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2000 | 2001

’00

Rebecca Freedman
rfreedma55@hotmail.com

Allison Kupfer moved to Boston in September to begin a master’s program in education policy at Harvard. She lives in Brighton with B, who is studying reading education at BU.

Luis Alicea has a fully paid fellowship at Northeastern Illinois University called ENLACE (Engaging Latino Communities for Education) and is working toward an M.A. in educational leadership. He also works part-time at Joliet Junior College as a student support specialist. Luis married Rosa Veronica Pairazaman Silva in Lima, Peru, on September 13. He welcomes e-mail at lalicea@jjc.cc.il.us.

Angela Sherman moved to California to begin a Ph.D. program in clinical psychology and would love to hear from Skidmore friends at shermusbr@hotmail.com.

Kalah Talancy is gallery director of the Michalopoulos Gallery at 166 Newbury Street in Boston and lives in Brighton. She can be contacted at ktalancy@hotmail.com.

’01

Janine Renée Geller
JRgeller@aol.com

After spending a relaxing summer on Martha’s Vineyard, Joanne Magnan (joannemagnan@hotmail.com) returned home to Vermont to work as a substitute teacher in local elementary schools.

Jonathan Bray (brokenlabel@aol.com), a mental health technician in an adolescent unit at the Horsham Clinic in Ambler, PA, is moving to NYC to begin a new career in management consulting at Accenture.

Lisa Loomis (lizalou4248@yahoo.com) is enrolled at Central Connecticut State University for her teaching certification in secondary English.

Stephanie Storch (sparkie845@ yahoo.com) recently got a job with Ed Curtin’s archaeology company as a crew member. She is an assistant manager at Yankee Candle. Next September she plans on attending graduate school to study forensic anthropology.

Jodi Wheeler is a fitness specialist working at the GE Power Systems Fitness Center in Schenectady, NY.

Evan Walters is working at Pfizer in Groton, CT, as an organic chemist in the drug discovery program. He lives in New London (feathercraft78@hotmail.com).

Matthew Maggiore (mpmaggiore@ hotmail.com) is a project manager for the construction of commercial-industrial facilities in the Boston area.

Adam Abramowitz (aabramowitz@ baib.com) is living in Brentwood, LA, where he is a mergers and acquisition analyst for Barrington Associates.

Christine Mangoian (christine.mangoian@shawpittman.com) moved to Washington, DC, where she is a legal assistant for Shaw Pittman LLP.

Laura Cole (lauralynne26@hotmail.com) lives outside of Washington, DC, and is taking prerequisite classes for a B.S.N.

Robert Herrick (robherrick@yahoo.com) worked for two months as a bouncer in the most active nightlife area of Chicago. He is now in a full-time certificate course in teaching English as a Second Language in Barcelona, Spain.

Eunyung “Theresa” Oh (oheu@ffhsj.com) is a litigation paralegal at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in NYC. She is applying to law schools for fall 2002. She wants those affected by the September 11 tragedy to know that they’re in her thoughts.

Sarah McEachron (s_mceach@yahoo.com) is teaching fourth grade at West Sand Lake Elementary School in Averill Park, NY.

Helaina Blume (patago4412@aol.com) spent last summer and fall as a museum educator at Skidmore’s Tang Museum. She stayed on full-time as a graphic designer and production coordinator.

Brian Culkin (culkin24@aol.com) is playing professional basketball for the Ballina Longnecks in County Mayo, Ireland.

Eric Patridge (e_patrid01@alumni. skidmore.edu) is in the Life Sciences Consortium as a Ph.D. fellow at Penn State University, completing a five-year program for integrative biosciences. He still plans to finish a play he began writing at Skidmore and create some modeling software for chemistry or molecular biology.

Lisa Fine (lisa@cvaa.org) is an AmeriCorps member with the Champlain Valley Agency on Aging, where she recruits volunteers and creates programs for the elderly. She recently relocated to Burlington, VT, for the position, and “loves being part of such a successful program and beautiful city.”

 


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