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Nicole Hemmett Griffiths and husband Erik joyfully announce the birth of son Evan on July 29 at Saratoga Springs Hospital. He joins brother Wesley, 2. The family lives in Greenfield Center, NY.
In Texas Lani Ann Marcus Capestany and husband Craig welcomed daughter Alyssa on May 16. They are enjoying “their little addition.” Lani welcomes e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebecca Masferrer and Benjamin Lally were married in February in Miami, FL. Bridesmaids included Jillian Mariani, Sarah Resig, and Michelle Kraynack ’01. Other alumni in attendance were Brian and Jessica Stormont Stevens, Bruce and Tessa Kolff Kocher, Matt Marshall, David Yerow, Brian Ringelheim, Jamie and Carrie Bornstein, Scott Diamond ’99, Sara Rutner, Abigail Bond ’02, and Jamie Belli ’02. Rebecca and Benjamin both earned master’s degrees from NYU and are teaching near Boston.
Sarah Cosman married Brian Barlow in NYC on June 18. Members of the wedding party included Clare Cosman ’04, Beth Kelliher, Ben Miller, Mark Mucha, and Jess Wagner-Whyte. Also attending were Emily Hopwood, Jessica Bilsky, Emily Falcigno, Katy Michos, Brian Ringelheim, Adam Abramowitz ’01, Matt Sherring ’02, Tal Ranen ’04, and Jen Noel ’05.
Lucas Natali is an art dealer at Spanierman Gallery in NYC. During the summer, he worked at Spanierman’s East Hampton, Long Island, location.
Jason Doce finished an MA in publishing and writing from Emerson College. In July he married Amy Hargraves; they honeymooned in Ireland for several weeks.
Sarah Winslow is the recipient of a 2005 Woodrow Wilson National Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies. A PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, she is working on a research document titled “Income, Employment, and Childbearing: An Analysis of Persistence and Variation.”