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ler live in Boston. They attended the wed- ding of Shelley Gross ’07 to Michael Pyers, with Francis Cammarano, Joshua Jones, Timothy Gates, Bleecker Wheeler, and Kaley Jacobs. ROBERT CAIAZZO 18 ROBESON STREET, APT. 2 JAMAICA PLAIN, MA 02130-2943 ROBERT.J.CAIAZZO.JR@GMAIL.COM


first child, Emma, on April 5. In North Carolina Sarah Berheide was named head coach of women’s lacrosse at Guilford College. She previously coached at Bard College, where she also served as an assistant athletics director, overseeing six club teams. She advanced the women’s lacrosse program from club to varsity sta- tus in 2010, and Bard improved from a one-win campaign in its inaugural season to a five-win season in 2012. Sarah also coached the Nor’easter Lacrosse Club for three seasons. She and Jonathan Lamphier were married September 1. ALEXANDRA RAVENER FEIGMAN 43 VALENTINE AVENUE GLEN COVE, NY 11542-4127 AFEIGMAN@GMAIL.COM


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Van Leeuwen, won a small-business award of $250,000 from Chase and Living Social. Nearly 70,000 businesses partici- pated, and 3.1 million consumers voted. Launched in 2008, Ben’s company now has six trucks and three stores around Brooklyn and Manhattan serving house- made ice creams, Toby’s Estate Coffee, and fresh pastries from the Van Leeuwen Arti - san Bakery. MEREDITH FREED 6 PARKVIEW ROAD HAMDEN, CT 06514-2920 FREED.MEREDITH@GMAIL.COM


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Sara Eddison says she is “kicking off the hol- iday season at Phar - maca, an integrative pharmacy, using my passion for holis tic nutrition to help folks feel better!” She offers a flu season tip: “Elderberry syrup breaks down cellular walls of viruses in the body—great to take if sick or to beat it before it gets bad!” This fall photographer Eric Jenks (ejenks


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In Oakland, CA, nutritionist


Brooklyn-based Van Leeuwen Arti - san Ice Cream, founded by Ben


Brian Cugell ’04 and Morgan Cad well Cugell welcomed their


on Facebook) was in a group exhibition at True Elegance Boutique in Balls ton Spa, NY.


Matthew Mitchell teaches at the North Country School in Lake Placid, NY. KELLY GENOIS KGENOIS@GMAIL.COM


hiking with her dog, biking, rafting, and skiing. She says, “If you’re out this way, shoot me an e-mail!” (charlottelhale@ gmail.com). At the Media Access Awards in October,


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actor Zack Weinstein received the Chris - topher and Dana Reeve Foundation Act - ing Scholarship. The annual event honors those who promote accessibility, aware- ness of the disability experience, and the accurate depiction of characters with dis- abilities. The foundation VP said of Zack, “Not only is he a deeply talented actor and singer but, like Christopher Reeve, he possesses the discipline and drive of a true thespian while simultaneously harnessing his role as an ambassador of the paralysis community.” Zack, a dedicated actor long before breaking his neck at the age of 19, has appeared on Glee, NCIS, and Criminal Minds. He is also a motivational speaker who observes: “It doesn’t require a life- altering experience to alter your life.” Courtney Mattison has moved her stu- dio to Denver, CO. Her big new project is Our Changing Seas: An Atlantic and Carib - bean Coral Reef Story. She’s creating a new rendition of Our Changing Seas for the lobby of the Nova Southeastern Univer - sity Oceanographic Center’s new Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems. Watch her progress at coralliadesign.com. SHANNON HASSETT SHANNON.HASSETT@GMAIL.COM


She has been going part-time to Samford University and working as a medical of - fice assistant for the last two years. In August she moved to Miami, FL, and started a master’s program in architecture at the University of Miami. Carly Goldstein is at Kent State Univer -


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sity, where she is a third-year doctoral stu- dent in clinical psychology with concen- trations in health psychology and neuro - psychology. She enjoys being a group thera pist at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Traumatic Stress, an individ- ual therapist at Kent State’s psychological clinic, and a member of the psych consult and liaison team at Akron City Hospital.


After graduation Brenna Johnson moved back to Birmingham, AL.


Charlotte Hale is a therapist in Jackson Hole, WY, where she loves


She also teaches multicultural psychology to undergrads; she enjoys infusing her classes with activities she completed at Skidmore. Most of all, she enjoys keeping in touch with friends Katherine Sommer, Shannon Thompson, and the fabulous ladies of 5DaytonF, including the newly engaged Brianna Pollock! Alysia Hildebrandt moved to Salt Lake


City, UT, in July and started a new job as a genetic counselor for the Department of Veterans Affairs in August. Her team works to develop the new Genomic Medi - cine Service, which provides genetic coun- seling via telehealth to veterans all over the country. Sarah Gomer moved to Chicago and started an MA program in the history of religion at the University of Chicago Divinity School. Rob Morlino works at McGaw Graphics,


an art publishing company in Vermont. He is looking at applying to grad schools for international affairs. Emily Goldman lives on the Lower East


Side of Manhattan. She was recently pro- moted to client services manager at digital advertising company AdoTube. She’s also a contributing writer on a food recommen- dation site, Eatery Expert, discussing the wine world of NYC. When she’s not creat- ing ads or drinking wine “for re search,” she’s exploring NYC or running into fel- low alums pretty much on a daily basis. Elana Jacobs and Emily Sferra ’09 spent much of 2012 forming a Seattle- based performance company. CabinFever uses homes as its venue and families as its impetus for creation, transforming houses into living art spaces that showcase per- formances based on the stories of the fam ily and architecture of the home. The company’s dance, music, art, and theater are created under the artistic direction of Elana. Dance majors Elana and Emily re elated to be pursuing art in the Pacific Northwest. For more, see cabinfeverlive art.tumblr.com or facebook.com/Cabin FeverLiveArt?fref=ts., or e-mail elana@ cabinfeverliveart.com or emily@cabin feverliveart.com. Kate MacAllister is putting her theater major to good use at the Katz Company, a NYC talent management firm. Clients range from TV-series regulars to Broadway stars to downtown cabaret favorites. Kate loves the unique roster and communicat- ing with clients. She’s also a volunteer alumni admissions contact, conducting interviews with future SkidKids. Keith Petri and Tara Johnson live together in NYC with their adorable English bulldog Grace, who has a large


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