Class of 2008

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Nov, 2018

Brian Christian ’06 married Rose Linke on Aug. 26 in Piedmont, Calif. In attendance were Robin Averbeck ’06, Liat Berdugo ’08, Alex Collins-Shotwell ’06, Andrew Evans ’09, Joshua Finn ’07, Elizabeth Forsyth ’06, Leora Fridman ’07, Graff Haley ’06, Melissa Riess James ’06, Henry Kaplan ’06, Raphael Lee ’06, Blair Nelsen Prata ’06, Alicia Ridenour ’06, Felicity Rose ’06, Stefanie Simons ’06, and Shawn Wen ’10.

Nov, 2018
Wrap It Up
Our 12th annual holiday gift guide. Read More
Sep, 2018
Grassroots
Kira Ganga Kieffer ’08 and husband Aaron Eisman ’08 launch YouLobby.org Read More
Sep, 2018
Digital Democracy
Youlobby.org makes engaged citizenship easier. Read More
May, 2018

Julia Winter and her husband, Ben, announce the Feb. 10  birth of their son, Samuel Franklin Winter, in Louisville, Ky., where Julia is a third-year dental student and Ben works in management at a dental company. Sam joins big sister Louise and looks forward to his first trip to Providence.

May, 2018

Andrés Acebo became  a partner on Jan. 22, at the New Jersey law firm DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin LLP.

 

Apr, 2018

Alisha Lakhani ’14 MD and Nilay Patel ’12 MD announce their Oct. 7 wedding in Newport, R.I. Alisha is a first-year rheumatology fellow at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, Mass, and Nilay is a chief medical resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Nilay will complete his cardiology fellowship at MGH in 2019. More than 50 Brown and Brown medicine alums were in attendance at the celebration.

Apr, 2018

Ryan Richards and Emily Yahr were married on Sept. 9. They write that it was “a memorable Vermont ceremony and celebration filled with love, laughter, chair-lifting, hammerschlagen, a full wedding conga line, and multiple generations of Brown alums on both sides of the aisle, including Rick Damon ’81 AM, Brad Hessel ’75, Robb Hughes ’08, Leon Jalbert ’69, Bruce Richards ’69, Aly Richards ’08, Celeste Riendeau ’08, Aaron Yahr ’05, and Barron Youngsmith.”

Jan, 2018

Bob Frantz and Brittany Prescott celebrated their wedding day on July 22 with several fellow Brown grads, including Eric Beck; Isaac Belfer; Kevin Burns; Lea Mouallem Desrosiers; Jon Gell ’72, ’75 MMSc, ’75 MD; Keith Hankins; Evan Kantor; Nat Seelen; Amy Seibel ’09; and Jeremy Welland.

Jan, 2018

Jonathan Guyer is a journalist focused on the politics of art and literature in the Middle East. For the past five years he has researched Arabic comics in Egypt, interviewing scores of artists and translating hundreds of cartoons from Arabic. He is also a contributing editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs, a policy journal published by the American University in Cairo. At the Radcliffe Institute, he is writing a book on the new wave of comic art that has electrified the Middle East and North Africa over the past decade. He has written for Guernica, Harper’s, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Le Monde diplomatique, the New Yorker, the New York Times, NYR Daily, the Paris Review, and Rolling Stone and is also a regular contributor to Public Radio International’s The World. In 2015, he wrote widely about the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris,
including a cover story for Nieman Reports, which was recognized by the Society for Features Journalism.

Jan, 2018

Alana Jacoby and Sam Kusnetz ’02 were married on Oct. 28. The two Production Workshop board alums staged the production at the Owl’s Hoot Barn in Coxsackie, N.Y. Stephanie Buss was a bridesmaid, and Joe Blodgett ’03 led the kazoo chorus. Alumni guests included Matthew Gelfand, Jarrod Green ’02, Jacob Johnson, Anna Kentros ’09, Josh Loh ’03, Tracy Hadden Loh ’04, Drew Madden ’10, Hannah Perrin, Alex Rosenthal, Lauren Rubenzahl ’03, Gayle MacDonald Shanley ’04, Patrick Sheehan ’06, John Sheehy ’07, Justin Spiegel, Matt Steinberg ’19, and Lieva Whitbeck ’06, and the pirates of ARRR!!!, Brown’s piratethemed a cappella group, cofounded by the groom in 1999 and captained by the bride in 2007, raided the cocktail hour. The wedding was photographed by Eileen Meny ’07.

Jan, 2018

Stacy Gugliotta Poli and Christopher Poli ’08 were married on June 24 in Boston. Many Brown alumni were in attendance, including an appearance by Bruno. The wedding party included: Sean Hurley ’08, Cameron Stewart Leax, Molly Meadows, Bailey O’Donnell, Tracy Dungo Porges, Jeff Prough ’08, David Robertson ’08, Dan Rosen ’10, and Rugo Santini ’06. Also of note, Carolan Norris, senior associate director of athletics, who coached Stacy in field hockey at Brown, attended the wedding. The couple live in Belmont, Mass., with their rescue German Shepherd mix, Hank.

Jan, 2018

Tom and Lynn Graham Goldberg of Westport, Conn., announce the July 29 wedding of their son Mark ’07 to Chrissie Koningiser ’07 in Chittenden, Vt. Mark’s twin brother, Dan Goldberg ’07, was best man, and Dan’s wife, Madelyn Morris ’08, was in the wedding party. Their daughter, Carolyn Goldberg Butler ’05, did a reading at the ceremony. Mark and Chrissie’s classmate, Liz Bird, became a Life Minister for the day and officiated to marry them on a field overlooking the mountains. Many other Brown alums attended, including Ben Aronson ’07, Lydia Dworetzky ’07, Caitlin Fox ’07, Mike Hammond ’08, Jon Hillman ’09, Kathleen Loughlin ’07, Jimmy Lowe ’08, John Nagler ’07 Dan Neff ’74, Nancy Fuld Neff, Matt Newcomb, Elise Meyer, Dan Petrie, Jilane Rodgers Petrie ’06, Drew Rifkin ’07, Sophie Waskow Rifkin ’07, Ryan Shewcraft  07, Jackson Shulman ’07, Kevin Sieff ’07, and David Wishnick ’07.

Jan, 2018
Big League
Can Hayley Moore ’08 succeed in bringing fans to support a professional women's ice hockey league? Read More


From the November/December 2017 Issue

 

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Robb Hughes and Samantha Set were married on July 15 at the Historic Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee. Harry Houghton officiated the ceremony and was the DJ at the reception. Bridesmaids included Debbie Brooks ’12 MD, Stephanie Carmack, and Christine Chen ’12 MD, and Leah Segal was there in spirit. Groomsmen were Casey Bohlen, John Cox and Adam Emrich ’09 ScM. Also in attendance were Eliza Congdon, Sophie Epstein, Mike Huang ’09 ScM, Natalie Moroz Karagodsky, Jake Moore, Aly Richards, Ryan Richards ’06, Celeste Riendeau, Patrick Strotman, and Kenji Tagaya.

Alec Pinkham ’09 ScM (see Jean Trescott Lambert ’68).

From the September/October 2017 Issue

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Taryn Martinez ’12 AM and James Hoehlein were married on June 23 at Blithewold in Bristol, R.I. Having met while undergraduates at Brown, they have fond memories of Rhode Island and its beauty. Friends from Brown in the wedding were Maysa Jarudi, Matthew Lent, AnneMarie MacPherson, Austin Ranz, Sonia Saraiya, and Hiro Tanaka. Brunonians in attendance included Rachel Cronin ’17 MAT, Sarah Lester, Benjamin Leubsdorf, Jennifer Magalong, Robert McCartney, Pamela Pelizzari, Anthony Roggio, and Michael Spertus. Taryn and Jimmy write: “We were so excited to share this special day with our family and friends, especially our friends from Brown, who killed it on the dance floor.”

From the July/August 2017 Issue

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From the May/June 2017 Issue

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From the January/February 2017 Issue

Nathaniel Bowling writes: “On Sept. 20 family and friends gathered in Providence for Jason Henry Portenoy’s coronation as “King of the Day.” In attendance were Thalia Beaty, Nathaniel Bowling, Daniel Nelson Dodson, Anthony Johnson, Matthew Novick, William Andrew Parker, and Lenson Pellouchoud.”

Lacey Drucker and Alexander Clifford ’06 were married on Aug. 13 in Woodstock, Vt. Lacey is a communications manager at Anheuser-Busch, and Alexander is a customer manager at Fundera, a financial technology start-up. The couple lives in Brooklyn with their three cats. In attendance were Matthew Bauman ’10, Guy Bloembergen ’09, Katherine Cooper ’09, Ross Cowan ’07, James Flynn ’11, Jessica Goldschmidt ’10, Charlotte Graham ’07, Elizabeth Hang, Dan Hernandez ’06, Allison Horton ’10, Elizabeth Inglese, Eileen Meny ’07, Elliot B. Quick ’07, James Rutherford ’07, Benji Samit ’06, Sophia Shackleton ’09, Daniel Sobol ’09, and Anne Troup ’07.

Dan Lawlor writes: “After working as a classroom teacher for several years in Fall River, Massachusetts (and occasional political work in beloved Rhode Island), I’ve transitioned to fund-raising for Super Stars Literacy, an early-childhood literacy program serving more than 1,000 students and families in the Oakland, California, area. When a child learns to read, that child has the power to transform the future. The Bay Area is misty, beautiful, and breathtaking—and there are thousands of kids who deserve the supports required to really access the broader opportunities in the region. If you’re in town, let’s get coffee and talk about how to change the world.”

From the November/December 2016 Issue 

Andrés Acebo and his wife, Janice, announce the July 8 birth of their second child, Luke Matthew Acebo.

Alex Pinkham  (see Virginia Macmillan Trescott ’38).

Zac Townsend was named the inaugural chief data officer at the California Government Operations Agency. Zac has been a product management lead at Gusto since 2016 and previously worked as director of product management at Silicon Valley Bank, and as cofounder and head of product at Standard Treasury.

From the September/October 2016 Issue 

Elana Goldberg Schrank and her husband, Seth, announce the March arrival of their daughter, Mira Judy Schrank. Elana writes: “Rob Goldberg ’81 is one of the ‘kvelling’ grandparents.” Elana, Seth, and Mira live in Northbrook, Ill., where Elana and Seth both work in business consulting.

From the July/August 2016 Issue 

Flynn Berry’s novel, Under the Harrow, was published in June by Penguin. She writes: “My professors at Brown were tremendous and I’m so grateful to them (especially Carole Maso and Joanna Howard).” 

From the May/June 2016 Issue 

Jay Levin ’12 MD and his wife, Michal, announce the Feb. 26 birth of Joseph Ganz Levin. Jay writes: “Mom, dad, and baby are all doing well. Joey can’t wait for his first Brown Commencement parade celebration.”

Conor Reardon will serve as a law clerk to the Honorable John G. Roberts Jr., Chief Justice of the United States, during the October 2016 term.

From the March/April 2016 Issue 

Jennifer Caraberis (see George Caraberis ’77).

Blythe Crane married Matthew Fallon (Dartmouth ’05) on Oct. 31 at the Madison Club in Madison, Wisc. The wedding party included Benjamin Brown ’12 MD, Hannah Copperman, brother of the groom Peter Fallon ’11, Brown women’s golf coach Danielle Griffiths, Christine Livoti ’09 ScM, Michael and Monica Skeldon McBride ’06, Howard Pollack ’75, James Ryan ’79, Emily Washington ’06, and Lawren Wellisch ’12 MD. Blythe and Matt met in Charlottesville, Va., while attending the Univ. of Virginia Darden School of Business. 

From the January/February 2016 Issue

Jessica Gorkin and Jacob Albertson ’05 were married in Lenox, Mass., on June 14. The brother of the groom, Joshua Albertson ’96, and the parents of the bride, Janet Uscher Gorkin ’69 and Brett Gorkin ’69, were present. Other alumni guests included Spencer Amdur; Roxana Arvanaghi; Stephen Colelli; Carey Deganaro; Kate Dumouchel ’05, ’09 ScM; Cara Farber; Mariano Fernandez ’91; Susannah Gilbert; Teddy Goldsmith ’05; Peter Hainer ’69; Sean Kellem ’05; Christine Livoti ’09 ScM; Elizabeth Loerke; Michaela Seadale Moriarty; Catherine Pearson; Stephen Pepe ’05; Ariana Raufi ’09, ’14 MD; David Richardson Jr.; Cara Sandberg ’05; Benjamin Wiseman ’05; and Joseph Woffard ’05. 

From the November/December 2015 Issue

Sara Epstein and Adam Lewin ’09 were married on May 24 in San Francisco. The wedding party included the father of the bride, Robert Epstein ’66; the best man and groom’s brother, Eric Lewin ’12; the bride’s brother, Daniel Epstein ’00; the maid of honor and bride’s sister, Laura Epstein Flink ’04; and her husband, David Flink ’02. In addition to Meeting Street Cafe cookies shipped in for the occasion, many alumni attended, including Renee Ahlers ’09, Stephen Alerhand, Steven Beckoff, Daniel Block ’10, Anya Rothstein Cohen ’09, Joel Cohen ’10, Toby Cohen ’09, Christine D’Auria, Matthew Drooyan, Matthew Finn, Emily Benjamin Finn, Matthew Gelfand, Debra Grossman, Smita Gupta, Aviad Haimi-Cohen, Jay Levin ’12 MD, Rachel Caris Love, Stefan Caris Love ’06, Brian Luu ’09, Christina Ma ’09, Hannah Miller, Michael Morgenstern, Ryan Mott ’09, Emily Polivy, Allison Schneider ’10, Nicole Summers, Jordi Torres ’10, Jeremy Zeitlin ’07, and Jason Ziplow ’10.

Aidan Levy’s book, Dirty Blvd.: The Life and Music of Lou Reed, was released Oct. 1 from Chicago Review Press.

Hannah Shulman will marry Aaron Paul ’06 on Nov. 14 at Round Hill Hotel & Villas in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Hannah’s brother Sam Shulman ’06 will serve as best man. Alums who responded that they will attend include Kathleen Bunnage, Sarah Carroll ’03, Jason Gelbort ’06 Eva Hamden, Angela Kim ’06, Michael Klufas ’06, Elizabeth Laundy, Andrew Matheny ’06 ’06 AM, Natalie Meyers ’09, and Bailey Seybolt.

From the March/April 2015 Issue

Clancey Bateman married Andrew Potter on Sept. 20 in Harvard, Mass. Alums in attendance included maid of honor Erin Brown, groomsman Craig Kennedy and Stephen Babish, Dana Frankel, Olin and Kyle Evans Gay, Daniel Hudner, and Stephanie Syc-Mazurek.

Julia Riddle Winter and her husband, Ben, announce the Aug. 9 birth of Louise Leone Winter, who weighed in at 6 pounds and measured 19 inches. Julia writes: “Everyone is happy and healthy and she already owns an abundant supply of Brown clothing!”

From the January/February 2015 Issue

Anna Squires Levine and Eytan Kurshan married Sept. 1 in Philadelphia. Among the alums at the ceremony were Laura Berger ’91, Leora Fox, Dan Hudner, Yael Richardson Kalman, Rachel Kanter Kepnes, Kevin Mazurek, Stephanie Syc-Mazurek, Lisa Miller, Patrick Molitoris, Rebecca Russo, Ron Sarachan ’77, Elana Goldberg Schrank, Michel Selva ’74, Josh Littenberg-Tobias, and Liza Littenburg-Tobias.

From the November/December 2014 Issue

Andrés Acebo and his wife, Janice, announce the Feb. 10 birth of their first child, Zachary Jude Acebo.

Eytan Kurshan and Anna Squires Levine were married in Philadelphia on Sept. 1. Alums in attendance were Laurel Berger-Figliola ’91, Leora Fox, Dan Hudner, Yael Richardson Kalman, Rachel Kanter Kepnes, Josh and Liza Littenberg-Tobias, Kevin Mazurek, Patrick Molitoris, Rebecca Russo, Elana Goldberg Schrank, Stephanie Syc-Mazurek, Jacob Baskin, Lisa Miller ’78, Ron Sarachan ’78, and Michel Selva ’74.

Alec Pinkham ’09 ScM (see Virginia MacMillan Trescott ’38).

From the September/October 2014 Issue

Stephanie Brag (see Amy Leeds ’74).

Michael Morgenstern moved to San Francisco to open a production company, Everything is Film. The company will produce narrative feature films, brand videos for tech companies, and music videos. He writes: “If you’d like to be involved, get in touch!”

Kara Neergaard Sherman (see Matthew Weaver ’02).

From the July/August 2014 Issue

Derrick and Bethany Ellis Mong announce the Jan. 23, 2013, birth of Johnathan William, who weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces. His older sister is Kasey Ellis.

Natalia Fisher (see Caricia Fisher ’76).

From the May/June 2014 Issue

Jhale Ali married Yusuf Kazi on Aug. 25 in a ceremony officiated by Reimi Hicks. The couple celebrated in true Brunonian style with friends, family, and former classmates. They even included a replica of the Van Wickle Gates etched onto their wedding cake!
Susan Keller and Jake Westermann ’10 were married on Aug. 2 at Ault Park in Cincinnati. More than 50 alumni joined in the festivities. The couple happily reports that they’ve settled back in R.I., where they first met. Jake and Susie both work at St. George’s School in Middletown and visit Brown often.

Kori Schulman (See Holley Atkinson ’81). 

From the March/April 2014 Issue

Alexandra Brown married Stephen Bernardi ’07 on Aug. 17, at the Garrison in Garrison, N.Y. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. James Alley ’71 AM. Guests included Grant Bowen ’07, Chris Burke ’07, Pat Clark ’07, Megan Collins, Becky Crossin, Craig Fountain ’06, Lena Groeger, Neil Hamel ’07, Corey Kunz ’03, Ozzie Myers, Jacob Nettleton, Hannah Nichols, Kelly Powell ’06, Chris Rigali ’06, and Ari Zamir.

From the January/February 2014 Issue

Elana Goldberg Schrank writes that she and Seth Schrank (Indiana ’05) celebrated their first wedding anniversary in October. They were married last year in Buffalo, N.Y., where Elana’s parents, Shira and Rob Goldberg ’81, live. The happy couple enjoyed having so many friends and family in attendance, including Brunonians Yael Kalman, Rachel Kanter Kepnes, Eytan Kurshan, Anna Levine, Josh Littenberg-Tobias, Liza Littenberg-Tobias, Etan Newman ’09, Jean Rudnicki, and Rebecca Russo. Seth and Elana live in Chicago, where they both work in consulting.

From the September/October 2013 Issue

Tyler Rowley (See Engagements & Weddings, Jacqueline Yee ’03).

From the May/June 2013 Issue

Hans Sprecher writes: “In July, my childhood best friend, his wife, and I will be flying to London, purchasing a Fiat Panda, and driving to Mongolia to complete the Mongol Rally. Our team is Gobi or Go Home, and we would love for some Brunonians to follow our adventure on our website, gobiepic.com . Along the way, we are raising money to save orphans and the rainforest.” 

From the March/April 2013 Issue  

Are you ready for our 5th reunion, May 24–26, 2013? The Reunion Committee has been busy planning a memorable weekend. Visit our Facebook page, Brown University Class of 2008, for details on the weekend. And, while you’re making your plans to come back to campus, don’t forget to also give back for our 5th Reunion! Our class is aiming to set a new 5th Reunion record class gift of $155,000 by June 30, so please help us reach our goal and make a positive impact on life at Brown by making your gift to the Brown Annual Fund today! 

From the September/October 2012 Issue  

Miriam Altman writes: “Since graduating from Brown, I have completed Teach for America in New York City, and am now pursuing an MPA at NYU Wagner. Additionally, I have cofounded an organization, Kinvolved, which won the Inaugural National Invitational Public Policy Challenge hosted by Penn’s Fels Institute of Government on Apr. 22.”

From the May/June 2012 Issue  

Patrick Fisher, Kate Hammond, Nick Houston, Matthew Mullenax, and Jose Yearwood (see Engagements & Weddings, Maggie Connolly ’03). 

From the March/April 2012 Issue 

Byron Asher, Ben Berman, and Will Bowling are celebrating the one-year anniversary of living together in Bywater, New Orleans. They write that they enjoy the close quarters of their two-bedroom shotgun home. The past year has seen a steady stream of visitors sleeping on the fold-out futon and in the patio cabana, including but not limited to: Colin Baker, Joshua Bauchner ’07, Kathleen Bowling ’77, Nathaniel Bowling, Danny Bowman ’07, Billy Brennan, Jonathan Coleman ’09, Liam Daniel Pierce, Adam Delehanty, Christina DesVaux ’06, Max Emont, Henry Freedland, Addie Goss ’06, Nick Horton ’04, Nathan Karp ’08, Thalia Julme ’07, Divya Kumaraiah ’07, Claire Mehling ’09, Patrick Murray, Sabrina Ramos ’09, David Richardson, Kathleen Ross, Ian Sherman, Matthew Sledge, Nate Sloan ’09, Ike Sriskandarajah, and Sophie Tintori ’09. They eagerly anticipate visits from Ellen Chu ’08, Perrin Ireland ’09, and Drew Parker Aingaran. All Brown alumni are encouraged to visit.

Marykate Bergin writes: “I’m running the Boston Marathon in April for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. My team is working to raise money for innovative cancer research and new treatments. It’s such a great cause, and I know it will be a life-changing experience for me. I am hoping to be paired with a Patient Partner, a child currently being treated at Dana-Farber/the Jimmy Fund Clinic. I was floored to learn how much this event raises for Dana-Farber and inspired by the team members from all walks of life who have been touched by cancer in some way. Donations to the Dana-Farber institute in my name would be very welcome and appreciated.”

 

From the January/February 2012 Issue

Jose Enrique Macian is general editor of a book about world-renowned theater director and visual artist Robert Wilson. Its publication coincides with Wilson's 70th birthday and the 20th anniversary of his Watermill Center on Long Island.

Wesley Wu '09 MMS (see Engagements & Weddings, Peter Chai '06).

 

From the November/December 2011 Issue

Thomas Ghiden (see Eve Watson '96).

 

From the September/October 2011 Issue

Daniel Lawlor writes, "After a whirlwind year, I, along with several others, including Kim Gemme '09 and Tara Gonsalves, have successfully obtained a master's degree in education through the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). The year was challenging and inspiring. Through the work of HGSE professor Karen Mapp, I have seen and been inspired by examples—from Massachusetts to Maryland—of successful school change created with, not for, families, students, and communities. Apparently an Ivy League degree isn't necessary to create an amazing school. That said, my history professors at Brown, particularly Luther Spoehr, helped me to appreciate the importance of context in understanding and working with people and institutions, and for that I am so grateful. Going forward in the world of U.S. public schools, a deep concern for community and context, and an appreciation of that kooky, inquisitive Brown spirit, will help keep my chin up and, I hope, allow me to better work with colleagues, students, and families for all of us to build better schools for a better world."

 

From the March/April 2011 Issue

Bethany Ellis Mong (see Engagements & Weddings).

 

From the January/February 2011 Issue

Emily Benjamin (see Engagements & Weddings).

Meaghan Casey (see Engagements & Weddings, Nina DiBona '07).

Sophie Choukas-Bradley (see Engagements & Weddings, Emily Benjamin).

Matthew Finn (see Engagements & Weddings).

Suza Gilbert '09 ScM (see Engagements & Weddings, Abigail Gilbert '02).

Blair Hickman and Dan Levitt (see Engagements & Weddings, Nina DiBona '07).

Piet Walvoord (see Engagements & Weddings, Josh Waitzman '07).

 

From the September/October 2010 Issue

Ikenna Achilihu was invited to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Federal Republic of Sierra Leone, where she will be a science teacher in secondary education. Ikenna writes: "I am part of the first group to return to Sierra Leone since the end of the war, and the people of Sierra Leone are eager to rebuild after witnessing untold atrocities. The education sector is in dire need of assistance and outright reform, so the government has requested education volunteers with assistance in other sectors to follow."

 

From the May/June 2010 Issue

Heath Brackett (see Sheryl Cardozo'92).

 

From the January/February 2010 Issue

Eric Beck (see Roy Beck '74).

Ari Press (see Richard Press '60).

Carol Celestine writes: "I hope all is well a year out!"

 

From the November/December 2009 Issue

Jennifer Caraberis (see George Caraberis '77).

 

From the September/October 2009 Issue

Connect with us at the Brown University Class of 2008 Facebook page.

 

From the July/August 2009 Issue

Blair Hickman will embark on a fundraising road trip this summer to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Her trip is in memory of her mom, following a road trip she took in 1977. Along the way Blair will stop at 10 Ronald McDonald houses to serve dinner. Her team is in the middle of a big fundraising push, including a search for a hybrid car, and invites you to visit their website at http://casserolesforcancer.com for more information.

 

From the March/April 2009 Issue

Natalie Johnson (see Richard Ionata '57).

Aingaran Sriskandarajah (see Mayu Sriskandarajah '01).

Nathan Wyeth (see Sanjay Ranchod '96).

 

From the January/February 2009 Issue

Jennifer Caraberis (see George Caraberis '77).

Natalia Fisher (see Caricia Fisher '76).

Tara Schuster writes: "This summer a group of 20 Brown artists and I put on a play I wrote while at Brown studying abroad in France and with the help of Prof. Mary Gluck in the New York International Fringe Festival. We received some very favorable reviews and a lot of press attention. This is a great story of faculty, students, and alums taking work that originated in class and putting it out into the real world. The website for the play is BeBraveAnna.com."

From the September/October 2008 Issue

Sophie Barbasch (see Daniel Mermel '03).

Nadia Maccabee and Oleg Ryaboy were married June 29 at Beth Jacob Congregation in Mendota Heights, Minn. Nadia entered the Univ. of Minnesota Medical School in August, planning to become a pediatrician. Oleg, currently lead IT architect for the technology office of CVS/Caremark Corporation in Woonsocket, R.I., has an MS in software engineering from Carnegie Mellon and a BS from the Univ. of Minnesota. The couple traveled to Israel for their honeymoon.

From the July/August 2008 Issue

Heath Brackett (see Sheryl Cardozo '92).

Debra Grossman (see Rebecca Spielfogel Polivy '02).

Natalie Johnson (see Dave Johnson '77).

Julia Shapira (see Miriam Shapira '01).

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