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Lilli Coye lives in Washington, DC, with Elisa Travisono. Lilli works for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, as a finance assistant for the Northeast.
Molly Dyson returned from a 50-day tour of southeast Asia, where she volunteered to assist with tsunami relief efforts in Thailand.
Valerie Issembert was cast in the role of Bianca in The Last Days of Cleopatra, an original musical by Washington, DC-based auteur Charlie Barnett. The production premiered at the 2005 Fringe Festival in NYC in August. Michael Baldwin, Michael Frishman, and John Brewster McCall ’03 are also in the production.
Jacqueline Vernarelli completed her first year in a medical biochemistry PhD program at Georgetown University. She recently visited with classmate Rachel Bershatsky, who is a television actress in NYC (look out, Law and Order.).
Jesse Vondracek spent last year traveling across the US. He settled in Prescott, AZ, where he is a high-school math teacher at Kestral Alternative High School.
Christine Whelton raised $4,500 by running in the second annual P. F. Chang’s Rock ’n’ Roll marathon (26.2 miles) on January 9, in Arizona. The rock ’n’ roll was provided every mile by local musicians. “It really keeps you motivated and moving!” she says. Last spring Christine spent three months volunteering at a special-needs orphanage in Guatemala City, sponsored by a nongovernmental organization called Cross-Cultural Solutions.