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Parliamentary Procedure
C. Kenneth Ongalo-Obote '94 returns to Ugana to run for office

Alumni Club Circuit
Club News, upcoming events, etc.



W. Mal Wilson '33
a heck of a good skate

Sara Holbrook '66

Dale Kunhert '68
An unsurpassed Down East view

Judith Kenoyer Stoy '71
What she can't tell you

Gwynelle Dismukes '73
An alternative to city life

Kevin Carley '76

Nancy Marshall '82

Jan Dutton '94

Morgan Filler '97
Swimming the world's waters

Kathryn Johnson '00
She was one high diva

Newsmakers &


2000  |  



Hilary Smyth
c/o Katie Mitchell
29 Marlborough Street Apt. #5
Boston, MA 02116

Greetings from Boston. Here's what some of you have sent me. Meghan Matschke is living in northern Virginia/D.C. with Tracy Freuder. She is working for an environmental consulting firm called Project Performance Corporation. She reports that she is seeing lots of Colby people, all having a great time (of course). . . . Jed Donnelly is also in D.C. attending law school at Georgetown University. . . . Heather Izumi is attending Northwestern University for graduate studies in chemistry. . . . Mary Larios is living in Brighton, Mass., with Sarah Cleary, Jason Gatlin and Jose Larios '99 (no relation). She is working in Cambridge at Educators for Social Responsibility, which does K-12 conflict resolution workshops. Sarah works at a transition house for mentally disabled adults, and Jason works at the Harvard Institute of Chemistry and Cell Biology. . . . Amanda Carucci is a banking legal assistant at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in New York City. She is living with Alexis Fine and Amie Mallett, who is now working at Merrill Lynch. They often run into Heather Daur, Morgan McDevitt, Matt Todesca and Ross Frankenfield. Anne Cammack recently visited them in New York before moving to Vail to be a ski instructor. . . . Adam Schwartz is living and working in downtown Chicago for a small software development company. . . . Meghann Foye is working as an assistant editor for, the Web site for Elle magazine. She spent last summer and fall working for Elle in Paris before moving to New York. . . . Annalise Blech is doing well and reports that Cipperly Good is working in Honduras for Habitat for Humanity. . . . Courtney Genovese is enjoying her job in corporate sales at Cambridge Computer Services. She is living in Allston, Mass., with Carrie Keeling, Jen Lisk and Trish Akins. . . . Kate Davies is living in Somerville, Mass., and working as a research chemist for a small start-up in Woburn, Mass. Also living in Somerville are Erin Roberts, Jenny O'Donnell, Melanie Guryansky and Kate Gardiner. Kate is working at Forrester Research in Cambridge, Mass. . . . Chris Duffy is living in N.C. and working for Cisco Systems. . . . Wendy Heywood is in N.J. working for DesignWrite as a meeting planner and has been traveling to cities across the U.S. . . . Christine Dorr has also been traveling for her job at Booz Allen and Hamilton in D.C. and even got to spend some time working in Las Vegas! . . . Ben Humphreys is in Cincinnati working for GE, and Catie Nelson is living in Portland, Maine, with Carolyn Clark and working at the Museum of Art. . . . Dave Ferguson is a set production assistant for an indie film called Pipe Dreams, which is filming in New York City! . . . Krikor Daglian is also in N.Y.C. and was reportedly looking for a job in advertising. He is also working on a few Web sites. One will be like a Web magazine, with short opinion pieces and journal-type articles, and another will be a Zagats-style site that will review diners in N.J. . . . Keep in touch and send me your news! Take care.

–Hilary Smyth




Small Triumphs: Alex Quigley '99 finds reason for both hope and despair in the Mississippi Delta
A Ray of Hope: Brittany Ray '93 inspires where she found her inspiration
An Education CEO: Robert Furek '65 brings accountability to Hartford public schools
Charting Success: James Verrilli '83 directs charter school turn-around in Newark
Perspectives on Reform: Colby experts discuss reform and the purpose of education

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