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American University in Dubai. Last year, he served as moderator of a faculty panel exploring new teaching and learning technologies held at the university. Brad also gave a presentation titled “Tech- nological Advancements in Education and How They Affect the Traditional Model” at the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations Conference in Cambridge, Mass. ANN MARIE PRZYWARA 45 CASTLEWOOD DRIVE SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866-5823 APRZYWAR@SKIDMORE.EDU


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welcomed baby son Jackson. Joe manages operations at the nonprofit REDF, which channels federal funding to connect dis- advantaged populations to employment. On the side, Joe recently wrote and recorded two records with his band Cazadero (cazadero.bandcamp.com). ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE SKIDMORE COLLEGE 815 N. BROADWAY SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866


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Edgerton, Wis., on September 21, 2013. Skiddies in attendance were Sara Pick, Moki Brown ’97, Max Meyers, and Christopher Atwater ’96. The celebration included a performance by Chicago soul- blues man Vance Kelly and Amos the double-leashed dog! Everyone had a great time.


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Published last year by University of Nevada Press, Don Water’s first novel, Sunland, has garnered praise from critics and fellow writers alike. Set in Tucson, Ariz., it is the offbeat tale of a man who finds himself funding the care of his beloved grandmother by smuggling her medications across U.S.-Mexican border. Don received the Iowa Short Fiction Award for his story collection, Desert Gothic, in 2007. His work has been anthologized in Pushcart Prize, Best of the West, and New Stories from the Southwest. He lives in Portland, Ore. MICHELE ROTHSTEIN 1030 HIGHLAND LAKE CIRCLE DECATUR, GA 30033-3457 MDROTHSTEIN@GMAIL.COM


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Fifteen years ago, many of us were wrapping up our last classes, send-


Joanna Sharp wed Brendan Brown at a beautiful gathering in


Joe Hayes lives in San Francisco with wife Kristen. They recently


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life after Skidmore. Now that we’ve seen the world, many of us just want to go back to the good old days. Remember Scrib ner Village, having the cooking and the dishes done for you at Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, wear- ing your pajamas all day, and studying with no demands other than that 500- word essay? Well, here is your chance to relive it all! Make your plans to return to campus May 29 to June 1 for our 15th reunion!


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the University of Southern California. On behalf of the class, I extend my con- dolences to the family of Judith Burke, a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies graduate who died on May 20, 2013. NANCY MAGNUS 9300 PRETORIA PLACE DULLES, VA 20189-9300 MAGNUSNANCY@GMAIL.COM


Thalia Anderen married Jeff Meyer on July 15, 2013, in a very small ceremony in Napa, Calif. After their honeymoon, Thalia left her job as clinical supervisor at Family Centers Inc., in Connecticut and moved to Calgary, Alberta, where she holds a similar position at Calgary Counseling Centre. Jeff works with WestJet Airlines. They’ve been enjoying settling into their new house and taking advantage of all Calgary has to offer. Thalia, who is picking up Canadian accent, looks forward to flying south for Reunion! Juhli Greene collaborated with another


artist to redesign the 50-year-old logo of the Temple Terrace Chamber of Com - merce in Temple Terrace, Fla. The new design was revealed at the chamber’s 50th annual awards and installation dinner last year. Juhli, who joined the chamber in 2012, received a certification of apprecia- tion for chairing the Young Elite Profes - sionals committee. Cynthia Zara Isaacson and husband Mark welcomed daughter Charlotte on June 16, 2013. She joins 2-year-old son Teddy. In strong Skidmore tradition, Charlotte attended her first horse race at Saratoga this past summer. Virginia Martin has been working as a Democratic election commissioner since 2008. She strives to keep elections in New York’s Columbia County safe, fair, and accurate and, despite the long hours involved, thoroughly enjoys having this kind of responsibility in the county she grew up in. Virginia loves living in his- toric Stottville. She holds a PhD from RPI. Jim O’Mahony and Amanda Larson welcomed twin daughters Whitney Claire and Phoebe Rae on June 28, 2013. The new arrivals join big sister Bianka. Nicky Sa-eun Schildkraut recently pub- lished a book of poetry, Magnetic Refrain, about her experiences as a Korean-Amer- ican adoptee and those of the larger Korean diaspora. She recently earned a PhD from


Carolina assisting in a company merger, I’m thankfully back telecommuting from Saratoga for what I hope to be a long while! I enjoyed a wonderful summer and racing season, during which I hosted Donna Bernstein-Racines, John Tenof - sky ’99, Julia Magendanz-Daley ’01, and Rob Daley ’99. Leah Dann and Daniel Marks ’98 wel- comed daughter Este Rose on June 29, 2013.


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Donna Bernstein-Racines and husband Andres welcomed baby Jacqueline Lucia on July 24, 2013. The family lives in Brooklyn and everyone is doing well! This past June, Brian C. Kelley pur- chased One Caroline Street Bistro in Saratoga Springs. The restaurant’s inti- mate ambience remains the same, but Brian added a farm-to-table menu and craft beer. He also co-founded a new start- up called Metristo (metristo.com), which helps restaurants monitor and manage their businesses remotely. Brian invests in and advises startups from his home in Palo Alto, Calif. Lena Ghaleb and Dan Haar welcomed


a son, Marcus, in March 2013. Colin Thompson and wife Victoria are delighted to announce the birth of daugh- ter Grace Rosina on August 11, 2013. Kate Sultan married Charles Vine in


July 2013 at a vineyard in Kent, England. Skidmore friends in attendance were Daryl Somma DiSalvo ’99, Dan DiSal - vo’98, Dan Fishman ’98, and Barb Crockett Anderson ’98. The happy cou- ple is enjoying wedded bliss in their home in Dulwich, London. Esther Goldschlager finished law school in the Midwest and is looking for- ward to life as an attorney. Abby Swormstedt King lives outside of Boston in Stoneham, Mass. She’s a princi- pal at a charter school in Lawrence. She and her husband welcomed their first child, Graham Joseph, in September 2013. Mariah Boyd-Boffa and husband Ulisses Ferreira welcomed their first child, Louisa James, on May 3, 2013. The proud mom proclaims, “Of all the billions of


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