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After teaching early childhood and pre-K to second grade, Camilo Moronta will begin teaching music at a NYC public school this fall. She entered the profession through the New York Teaching Fellowship Program.
Barbara Morton is clerking at the Connecticut supreme court in Hartford.
Clara Barnhart is studying mummification and Egyptology in Cairo, Egypt. She will return to the US in 2006.
Dan Arnold welcomed daughter Alycia in April; mother and baby “are doing great.”
Joanna Barnes earned a master’s degree in school counseling from Hunter College and is a high-school guidance counselor in the Bronx.
Heather Caney lives in Boston, where she handles finances for a film festival and sweats it up in a hot-yoga studio. She earns extra money analyzing handwriting samples. She welcomes hearing from classmates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rye Walker Windle was featured in a Charleston, SC, newspaper. A second-year student at Marshall University School of Medicine, she also dances with the Charleston Ballet. A Skidmore dance and chemistry major, she attends ballet classes and rehearsals three nights a week and on Saturdays.
Rachel Bowditch spends time with John Tzelepis ’00, who is pursuing an MFA in metals at Arizona State University. She completed a master’s in performance studies at NYU and is going for a doctorate. Her theater company, Vessel (www.vesselproject.org), performed at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival and the Kitchen Street Festival last year and will appear in August and September for the UnConvention Theatre Festival in NYC. Rachel is also a member of Dish—a 40-member collective of “off-off-Broadway companies” that share resources, talent, and inspiration (www.communitydish.org)—and teaches Lecoq: The Poetic Body workshops (character development/neutral mask) for actors in New York and São Paulo, Brazil. A member of Richard Schechner’s theatre company, East Coast Artists, she performed in his play at LaMaMa last spring and at the Hemispheric Institute Conference. She will go on tour with the production, which will be staged in Shanghai, China, in November.
Caroline Cochran married Peter Conlin in Brookline, MA, on November 8. Those present included Michael ’97 and Kimberly Cormier DiMarco ’97, Todd ’97 and Rebecca Israel Lady ’97, Matthew Montante and Mara Kennedy, Adam ’97 and Katie Bissell Brand ’99, Jamie Moore ’99, Scott Toth ’99, Josh Clifford ’97, William Cunningham ’97, Joe ’96 and Dianthe Schroeder Doldo ’96, Christopher McMahon ’97, Mark Berube, Richard Jakub ’97, and Eric Ferraris.