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Jennifer Chick finished her first year as a PhD candidate at Case Western Reserve University. She teaches cell biology and physiology and conducts research on neuromodulation.
Jon Crowe and Luke McCormick’s band, Character Nine, released its first professionally recorded six-song album, The Sound. They have been living, working, and playing music in NYC for about a year and a half.
Last June, Lindsey Fyfe received certification in teaching English as a second language from the School for International Training in NYC. A month later she was accepted as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer and moved to California for a position at an art park near downtown Los Angeles. A community organizer, she also teaches art, cooking, and ESL classes. She continues to paint and sings harmony vocals for the band Glass Covered Cities.
Helen Boursier was awarded a fellowship by the Austin (TX) Seminary Association. She holds an MA in theological studies from Austin Graduate School of Theology, completed internships at a church and a medical center, and volunteered at a county rehabilitation center. She is continuing graduate studies at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute in Arlington, TX, while completing the candidacy process. She and husband Michael live in New Braunfels.
In his native Vermont, Dana Martin plays guard for the Frost Heaves, an American Basketball Association team.
In May I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice, with a master’s in social work.