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CL AS S NO TE S ’95 ’96


KEIRNAN CONROY KLOSEK 235 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON, MA 02461 617-461-6643 KCKLOSEK@AOL.COM


Brad Moody, UWW, is associ-


ate professor of digital media at the American University in Dubai. His artwork employs pho- tography, animation, Web, interactive installation, and video. Brad holds an MFA in electronic arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the title of Apple Distinguished Educator in the Middle East and the United States. ANN MARIE PRZYWARA 45 CASTLEWOOD DRIVE SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-5823 APRZYWAR@SKIDMORE.EDU


JUNE 2–5 ’97


After graduating as a studio art major, Katie Price Webster at - tended the New England Culinary Insti - tute. She now combines her knowledge as a chef and artist in her work as a food stylist, recipe developer, and food blogger. Her work is featured in Eating Well maga- zine and accessible on her blog at katie - web ster.com. ALLISON GRAY COSTA 427 GEORGETOWN AVENUE VENTURA, CA 93003-2123 805-639-0688 ALLISONCOS@GMAIL.COM


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Gwen Zale Marsh and husband Rob have a daughter, Sydney, 2.


At least once a year, Gwen gets together for a long weekend with Meghan Smith McPhail, Becca Rozell Murray, Graeme Campbell O’Brian, Kristyn Glass Small - combe, and Sarah Tucker. This past year Susan Danielson was also able to join crew. It is great excuse to get away and enjoy old friends! Makenzi Evangelist married Jason Hughes on May 29. She is completing her hematology and oncology fellowship in Memphis, TN, and in July will return to Albany, NY, to work for New York Oncol - ogy Hematology. Stephanie Ehrman Beitel and husband Mark celebrated the second birthday of “adorable” daughter Chloe in January. The Beitels enjoy spending time with Leslie Worsley Chang and Stacy Mill - man Saabye and their families. Kerry Dobbins is thrilled to have started


her first year as assistant professor of his- tory at McPherson College in Kansas. Jonathan Spiegel is working in com-


mercial real estate lending at Morgan Stanley in NYC. MICHELE ROTHSTEIN 1030 HIGHLAND LAKE CIRCLE DECATUR, GA 30033 MDROTHSTEIN@GMAIL.COM


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Brooke Miller received a five- year, $1 million grant from the


Na tional Institutes of Health for research into the role of microRNAs, which affect gene regulation, in mental health and ill- ness. She was one of just 20 postdocs to receive such a grant. She and her col- leagues at Scripps Research Institute in Florida are using the grant to study brain development in adolescent mice. They are partnering with Pfizer pharmaceutical researchers and a University of Miami molecular-therapeutics institute. Brooke hopes studies like this will lead to better medications for schizophrenia and depres- sion. She plans to continue her re search at Scripps for another two years and then establish a laboratory of her own. Mariel Walls Bentley and her husband welcomed daughter Ellie on July 7. Ellie joins brother Ryan, 3. Melinda Ulmer Prills and Aaron Prills welcomed son Christopher on October 30. The family is doing well. Allison Prouty’s production company Second Bolt (secondbolt.com) had a fan- tastic first year! Her clients include V-Day, Electric Zoo Music Festival, World Science Festival, and On Location Tours. Allison is proud to serve as coproducer on the film Ready to Fly, coming out later this year. It documents the efforts of Lindsey Van and other female athletes to show the US Olym pic Committee that women can compete on the Olympic level in ski- jumping.


In Beijing, China, Yang Wang is execu- tive VP of a venture capital–backed start- up focusing on the wireless Internet media industry. He welcomed son Isaac on March 7, 2010. Yang reports he is doing well, en - joying life, and keeping in touch with classmates through Facebook and visits to the US.


Anne Watters married Eric Westpheling in Atlanta, GA, on October 23. The wed- ding party included Sarah Kemmerer Cip - perly and Richie Kern ’00. Berna dette McHugh ’00 was also in attendance. Anne recently started a new job at Ran - dom House, working in business develop- ment for the social publishing site Scribd. Suzy Obuck works at Greenwich House


pottery, a 100-year-old institution that promotes the teaching of ceramic arts in NYC. She also creates her own pottery. NANCY MAGNUS 8328 GEORGETOWN PIKE MCLEAN, VA 22102 MAGNUSNANCY@HOTMAIL.COM


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Tanner House Benson and hus- band Andrew welcomed son Sumner on November 27. Tanner is a practicing psychologist at Albert Einstein Medical Center and at a community resi- dential rehabilitation facility. Emmy Cotton Parks (swimmmore00 @yahoo.com) and husband Robert wel- comed daughter Annie on March 30, 2010. She joins older brother Will. The family lives in Sudbury, MA. Melissa Prince returned from a four- month trip that included a medical mis- sion in Kathmandu, Nepal. While there, she trekked through the Annapurna region of the Himalayas for a week. She lives in Venice, CA, and is a nurse practi- tioner in forensic medicine at UCLA. Rebecca Masferrer Lally and husband Benjamin welcomed daughter Violet on September 21; she joins sister Sophia. Rebecca and her husband are both teach- ers in the Boston area. Laura Burnes, husband Aaron Pikcil -


ingis, and their daughter Eloise moved to Belmont, MA, two towns away from their former home in Medford. Aaron contin- ues his work on a Web-based social advo- cacy project at Children’s Hospital of Bos - ton. After 10 years at a full-service resi- dential architecture firm, Laura has set out on her own as a consultant and inte- rior designer with her new firm LB Cus - tom Projects. ESTHER GOLDSCHLAGER 100 JOHN STREET, APT. 1910 NEW YORK, NY 10038 ESTHER.GOLDSCHLAGER@GMAIL.COM


husband welcomed daughter Chloe on June 16, 2010. Singer Sinem Varoglu (professional name Sinem Saniye) was in -


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