“Lloyd Remick W’59 and I … still have a monthly lunch to catch up and enjoy past memories and hopefully future days. It’s been 65 years since our time at Penn. What’s up with some of our old buddies?”

—Gerald Rosenthal W’59

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Michael Lewis C’58 Gr’62 retired on January 1 as University Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry Emeritus at Rutgers University. He had worked at the medical school for 43 years. Among many accolades, Michael was most recently awarded the 2022 Rutgers RBHS Chancellor’s Lifetime Distinguished Achievement Award. He lives in Manhattan, where he continues to lecture worldwide and is working on a new book of essays, On the Nature of Human Development: An Epigenetic Perspective.


Gerald Rosenthal W’59 writes, “Lloyd Remick W’59 and I have been best friends for 80 years. We met at age six in elementary school.” They attended junior high, high school, and Wharton together. “After service in the Army, we have remained friends, shared mutual clients, and both like the great jazz legend Grover Washington Jr. We still have a monthly lunch to catch up and enjoy past memories and hopefully future days. It’s been 65 years since our time at Penn. What’s up with some of our old buddies?”


Roger Colley W’60, a semi-retired business executive and former trustee of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, has self-published a new novel, Conflict: In My City of Brotherly Love. In the story, Joe Robinson, a child in the Philadelphia public school system, overcomes many challenges while growing up in one of the poorest big cities in the nation to ultimately achieve success.

Albert M. Tantala C’60 CE’61 has been named trustee emeritus of the Board of Trustees of Holy Family University, in Philadelphia and Newtown, Pennsylvania. He has been a trustee for 42 years, the longest-serving trustee in the university’s history.


Steve Stovall W’62 ASC’63 ran in the BOLDERBoulder 10k on Memorial Day in Boulder, Colorado. He finished the race in 1:21:02, good for 21,787th place out of more than 40,000 participants and second out of 12 men in the 83-year-old age group. He writes, “Post-race activities included a Marine Corps flyover, parachutists representing all four armed services, and an incredible silent drill presentation by the Marine Corps Drill Team. I wore my Penn shirt as I do in all my races. I’ve made distance running my retirement career. Other retired alums publish books, contribute their expertise to worthy causes, as well as many other praiseworthy pursuits, while I train and compete as a distance runner.”


Martin Fritzhand C’63, an 80-year-old doctor from Cincinnati, shares that in January he completed a grueling 135-mile trail run in Brazil for the fifth time, breaking his own record as the oldest finisher in the ultramarathon. One month later, he finished second in his age group (men over 80) at the 2024 Jackpot Ultra Running Race Festival 100-mile national championship in Henderson, Nevada.

Martin Oppenheimer Gr’63 has published a new book, The Rise and Fall of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, which he describes as “a short history of the most important student civil rights organization of the 1960s from its prehistory to its ending in 1973.”

Mark H. Shapiro G’63 Gr’66 writes, “The rate of global warming, driven largely by positive climate feedback factors along with a contribution from the recent El Niño, appears to be entering a new and dangerous phase. In my YouTube video ‘Global Warming Is Accelerating,’ I provide evidence that global warming has been accelerating recently, and I explain the positive feedback climate factors that are causing this increase in the rate of global warming.” This and other videos can be viewed at youtube.com/@DrMarkHShapiro.


Rhona Gorsky Reiss OT’66 writes, “I continue to be an active and energetic disability advocate with a passion for life and helping others. I retired in 2007 from a 40-plus-year career as an occupational therapist, which included providing direct service to children and young adults with disabilities in clinical settings, public and private schools, and group homes. I also held positions as a university professor and academic administrator and provided consulting services to community healthcare agencies and universities. In 1995 I was selected to serve as the director of education for the American Occupational Therapy Association in Bethesda, Maryland. Since my retirement I continue to advocate for people living with physical and mental challenges.” Rhona has served as an outreach volunteer for the National Alliance for Mental Illness, a member of the Montgomery County Food Council’s Food Security Community Advisory Board, a community outreach specialist, and a life coach. She received her master’s degree from the University of Florida, and her PhD in higher education from the University of North Texas. “I have lived and worked in Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, and Washington, DC; was an invited international consultant in Sydney, Australia, in 1984; and taught in a college in Tokyo from 1972 to 1974.”


Martin Redish C’67, a professor of law and public policy at Northwestern University, has published a new book, Due Process as American Democracy, a part of the Theoretical Perspectives in Law series from Oxford University Press. From the press materials, the book “provides an entirely fresh and provocative view of American political theory, outlines an original linkage of American political thought to constitutional theory, [and] urges dramatic alterations in areas of modern civil procedure and constitutional law.”

Eric R. White GEd’67 GrEd’75 coauthored the chapter “Academic Advising” in the recently published Rentz’s Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education, Sixth Edition (Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 2024).


Joseph H. Cooper W’69 L’72 reports that his latest picture book, How’d They Do That? Grandparents Answer Questions about the Wright Brothers and Amelia Earhart, was called “an informative and engaging survey of aviation pioneers, perfect for kids, adult caregivers, and STEM educators” by Kirkus Reviews. AviationBookReviews.com said, “The title of this book tells it all. [It is especially recommended] for kids who [want] to learn more about the great adventures of the heroes that conquered the skies in the early years of the last century.”

Bob London C’69 GEd’71 has published his fourth book, Introducing Nonroutine Math Problems to Secondary Learners: 60+ Engaging Examples and Strategies to Improve Higher-Order Problem-Solving Skills (Routledge, 2024). Bob shares that the book “describes in detail an innovative holistic and process-oriented approach to mathematics education that allows students access to understanding the process skills of a mathematician not only to learn new mathematics, but also to solve meaningful nonroutine problems in their day-to-day life.”


Donald C. Klawiter C’72 G’72 L’75 was honored on May 3 in Washington, DC, at the George Washington University Law School, as an “institution builder” for his many contributions to competition law. A former official in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice and past chair of the American Bar Association’s section of antitrust law, Don represents clients around the world from his office in the Washington area.


Dr. Robert Grossman M’73 received the Distinguished Alumni Award at the Tulane University 2024 Alumni Awards Gala on April 20 in New Orleans. Dr. Grossman is currently the chief executive officer of NYU Langone Health and dean of NYU Grossman School of Medicine. He leads one of the largest health systems in the Northeast, and since his tenure, the school has become the first nationally ranked program offering full-tuition scholarships and a three-year MD pathway to all students.


Claire Moray Leininger DH’74 see Eric Leininger C’75.

Michael T. Shutterly C’74 shares that he was excited to return to Penn for Alumni Weekend to celebrate his 50th Reunion, “which coincides almost exactly with my celebrating my fifth year of remission from a rather unpleasant cancer thingy. During chemotherapy I was told I had only a 30 percent shot at surviving five years, so I am quite pleased to have beaten the odds. (If I had NOT beaten the odds, I wouldn’t be able to celebrate my class reunion, which would suck, since I had been really looking forward to it.) I celebrated surviving cancer by getting an earring (the only jewelry I own other than my wedding ring). I haven’t figured out quite what to do to celebrate my 50th Reunion: thought about getting a tattoo, but decided that putting a tattoo on my body would be like putting a bumper sticker on a Lamborghini, so that’s out. I’ll think of something.”


Harvey Greene C’75 is the recipient of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Award of Excellence for his work as a public relations director for the Miami Dolphins, where he worked for 33 years. Harvey writes, “In addition to my work with the Dolphins, over the past few years I have served as an advance press lead for the White House, and when they heard about the award, President and Dr. Biden wrote me a letter of congratulations, and much to my surprise, the letter was delivered to me in person by the First Lady herself at an event where I served as her press lead. … It’s an honor I’m very proud of because there are so many outstanding individuals who are deserving of that recognition. To be selected from that talented pool is something I never expected, and I’m honored to be included in such a distinguished group.”

Jim Hunt WG’75 has joined the board of St John’s hospital in Jackson, Wyoming, as its treasurer. His other board work includes PennyMac Financial Services, Cartiga, Hunt Companies, and Aspida LLC.  

Eric Leininger C’75 and Claire Moray Leininger DH’74 share that they “had a wonderful reunion with High Rise East floormate Bob Halliday W’76 WG’77 after a 45-year hiatus. Great to see you, Bob and Lucy.”


Bob Halliday W’76 WG’77 see Eric Leininger C’75.

Steve Stecklow C’76, a London-based global investigative reporter with Reuters, was part of the team that won a 2024 Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting. The prize was awarded “for an eye-opening series of accountability stories focused on Elon Musk [C’97 W’97]’s automobile and aerospace businesses, stories that displayed remarkable breadth and depth and provoked official probes of his companies’ practices in Europe and the United States.” The series also won the George Polk Award for Business Reporting. Steve previously shared a Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting in 2019 and a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2007 while at the Wall Street Journal. He was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2020, 2017, and 2003.


Dr. Steven Potashnick GD’78 is a dentist and author of a new book, The Art and History of the Toothpick: Catalog of the World’s Largest Collection. Referencing over 1,500 toothpicks dating from classical antiquity to the Victorian era, the book is based on the largest collection of toothpicks that presently exists and is illustrated with nearly 2,800 high-quality images.

Paul Root Wolpe C’78 is stepping down as director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University to start another project for the university: the establishment of a center for conflict management, mediation, civic dialogue, and peacebuilding. Having started a sabbatical year on June 1, he is traveling with his wife, Valerie Root Wolpe C’79 GEd’84, to centers that do this work throughout the world—The Hague, Oslo, Geneva, Belfast, Johannesburg, the Middle East, and other areas. He plans to spend three years building the center and then retire. Paul was on the faculty at Penn for 20 years before moving to Emory, in the departments of sociology, medical ethics, and psychiatry (and at the now defunct Center for Bioethics).


Valerie Root Wolpe C’79 GEd’84 see Paul Root Wolpe C’78.


Steve Lonergan Gr’81, professor emeritus of geography at the University of Victoria in Canada, has coauthored a new book, The Ghosts of Iraq’s Marshes: A History of Conflict, Tragedy, and Restoration. According to the press materials, the book is described as a “gripping history of the devastation and resurrection of the Marshes of Iraq, an environmental treasure of the Middle East, now a protected site.”

Andrew Sillen Gr’81 has authored a new book, Kidnapped at Sea: The Civil War Voyage of David Henry White, which will be released October 8 by Johns Hopkins University Press. According to the publisher’s website, the book tells “the true story of David Henry White, a free Black teenage sailor enslaved on the high seas during the Civil War, whose life was falsely and intentionally appropriated to advance the Lost Cause trope of a contented slave, happy and safe in servility.” Andrew is a visiting research scholar in anthropology at Rutgers University. He was formerly a professor of paleoanthropology and the founding director of development at the University of Cape Town and the vice president of institutional advancement at Brooklyn College.

Joanne Spigonardo CGS’81 WEv’06, a senior advisor at the Water Center at Penn, writes, “If you are interested in Italian immigration and the resiliency of women you may be interested in reading my book, White Widow.” From the book’s description: “In the early 20th century there was a large migration of southern Italian men to the United States. … The husbands were gone for decades or they never returned. The term White Widow can refer to these women as well as others that were not recognized as married by local governments. … White Widows were independent and, regardless of their circumstances, they overcame obstacles and became true heroines of the era.” The book is available on Amazon and Kindle.


Rhonda D. Hibbler C’82 has retired as production director at WPEN 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia. She was recently inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Hall of Fame, the first non-air personality to receive this honor [“Alumni Notes,” May|Jun 2024].

Lena Stringari CGS’82 has been appointed chief of conservation by the National Gallery of Art. Lena comes to the National Gallery following a long career at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, where she served most recently as deputy director and Andrew W. Mellon Chief Conservator.


Fraidoon ‘Fred’ Al-Nakib GFA’84 see Nancy Bea Miller C’85.

Brian S. Becker C’84 recently retired from his law practice and published his first book, Memoir of a Mascot: Life as the Penn Quaker, in which he shares his memories from his time at Penn as well as life beyond.

Charles A. O’Hay C’84 writes, “Unlike so many of my esteemed classmates, I’ve spent the past four decades since graduation not building a career but grappling with my personal demons. I have no credentials or awards to show, no achievements to list. I’ve never been anyone’s boss, nor am I likely to be. My experiences, however, have produced three simple ideas I’d like to share: Accept that all is flux. Love and be loved fully. Lengthen your line without shortening that of another.”


Nancy Bea Miller C’85 exhibited her recent paintings at F.A.N. Gallery in Philadelphia during the month of June. She writes, “Interestingly, F.A.N. Gallery is owned and run by another Penn alum, Fraidoon ‘Fred’ Al-Nakib GFA’84.” Nancy and Fred’s years at Penn overlapped, but they did not meet until years later. This is Nancy’s third solo show at Fred’s gallery.

Hilarie Lauter Morgan Gr’85, Mitchell L. Morgan, and their family have made a significant contribution to fund the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Morgan Center for Research and Innovation, currently under construction and scheduled to open in 2025. The 17-story, 350,000-square-foot facility will significantly expand CHOP’s laboratory research capacity. The Morgans’ children are Jonathan R. Morgan C’07, who is married to Alexandra Morgan; Brittany A. Morgan C’10, who is married to Zach Kurz; and Jason A. Morgan W’13, who is married to Jessica Morgan C’14.

Hon. Bruce A. Roth C’85 writes, “After 24 years on the bench, I retired as a magisterial district judge in the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I am a partner in the law firm of May Herr & Grosh, also in Lancaster, where I have a lively personal injury practice. Finally, I continue to run a boutique vintage guitar shop called Vintage Blues Guitars. You can reach me at [email protected].”

Felicia Staub C’85 is a mediator, working for the Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomish, Island, & Skagit Counties in Washington, as well for her own mediation practice Empowered Communication and for the Sound Options Group. This year, Felicia was the recipient of the Champion award from the Washington Mediation Association, given to “someone who has made a significant impact and raised awareness in the field.” She is also about to begin a monthly podcast on mediation. Felicia shares that she’s “very dedicated to her field of mediation and loves living in Washington State,” where she’s been since the late 1980s with her husband, son, and two cats.


John P. Halfpenny C’88 practices criminal defense law with the Shreve Law Group in Harrisburg and may be reached at [email protected].


Laura Leahy Nu’89 GNu’91 see Darlene D. Pedersen GNu’97.


Kathy Boockvar C’90, former Pennsylvania Secretary of State [“Alumni Profiles,” Sep|Oct 2020], has been honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award from American University’s Washington College of Law. The award recognized Kathy for her “exceptional professional and personal achievements, extraordinary distinction in her chosen field, and demonstrated commitment to the betterment of the law school.”


Melissa Jacoby C’91 L’94, a law professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has authored a new book, Unjust Debts: How Our Bankruptcy System Makes America More Unequal.

Jodi Golant Solovy C’91 writes, “I have written and self-published my debut novel, Midlife Mischief. It’s the sweet and spicy tale of a middle-aged woman finding her way back to joy after her kids have grown up and her husband has grown bored. When her old love from 30 years ago suddenly reappears, nothing is as simple as it seems. The main character in the book attended Penn and there are fun anecdotes about being a Penn student in the early ’90s that alumni will certainly remember and appreciate. You can follow my journey to becoming an author on my Substack, ‘Jodi’s Jaunts’.”

Ben Yagoda G’91, professor emeritus of English at the University of Delaware and longtime Gazette contributor, has published a new book, Gobsmacked!: The British Invasion of American English. Ben has published more than a dozen books, including Will Rogers: A Biography; About Town: “The New Yorker” and the World It Made; When You Catch an Adjective, Kill It: The Parts of Speech, for Better and/or Worse; and The Sound on the Page: Style and Voice in Writing. His blog, Not One-Off Britishisms, has been visited more than 3 million times.


Paul Kapp GFA’92, an architecture professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, has been awarded a 2024 Guggenheim Fellowship.


Ryan Limaye EAS’93 W’93 WG’93 see Joey Levin EAS’01 W’01.


Dr. Christopher Feddock C’94 has been named vice president of competency-based assessment at the National Board of Medical Examiners. He joined the organization in 2020 as the executive director of the clinical skills evaluation collaboration.

Dr. Adam Scioli C’94 has been promoted to chief medical officer at Caron Treatment Centers, a nonprofit behavioral healthcare facility headquartered in Wernersville, Pennsylvania, with campuses in Pennsylvania and Florida.


Brian Staub C’95, who lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with his wife and two teenage sons, writes, “After a 20-year career in financial services, I changed careers and attended culinary school, and in December of 2023, I opened my first restaurant. It is called Haven UWS, and is located at 226 West 79th St.  We are an upscale casual bar and restaurant serving elevated and unique preparations of familiar dishes and innovative cocktails. We are open for dinner seven days per week and brunch on weekends.”


Darlene D. Pedersen GNu’97, the author of PsychNotes: Clinical Pocket Guide, Sixth Edition, shares that she is “pleased that Laura Leahy Nu’89 GNu’91 has agreed to bring her extensive expertise in psychopharmacology, as a psych DrNP, a clinical expert, author, and senior lecturer at Penn to coauthor and shepherd the seventh edition of PsychNotes and any editions that follow.”

Norrin Ripsman Gr’97, a professor of international relations at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is the author of two new books. Song Book is a collection of short stories that “reflect the profound influence of rock music and its lyrics on the author’s life,” according to the book’s description. The Oracle of Spring Garden Road is a novel following the life of a homeless man in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia. When Eddie meets a kind woman who “makes it her mission to uncover the painful secrets of his past,” the description says, “will she heal Eddie or will he save her?”


Daniel Yeh EAS’98 GEng’03 see Dr. Laura Fung EAS’01 GEng’01.


Pallavi Sharma Dixit C’99 G’99 is author of a new novel, titled Edison. She describes it as “a Bollywood love story in the guise of literary fiction. At the same time, it tells the story of the Indian immigrant community of Edison, New Jersey, that I grew up in. There are also a few mentions of things related to Penn—for instance, the apartment complex in which most of the story takes place is named ‘King’s Court’ after the undergrad dorm; and a cappella group Penn Masala also makes an appearance, in addition to several of my Class of ’97, ’98, and ’99 friends!”


Tamara J. Walker C’00, an associate professor of Africana studies at Barnard College, is the author of Beyond the Shores: A History of African Americans Abroad, described by the publisher as “part historical exploration, part travel memoir.” The book “reveals poignant histories of a diverse group of African Americans who escaped the racism of the United States to try their hands at life abroad, such as Florence Mills in Paris and Richard Wright in Buenos Aires.”

Lee Ann Sechovicz Coburn C’00 has been named to the 2024 Forbes list of Best-in-State Top Women Wealth Advisors. Lee Ann is managing director and wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch in Walnut Creek, California.


Dr. Laura Fung EAS’01 GEng’01 and Daniel Yeh EAS’98 GEng’03 were married on January 6 at the historic castle of Casa Loma in Toronto, Canada. They were first introduced to each other by Lloyd Min W’01 and, by providence, found each other after many years at a Penn Alumni Club event in Toronto hosted by United States Ambassador to Canada and former Penn Trustee Chair David Cohen L’81 Hon’21. Laura and Dan are grateful for the many Penn alumni who made the journey north in the winter to celebrate: bridesmaid Tonna Wu C’01, Phillip Sohn C’01, Sheena Nahm C’01, Hannah Koh C’01, Deborah Koo W’01, Heejin Woo C’01, Karen Kam C’01 WEv’03, Chris Rhee EAS’01 WEv’03, Wendy Chan EAS’00, Warren Wang EAS’00 W’00, Luanne Wong C’00, Peter Gutherie C’98 CGS’02, Vicky Chan W’98, Kiren Khan C’98, Mario “Rico” Rodriguez W’98, Derek Smith C’97 and Ambreen Hamza WG’10. Laura is a physician at an Indigenous health center and Dan is leading a personal real estate development practice. He is also currently co-president of the Penn-Wharton Alumni Club of Toronto.

Joey Levin EAS’01 W’01, Lauren Reeder EAS’16 W’16, and Ryan Limaye EAS’93 W’93 WG’93 are the recipients of the 2024 Jerome Fisher M&T Distinguished Alumni Award from the Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology (M&T) at Penn. The award honors “exemplary alumni who have achieved professional success while contributing to the program’s continued growth and legacy.” Joey is CEO of IAC and its subsidiary Angi Incorporated (formerly known as Angie’s List). He serves on the boards of Turo and MGM Resorts International, as well as on the Undergraduate Executive Board of Wharton. Lauren is a partner at Sequoia Capital investing in early-stage companies, and focusing on data, infrastructure, and climate technology. Ryan is the head of Global Technology Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs. He serves on the board of advisors for Penn’s School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and is a trustee of the Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.


Kimberly N. Dobson C’04 has been selected as cochair of the employment and labor law firm Littler’s Bollo affinity group. From the company’s press release: “Bollo provides support, development and networking opportunities for attorneys who identify as Black, African American, African, and Caribbean, and their allies. The group’s name comes from the Wolof tribe of Senegal, Africa, and means ‘to be together.’”

Carlos Andrés Gómez C’04 is the recipient of the 2024 Yeats International Poetry Prize for his poem “Double Golden Shovel Sonnet Found on the Q Train.” Carlos was in HBO’s Def Poetry Jam and the Spike Lee movie Inside Man with Denzel Washington. His most recent book of poetry is Fractures, which won the UK’s Rubery International Book Award for Poetry. His website is www.CarlosLive.com.


Roy D. Prather III C’06, a principal at Beveridge & Diamond PC in Baltimore, has joined the International Association of Defense Counsel, an organization for attorneys who represent corporate and insurance interests.


Lindsay Larris L’07 has been tapped to serve as the new conservation director for WildEarth Guardians, a conservation nonprofit working in the American West. Since 2019, she has been the director of the wildlife program at WildEarth Guardians.

Jonathan R. Morgan C’07 see Hilarie Lauter Morgan Gr’85.


Wyn Furman C’09 and Ian MacNeill C’09 are delighted to announce the arrival of their child, Rhys Alexander MacNeill, on January 2 in San Diego. Also welcoming Rhys are his aunt Katia MacNeill Doherty L’10, and canine siblings Freddie and Fleur.


Thurston J. Hamlette C’10 and his wife, Alexandria Hamlette, joyfully announce the birth of their daughter, Baldwin E. Hamlette, on October 2. The Hamlette family (including a doodle named Stokely) resides in Maplewood, New Jersey.  

Brittany A. Morgan C’10 see Hilarie Lauter Morgan Gr’85.

Jill Roth C’10, an attorney at the Philadelphia-based personal injury law firm Laffey Bucci D’Andrea Reich & Ryan, has been named a “Rising Star” in the 2024 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars guide by Thomson Reuters.


Katie Carlson C’12 V’16 writes, “I am excited and proud to announce that I graduated with my master of public health degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health on April 26. My concentration was in infectious diseases and microbiology, but I also took extensive coursework in epidemiology and completed a practicum project in collaboration with a cancer epidemiologist. We examined disparities and trends in human papillomavirus (HPV) pathologic testing among oropharyngeal cancer patients in the National Cancer Database. I will soon start working as an epidemiologist at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh, and my work will involve elucidating health disparities for cancer patients.”

Jen Liao C’12 is cofounder of a modern Chinese food brand, MìLà, with her husband Caleb Wang. In 2018, the brand started as a brick-and-mortar shop in Bellevue, Washington. After expanding to offering frozen, direct-to-consumer products in 2020, MìLà now offers a range of soup dumplings, noodles, sauces, and ice creams. The brand recently secured over $30 million in venture capital funding and will be in nearly 1,000 grocery stores by the end of the year, including select Targets, Costcos, and Sprouts. More information can be found at www.eatmila.com.


Jason A. Morgan W’13 see Hilarie Lauter Morgan Gr’85.


Jessica Morgan C’14 see Hilarie Lauter Morgan Gr’85.


Andres Martinez W’15, a Mask & Wig alum, married Jeremy Taylor on May 18 in Jersey City, New Jersey.


Carolyn Grace C’16 has received a Fulbright US Student Program award to study creative writing in Ireland for the 2024–2025 academic year from the US Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. As a Fulbright Scholar, Carolyn will pursue a Master of Philosophy degree in creative writing at Trinity College Dublin with a focus on nonfiction and personal essays.

Lauren Reeder EAS’16 W’16 see Joey Levin EAS’01 W’01.

Jennifer Yu C’16 is author of a new young adult novel, Grief in the Fourth Dimension. From the press materials, the book “tackles the afterlife and the unexpected connections that can be made in death.” Her website is www.byjenniferyu.com.

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