June 15, 2022 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

The Spring 2022 issue of King’s Herald magazine focuses on King’s alumni who are using their talents and skills for creative pursuits, including books, theatre and music. This issue includes these feature articles:

  • Father Herman Falke '57 and Mike Walsh '64 met more than 50 years after graduating from King's and came together to publish Father Falke's latest art book.
  • Rebecca Brown BSW '86 shares how her social work degree and thinking outside the box led to new opportunities, including publishing her new book Shelter from our Secrets, Silence & Shame: How Our Stories Can Keep Us Stuck or Set Us Free.
  • Matthew Scholtz '69 dedicates his time to repairing and restoring books, and recently gained media attention for his work on a first edition copy of The Wizard of Oz.
  • Musician, writer, and educator Sam Boer '17 is on a creative journey, and his talents are taking him on "adventures with folk music" across Canada and Europe.

The issue also includes alumni and campus news, foundation updates and an update by alumnus Fred Stoneman '75 on the King of Kings NHL hockey playoff draft, which began in 1972 and is now celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Published twice a year, King’s Herald highlights achievements of alumni and friends of King’s as well as sharing campus news and milestones. Currently, over 15,000 copies of King’s Herald are mailed to alumni and friends of King’s across Canada and worldwide.

To learn more about King’s Herald and see the current and past issues, please visit https://www.kings.uwo.ca/alumni/stay-informed/kings-herald/. You can request a hard copy by emailing alumni@kings.uwo.ca.