared meal speaks to you.
Finally, in what’s become one of my favourite slots, Recreation on page 44 provides a fun look at Aiglonians in bands across the years.
I hope you enjoy these and all the other features in this issue, and I look forward to hearing from you at [email protected]
Editor, Aiglon Magazine