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Summer 2003

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’00


Rebecca Freedman
rfreedma55@hotmail.com

Neil Astmann married Laura Lee in May 2002. Darald Libby-Haines, Bryan Goldberg, Samantha Warnock, Rachel Glasser, Rebecca Freedman, and Ken Hardy ’01 were all at the wedding.

Angela Sherman is pursuing a master’s in clinical psychology at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology in Palo Alto, CA. She writes, “I miss all my classmates from Skidmore!”

Jennifer Wilder married Sean Rothman Charnow in June 2002 at Rockleigh Country Club in New Jersey. In attendance were Bhakta Selkowitz, Diana Marinovic, Gretel Perelstein, and Amanda Mackler ’01. A graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Social Work, Jennifer lives in Fort Lee, NJ, and is a consultant at Wilder Ventures LLP, a hotel firm in NYC. She welcomes e-mail at JLW265@aol.com.

Jeff Beck is in his second year at Boston University School of Law and is spending the summer at an Illinois law firm that specializes in criminal defense.

’01


Janine Rene Geller
JRgeller@aol.com

Gena McCollom lives in Greenwich Village and is an advertising coordinator working on the Xerox account.

Elsa Peters “quit her miserable job” and headed to Appalachia for a summer volunteer stint. She will enter Union Theological Seminary in NYC this fall. “That’s right,” she says, “I’m going to become a minister!”

’02


Kate Nedelman
knedelman@vermontlaw.edu

Nicholas Newcomb is pursuing a yearlong apprenticeship with ceramic artist Toshiko Takaezu in Quakertown, NJ.

Seth Glasser is an associate scientist conducting organic chemical synthesis for ArQule Inc. in Boston and enrolled in graduate school at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. Seth plans to practice either surgery or emergency medicine/critical care.

’03


Joe Simmon
j_simmon@skidmore.edu

At commencement Katherine Ostrye wore a 71-year-old mortarboard that belonged to her grandmother, Sarah Buffum Hardman ’32. Katherine’s two aunts, Hulda Hardman Jowett ’61 and Mary Hardman LaPorte ’69, had also donned the cap when they graduated. Now the well-worn cap will be passed on to Katherine’s cousin, Alicia LaPorte—who will be a Skidmore freshman this fall—in the hopes that she’ll be the fifth family member to wear it.

 


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