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2000 | 2001

’00

Rebecca Freedman
rfreedma55@hotmail.com

Eve Sandler wed Nathaniel Brown on June 2. She met Nathaniel while studying abroad in Skidmore’s Shakespeare Programme in 1998. Allyson Salinger, Eve’s freshman roommate, was maid of honor. Rebecca O ’Neill, Danielle Blumstein, and Ann Polak ’01 were bridesmaids, and Baker Cavell was a groomsman. Other alums attending were Diana Marinovic, Alex Siriani, and Matthew Stinson. Eve and Nathaniel live in Oakland, CA.

Lindsay Fredricks is an account coordinator for a PR firm in Las Vegas, NV.

Ian Merritt is a graphic designer in Boston living “within spitting distance of the rest of the Clinton Street Posse.” He observes: “God, the real world is boring.”

Donna Bernstein spent the past year learning Spanish as an AmeriCorps volunteer with an immigrant health project in Silver City, NC.

’01

Janine Renée Geller
JRgeller@aol.com

Finding employment after graduation was much more difficult than I originally thought. I sent out 30 résumés to pharmaceutical companies in the greater Boston area, and only five responded. Eventually, the right company came along: in August, I started working as a scientist for ArQule, a drug development company outside of Boston.

Randi Zinn has moved to NYC, where she is working at Condé Nast Publications for magazines such as Allure, Vogue and Mademoiselle. She can be reached at parischic16@hotmail.com. She finds time to dance and stays in touch with Jeff Klein, who is starting law school in NYC.

Amanda Weyerbacher conducts clinical trials at Memorial Sloan Kettering in NYC, investigating alternatives to chemotherapy. Contact her at mand51@yahoo.com.

Aili Palmunen has relocated to Washington, DC, where she is a paralegal at Hogan and Hartson. Her e-mail address is aili418@yahoo.com. She spends time with Rebecca Freedman ’00 and Rusty Lewis, who also moved to DC and is teaching third grade.

After spending the summer in Washington, DC, Matt Topalian moved to Taipei, Taiwan, in August. He is very excited about teaching kindergarten and third grade through the Hess Program. His e-mail is mattc1979@excite.com.

Sharon Haynes spent the summer in South Carolina before moving to San Francisco to begin a graduate program in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacogenomics at UC–San Francisco. E-mail: sharonhaynes@onebox.com.

Melissa Arentshorst has moved to Washington, DC, where she is a paralegal at Covington and Burling. She can be reached at m_arents@yahoo.com.

 


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