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Gil Frieden still loves living in Hollywood, CA, where he left a position at State Street Corporation to try selling ad space in magazines.
Christopher McGrath took leave from his NGO, Handgun-Free America, this past year to do advance work for the Kerry-Edwards campaign, coordinating events and logistics for the senator’s visits to various cities across the country.
In August Allison Prouty (Alison@vday.org) produced the play Valiant for the NYC Fringe Festival. She is associate producer for Eve Ensler’s play The Good Body, which opened on Broadway in November.
Sarah Kemmerer received a law degree from Emory University and is a staff attorney with the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
While doing graduate work at UVM, Luke Reusser was the lead author of an article in the July 23 issue of the journal Science. He and his colleagues reported their study of how the Potomac and Susquehanna Rivers rapidly cut deep gorges thousands of years ago.
In Baghdad CNN freelancer Arwa Damon was making small talk with a CNN staffer when they suddenly realized they both went to Skidmore. Cal Perry ’01 claims he recognized Arwa from Gaffney’s.
I attended the July 31 wedding of Elizabeth Roberts and Clifton Dalgard in Washington, DC. Jocie Ditzel, Amy Doft, Adina Frazer, Kristen Lepore, and Roy Geiser ’98 were also present at the ceremony. In July, Liz placed first in the Washington, DC, Art Center’s Wall Mountables Show. Husband Cliff is finishing his PhD in neuroscience. Adina is a buyer for Williams-Sonoma in San Francisco. Amy finished a master’s in education and is living in Ireland.