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tended. On May 5, Andy guest-conducted the Skidmore Alma Mater. He and Chris - topher were singing, and Nicole was in the audience. During the reception, Andy reports, “Chris and I had the Skidmore pennant out, and Cindy Lawlor ’80 came up and introduced herself to us as an En - glish major. It was a great night, and all of us loved reminiscing about Skidmore!” In Pittsburgh, PA, Dan Byers was ap - pointed Richard Armstrong Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Car - negie Museum of Art. (Armstrong served as Carnegie director from 1996 to 2008.) With curatorial training from Bard Col - lege, Dan worked at the Walker Art Cen - ter in Minneapolis, MN, and has been at the Carnegie for three years, with curator- ial credits that include two US firsts— shows of Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartan - sson and Irish artist Cathy Wilke—and also the Carnegie’s portion of the Pitts - burgh Biennial. He is co-curating the 2013 Carnegie International. Jennifer Sheffield is a volunteer co-cap-

tain of the Waldwick (NJ) Community Emergency Response Team. The team was recently awarded a Disaster Response Util - ity Trailer, along with a $1,000 grant, as part of a statewide strategic deployment to 15 communities, at a ceremony at the New Jersey State Police Division Head - quarters. The CERT program falls under the nationwide Citizen Corps initiative, and Waldwick submitted more than 400 volunteer hours in the required one-year period to earn this honor. ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866

to the family last November. The trio lives in Brooklyn, where Steve is an edu- cation consultant and Julie is completing postdoc work in clinical psychology. The Kup fers were looking forward to introduc- ing Cole to Saratoga for his first trip this summer. JACQUELINE VERNARELLI 1909 N. OAK LANE STATE COLLEGE, PA 16803-1316 JVERNARELLI@GMAIL.COM


MA. Erin DeCou and Lindsey Fyfe were bridesmaids. Jill Hanson was also in at - tendance. The couple honeymooned in Mexico, exploring Mayan ruins, and then settled in Hatfield, MA. Since moving to


Julia Terrio married Seth Frisby on October 8, 2011, in Chatham,

Julie Shulman Kupfer and hus- band Steve welcomed son Cole

western Massachusetts in 2006, Julia has worked for Disney Publishing and Hasbro Games. She is currently the design coordi- nator at Yankee Candle Co. Drew Dubno and Jessica Seeman were married on Martha’s Vineyard on August 27, 2011. Among the wedding party were Abby Rogers, Jared Goldsmith, and Seth Seeman ’13. Kevin Wozniak received a PhD in jus-

tice, law, and society from American Uni - versity in Washington, DC. This year, he will work in the US Congress as a policy fellow of the American Political Science Association. Then he’ll join the sociology faculty at UMass-Boston to research the politics of criminal justice and immigra- tion policy. He and his partner, Aaron, look forward to returning to the North - east and joining the many Skidmore alumni in Boston. Faith Towers recently launched her own graphic design company (faithtowers - that specializes in logos and business cards. She also offers wedding and event services including photogra- phy, invitations, and logo development. Stephanie Drahan has been in Wash - ington, DC, for the past three years, work- ing for nonprofits in both policy and communications roles. She is currently the senior new-media manager for the League of Women Voters, overseeing its online communications and social media. She also volunteers with and fundraises


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for the D.C. Abortion Fund to help low- income women. Kathryn Wenzel recently joined the family printing business, imageResolu - tions, after spending five years in public accounting. In June she married Justin Shepard on an organic farm in Pomfret, CT; Serena Houle ’06 was a bridesmaid. Kathryn is excited to be building a house in Hanover, MA. Max Poppel and Dan Rose are celebrat-

ing the first anniversary of their business, the Crash Pad: An Uncommon Hostel, in Chattanooga, TN. Their mission is to build Chattanooga as an outdoor destina- tion by providing a base camp and com- munity hub for adventurous travelers. Since opening in June 2011, they’ve been met with stronger occupancy than antici- pated. They’re about to break ground on adding a bar/restaurant to the property. Willa Fung Moore graduated from a pediatrics residency and was excited to move to Atlanta, GA, as a general pedia- trician. She joins her husband, who is doing a neurosurgery residency at Emory University. After seven years in the Boston area and

two years as an EMT, Emma Staatz relo- cated to Philadelphia to join Penn’s post- bac pre-med program, with the intention of applying to medical schools in 2014. In January she was proud to be in the wed- ding of good friends Rebecca Balder and Dan Pratt, with many Skiddies in atten- dance. She was excited about this sum- mer’s wedding of Lora Moore ’06 to Dave Hardy. Emma ( would love to connect to any Skiddies in the Philly area. Jeff Blankstein married Laura Olstad

’07 in Napa, CA, on June 2. Alums in attendance included: Dana Martin, Tracy Murrin-vonEbers, Michael Grazewski, Matt Waldenberg, Shane Minte ’10, Erica Kushnir ’07, Patrick Dimon ’04, Emily English ’07, Corryn Carey ’07, Natasha Stefanik ’07, Coleman Bello, Roland Kielman ’09, Matt Subilia, Mia Fedel ’06, Lisa Kranz ’06, Dyllan Beck, and Rachel Eisenhauer ’08. ROBERT CAIAZZO 18 ROBESON STREET, APT. 2 JAMAICA PLAIN, MA 02130-2943 ROBERT.J.CAIAZZO.JR@GMAIL.COM

ien, CT. The graduating fifth-grade class pooled their money to commission it and donated it in memory of their principal who retired last year. Michael says, “I’d never met her, but everyone speaks about

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Michael Kramer painted a mural at an elementary school in Dar -

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