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Mike Cavanagh enlisted in the US Coast Guard Reserve on February 15. After graduating from an eight-week boot camp in April, where he was named squad leader, honor guard member, and highest academic achiever, he was promoted to seaman. Following assignment with Port Security Unit 309 in Port Clinton, OH, Mike started additional training in Yorktown, VA.
Matt Appleton lives in Los Angeles, where he is a recording engineer and session musician. Over the past six months, he worked on albums by Faculty X and the Ataris; the latter is being released on Columbia Records in early 2006. Matt is also an engineer for record producer John Feldmann Goldfinger, who works with performers Ashlee Simpson and Hilary Duff. Matt’s next engineering gig will involve the Bottom Line, a band on the Maverick Records label. “Things are going well here professionally and personally, and I couldn’t be happier.”
Jaime Casta lives in Gainesville, FL. A June graduate of the University of Florida’s accelerated BSN degree, she is a registered cardiac nurse at the Veterans Hospital, she is also pursuing a master’s program to become a family nurse practitioner.
Siret Unsal finished a master’s at Columbia University and is an analyst doing investment banking at Bank of America Securities.
Nick Litano is living, and running on the beach, in sunny southern California.
After spending the past year and a half working in media buying at an advertising agency in Northampton, MA, Rozlynn Rozkuszka moved to Boston in September to begin a full-time MBA program at Boston University.
After finishing a master’s degree in French literature in January, Ellen Casey is pursuing a PhD at Indiana University-Bloomington. She invites Skiddies who find themselves in her new neck of the woods to drop her a line at email@example.com.
Josh Whitney spent a year in Santa Cruz, CA, working as an intern for the Conservation Strategy Fund. He organized a conservation economics training course in British Columbia, learned how to surf, and embraced the neighborhood taqueria for good Mexican/Latino cuisine. Now a resident of San Francisco, he works for WSP Environmental, a business sustainability and environmental consultancy. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Carbone works in the curatorial department at Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery with senior curator Douglas Dreishpoon ’76. She is project manager for a newly expanded regional biennial Beyond/In Western New York 2005 and project curator for Georgia O’Keeffe and New Mexico: A Sense of Place. She is currently working on a 12-year survey of New York painter Karin Davie, which is due to open in February 2006.
Jennifer Sheffield spent six months after graduation working in media relations for the US Olympic Committee. She moved to Long Island and is an administrative assistant with Splashes of Hope, a nonprofit organization of artists who create custom murals for medical centers. Jenny attends Boston University, where she began a master’s in journalism this fall.
Joanna Nagy received a master’s in education from the Tyler School of Art in May. She’s now teaching art in a New Jersey elementary school.
In New York, Rebecca Karger is a copywriter for the health-care ad agency GSW Worldwide.
As for me, I am teaching high-school chemistry at Fairfield Warde High School in Fairfield, CT.