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Long Reach
Maine economic developers enlist far-flung alumni in effort to create new international business.

Lasting Impression
Astronaut David M. Brown, who died in the space shuttle Columbia, left his mark when he appeared at Colby.


Frances Vitaglione '63
Finding a Future

Fred Valone '72
Spiritual Challenge

Ari Druker '93
Asia Major

Sarah Toland '00
A Step Ahead

Newsmakers &


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Laura Senier
38 Pitts Street
Natick, MA 01760


Attentive readers of this column will have noted that in the summer issue I reported on what I then believed to be the first set of twins born to the family of '90ers (to Jill Cote Rakowski, in April 2002). In my last column, I reported a rumor that Peter Bryant and his wife, Cosima, had 1-year-old twin daughters and that Greg Lundberg and his wife, Ann, welcomed twins in July 2002. While I've had no updates from Jill or Greg, I have heard from Peter, who wrote to tell me that his daughters, Mila Sauge and Solenne Loup, were born in August 2001. The twins are now "walking, making animal noises and constantly making us laugh as we chase them around the house." Peter has just accepted a job heading up communications for World Wide Fund for Nature's Endangered Sea Programme; they are now living in Nyon, Switzerland. And I got a rather sleepily terse note from Richard Robin, who said, "my wife, Nurit, and I have 2-year-old twin girls, Eliana Jordan and Yonit Noa--we also have a 4.5-month-old baby girl, Maya Liat--we live in Los Angeles and sleep very little." Dare I ask if there are any '90ers out there with triplets? Quads? . . . Well, even without any more multiple births, the family of 1990 is growing by leaps and bounds. Eileen Kinney Lindgren is taking some time off from consulting in high-tech marketing to stay home with her five-month old daughter, Hali Ruth. Eileen and her husband, John, live in the Bay Area, and Eileen frequently sees Suzanne Koumantzelis McCormac and her two children, Chloe and Ian, who live nearby. . . . In March 2002 Tim '91 and Liza Barber Moynihan moved to Colorado, where Tim took a job with They are expecting "baby #3" in March, and Liza is planning to pursue a nursing degree to be a labor and delivery nurse. . . . Jennifer Alexander Honig and her husband, Larry, welcomed the birth of their daughter, Samantha Jordan, in September 2000. They live in Pittsburgh, Pa., where Jenny is the director of marketing for Amperion, Inc. Jenny keeps in touch with Sheri Berger Bronstein, who is living in Hoboken, N.J., with her husband, Teddy. Sheri is working for the Bank of America and frequently sees Meg Christie '89, who was to give birth to twins (yikes, more twins!). . . . Bebe Clark Bullock wrote that "all is well with the Bullocks in Vermont. Our son, Silas Field Bullock, was born on November 19. Our daughter, Adelaide, 6, and son, Liam, 4, were eager to welcome him to the world." . . . Stephen Nahley says that he and his wife are still living in New York City, where Steve is a real estate attorney for a law firm on Wall Street and his wife is in private practice as a psychotherapist. Their daughter, Charlotte, just turned 2. Steve recently saw Mark Smith, Mike Grant and Mike's wife, Heidi (Meehan '91), at Jim Reduto's house for a barbecue. The Grants have three kids now, the Smiths have one, and the Redutos had one on the way. . . . Elaine Kaufman Goldman is also doing the full-time mom thing with her two daughters, Louisa, 4, and Eleanor, 2. She and her husband, Michael, live in St. Louis, where Matt '91 and Becky Streett Melander '91 have just moved into the neighborhood. Elaine is hoping that this group of three will get some momentum going for a St. Louis Colby Club. Elaine also enjoyed a visit from Erica Hoffmeister Supple, who made the trip from Boston with her daughter, Delaney, 3. . . . Mel Balboni finished her pediatrics residency at Children's Hospital of Orange County in June 2002 and is now a first-year Pediatric Rheumatology Fellow at Stanford University. . . . Nate Clapp is currently in Washington, D.C., working as a freelance camera assistant/cameraman. He recently traveled to Uzbekistan as part of a documentary film crew for the PBS show "Journey to Planet Earth," which mainly focused on environmental concerns. They were in Uzbekistan primarily to film the Aral Sea, which has shrunk by 40 percent since the 1960s due to aggressive irrigation during the Soviet era. . . . Susanna Beevers married Andy Seem last summer at the Chatham Bars Inn on Cape Cod. Sue writes, "there was a good Colby crew in attendance. The Colby bridesmaids were Sarah Hayne Reilly, Sara Madden Curran, Cindy Demskie Mulligan, Jen Lally Kent and Lisa Shactman. Dyanne Kaufman Hayes, John '88 and Kristin Hock Davie, Elizabeth LeRoy Clothier and Emilie Davis Kosoff were also there to celebrate with us." . . . Tim Tanguay was married to Deana Goldsmith (Brandeis '90) in October in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. They are living in San Francisco, where Tim is VP of technology for the Perishables Group. . . . And finally, word that one of our expatriates is returning home! Tanya Gross Chevalier and her husband and two daughters are moving back to Chicago after living in France for 10 years. Tanya is apprehensively anticipating a little reverse culture shock and all the things she will miss about France (for example, the cheese) but consoles herself with thoughts of things she will not miss about France (for example, the strikes!). . . . Please keep those cards and letters coming!

--Laura Senier


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Lesley Eydenberg Bouvier
26 Swallow Drive
Hollis, NH 03049
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Jennifer Flynn
16 Lakeville Road #12A
Jamaica Plain, MA 02043-3638


The magazine staff apologizes--that this column, which I wrote last September, disappeared in the editing process before resurfacing this spring. Too bad, because I had just come back from a wonderful weekend in Maine. Kurt Whited, Cory Snow and I were at Sandy Colhoun's family home on Vinalhaven--off the coast of Rockland. We hiked in the rain, jumped in the freezing cold Atlantic, sat up late watching shooting stars--it was just like COOT, only with showers and better food! . . . Andy and Amy Davis Brydges had a boy, Charles Thomas Brydges, last April 16. On Mother's Day they moved to Amy's hometown of Suffield, Conn. . . . AFC Enterprises, Inc., appointed Felise Glantz Kissell director of investor relations and finance. Felise also is an adjunct professor at New York University, teaching courses on capital markets and institutional investment processes at NYU's Marketing and Management Institute. . . . Dana Stinson returned from working in Kosovo and Bosnia in the summer of 2001. Since then she has done various jobs, including teaching. She was back in Maine working with the Democratic Party on the 2002 elections. . . . Michael Doubleday lives in Deerfield, Mass., and teaches and coaches at Eaglebrook School. He sees a lot of Toby Emerson '88, who now teaches at Deerfield Academy. . . . Kary Wilkins Franchetti completed her M.B.A. at the University of Southern Maine. . . . Tim Palmer, who has been living in Japan since just after graduation, built a house and opened his own English language school two years ago. He and Mika have been married for five years and have a son, Alec, 4. Tim studies karate and has advanced from student to instructor. He was back in the U.S. last summer and saw Eric and Jen Hale Orchard, who live in East Boothbay, Maine. . . . Rachel and Josh Wolman moved last year from New York City to Washington, D.C., where Josh works as the director of admissions and financial aid at the Sidwell Friends School. Their first child, Lily Anne Wolman, was born April 30, 2002. . . . Greg Jacobson lives in Annapolis, Md., with his wife of four years, Carrie (a Bucknell grad). Their first child, Brady Jacobson, joined them on July 9, 2002. Greg is a training and development director for American Power Conversion and spends his weeks between Rhode Island and Annapolis. . . . Kay Cowperthwait wrote: "I am living in Northampton, Mass., with my partner and our daughter, Sophie, who was born on March 20, 2001. I am still the head women's ice hockey coach at Amherst College, where I've been for five years. I'm also the assistant women's golf coach, and I'm enjoying both assignments." . . . Jazzy D--a.k.a. Dan Raymont--is still living in L.A. with his wife, BonBon. He performed in The Dreamcatcher at the Boston Center of the Arts. The show, written by his wife and choreographed by his sister-in-law, incorporated theater martial arts, opera and dance. He also has been writing and performing sketch comedy with Second City in L.A. Keep your eyes peeled for him on the big screen in View from the Top and Carolina and a Keystone Light commercial. . . . Meredith Master is an attorney at the SEC in Washington. She stays in touch with Josh Ulick, who is married to Nicole St. John '92 and works at Newsweek. . . . Linnea Oliver O'Neil still lives in Wellesley Hills, Mass., with her husband, Micah (whose brother, Jamie O'Neil, and his wife, Joyce, are Colby '83 and '84). Linn was director of a preschool until last year when she began staying home with their two children, Brendan, 4, and Mackenzie, 1. Last September Linn had lunch with Kristen Woods and Sally White Eastman (and her baby, Jake). . . . Edie and Keith Thomajan finalized the adoption of their son, Harlan, who was born in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. They were in the city for nine weeks before coming home as a family in early January of '02. About the same time that they met Harlan, Keith assumed the executive director job at Camp Fire USA's Portland (Ore.) Metro Council, a youth-development organization offering educational and recreational opportunities to young people in the community. They've been in Portland almost three years and think it's a great place to live and raise a family. They get out to the Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood, and Keith does "an okay amount" of mountaineering and backcountry telemarking. . . . Campbell Field lost his job at a dot-com last year in the dot-com crash and now is at General Dynamics Electric Boat. Cam also started law school at night while working full time during the day. . . . Brynne McCormick and Christianmichael ("Mort") Kristan, of Basalt, Colo., are the parents of Rowan Wolf Kristan, born on August 1, 2002, in Aspen, Colo., at 8 lbs., 9 oz. . . . Todd Pritsky is still director of e-learning at a telecommunications training company just outside Burlington, Vt. He got married on September 23 "to a wonderful woman," Stefanie Otterson, in a small wedding in a birch grove at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vt. Christianmichael "Mort" Kristan, Aaron Mosher, Dave Douglass and Evan Metcalf (best man) attended. . . . I finished my master's at Harvard this past June. I am now the associate director for advancement and planning at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. I'm still trying to figure out what I'm supposed to be doing, but so far it's stimulating and fun!

--Jen Flynn

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William Higgins
31 Colonial Road
Hingham, MA 02043-3638


It truly is a small world. Last week a young man (obviously out for a brisk lunchtime power walk) bumped his thigh on my briefcase. I noticed he was wearing Colby Spandex, a Colby sweatshirt and a Canton High School knit cap. As he apologized I realized it was Rob DeLello, who, since he does not have e-mail, brought me up to date right then and there. He and his wife, Kate, had a baby boy, James Carty, on August 30, 2002. James was welcomed home by his sister, Annie, 4, and his brother, Tommy, 3. . . . Craig Mertens and Kris McGrew moved from Stoneham to Wakefield, Mass., in May and say they are still spending way too much time at Home Depot. They both work in Boston--Kris in the admitting department at New England Medical Center Hospital, where she's the senior insurance pre-certification coordinator, and Craig in the college textbook division of Houghton Mifflin publishing company, where he manages the contracts, permissions and digital rights department. . . . Kimberly Kennedy White is living in Tampa, Fla., with her husband, Kent, and their dog, Scout, a seven-pound Havanese. They celebrated their first anniversary in November. Kimberly is still practicing as a physical therapist and has her master's of science in physical therapy (M.S.P.T.). She has had the honor of working with professional dancers such as the Lord of the Dance tour group when they were in town. . . . Jenny Alfond Seeman and her husband just moved back from Berlin, Germany, to Weston, Mass., where they are having a great time visiting with Colby friends in the area. On September 29, they had their third child, Tate William. Jenny says he is healthy and thriving and that his two older sisters seem enchanted with him so far. She had a great time last summer in Waitsfield, Vt., at the wedding of Katherine Rynearson to Steve Tagtmeier. K-K Smith and Christy O'Rourke were also in the wedding. . . . Chantal Begin is living in Mt. View, Calif., and has been working as a clinical psychologist at the Palo Alto Veterans Hospital. She still manages to return home to Sugarloaf to visit her family once a year. She spent some time last summer with Heather Ferguson, who is living in Massachusetts, and also ran into Derek Bettencourt in California. . . . Jill Collett Donohue had her third son on November 4. She reports that everyone is doing great. . . . Laura (Fogarty '93) and Matt Nerney's first child is due on May 1. . . . Andrea Stanley Loeb and her husband, Jason, had a baby boy, Owen Stanley Loeb, born April 1, 2002, in Boston, Mass. . . . Hilda Westervelt checked in: "Although I have been in Greece a lot lately, I am getting my Ph.D. at Harvard University in classical archaeology. At the moment, I am writing from Athens, where I am writing my dissertation on Greek architectural sculpture. I am hoping to finish this year and am applying for teaching jobs at colleges and universities all over the country (including Bowdoin!)." . . . Scott Alprin completed the Marine Corps Marathon (in D.C.) and the New York Marathon on successive weekends (Oct. 27 and Nov. 3). In New York, he and two other guides helped a blind runner from Japan. They are members of a group called Achilles Track Club, which is dedicated to helping disabled runners participate in events for the general public. Their time was 5 hours, 41 minutes and 27 seconds, Scott said, "and we came in 28,978th. He did it! My knee hurts a bit!" . . . Tabby Archer Biddle is teaching yoga in New York City and just had her debut as a cabaret singer. . . . Patricia Baldridge Wickliffe is enjoying living in Nottingham, N.H. (where she teaches the third grade), with her husband, David (he went to UNH), and their two dogs. . . . Tara McDonough has a new job as a researcher at San Francisco's PBS/NPR affiliate, KQED. She is still doing lots of improv theater. She was looking forward to seeing Daniel Bar-Zeev Price at Thanksgiving now that he's finished his first novel and has returned to the social world. . . . Jessica Maclachlan Hall and her husband are very happy in Colorado (and say they are never going back to Atlanta). . . . In March 2002 Warren Claytor passed the last of nine licensing exams to be a registered architect and started his own architecture firm in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He specializes in residential architecture as well as custom vacation homes. He and his wife, Caroline, are renovating the old farmhouse they live in on a horse farm, and he welcomes visitors to the Philadelphia area. . . . Keep the updates coming.

--William Higgins


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Beth Curran
64 Dane Street #1
Somerville, MA 02143


Emilie Abair Barmashi sent news of Beth Montgomery, who recently moved back to Massachusetts with her husband, Phil. Emilie, who attended Beth's wedding in Cushing, Maine, over Labor Day weekend, lives in the Albany, N.Y., area with her husband and their son, Steven. . . . Rachael Kriteman-Landau married Mayer Landau in Swampscott, Mass., on September 1, 2002, with Robin Lauzon in attendance. Rachael received her master's in corporate public relations from Boston University and now lives in Rochester, N.Y., where her husband is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester. Rachael is a marketing and sales executive at WXXI, Public Broadcasting Council in Rochester, and she and Mayer enjoy scuba diving, hiking and paddling in their new kayak. . . . Carrie Smith is working in development at the Tower School in Marblehead, Mass., and moonlights as a gardener for an estate in Beverly Farms. Carrie and her boyfriend, Tom, raced all summer in a one-design sailboat series. Carrie says that Sumner Lemon is still enjoying Tapeii and is the chief correspondent in Tawain for IDG publications. She also sends news of Kristine Deupree Cramer, who spent more than a month last summer with her husband and friends canoeing in Alaska. Still living in Sonora, Calif., she is looking into going back to school for a graduate degree in environmental policy. Carrie also recently caught up with Jason Soules, who is living in Cambridge, Mass., with his wife and has a consulting job that often takes him to Portland, Maine. Carrie reports that Dan O'Grady is living on an island off the coast of Maine and working as a fellow with the Lobster Conservancy. . . . John and Katie Olsen Smith own a home in Steamboat Springs, Colo., where Katie teaches at a private school. They visited Kathaleen Smyth and her boyfriend, Matt, who live in a 1920s farmhouse in Hyde Park, Vt., where Kathaleen is employed with a worldwide walking vacation company, occasionally taking advantage of fringe benefit trips, including a recent adventure to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Kathaleen writes: "Nive Filipo Bailey and husband Tim recently relocated within San Francisco, Calif., where Nive continues to work with Intel. Just a few blocks away in San Francisco are Wendy Holcombe, husband Carl Kawaja and baby Catherine. Speaking of babies, Susan Furst Knight, husband Bill and daughter Abby recently relocated from N.Y.C. to Old Greenwich, Conn., and are also expecting another baby! Susan is preparing to join the board of a nonprofit program for substance abuse treatment and prevention. Hilary Gehman, having represented all of us as a member of the U.S. women's rowing team in the Sydney Olympics, is now in pursuit of a seat in the 2004 Olympics!" Training has kept Hilary on the road. Recently she was in Seville, Spain, rowing in the quad in the World Championships. Hilary somehow manages to find time as Georgetown's freshman women's crew coach. . . . Lenny Baker married Dawn Cunningham in St. Mary's Church in Cranston, R.I., on August 10. They visited Key West and Aruba on their honeymoon and now make their home in Pawtucket, where Lenny is a teacher and head football coach at Cranston West High School. . . . Ben Clough is in the Marine Corps Reserve as a javelins platoon commander with 1st Battalion, 25th Marines out of Ft. Devens, Mass. He completed his active duty tour with the Marines in February 2002 and has been working for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. He and his wife, Liz, and their son, Charlie, recently moved to Wells, Maine, and Ben and Liz are expecting their second child this summer. . . . Louise Jalbert Brogan lives in Niskayuna, N.Y., with her husband and son and works at General Electric Global Research as a lead biochemist. Louise recently visited Suzie Girard on her way to a meeting in Santa Cruz, Calif. . . . Jamie Perlman is in his first year at the Marshall School of Business at USC in Los Angeles. . . . Beth Foohey married David Moore on November 16 on Cape Cod. Attending the wedding were Erin McTernan Aaron, Sue Kairnes Baker, Sue Liacos-Dix, Sarah Oelkers and Jon '94 and Kristen Schuler Scammon. Beth, a second grade teacher, and Dave went to the tropics for their honeymoon. Kristen and Jon were expecting their first baby in January. Erin and her husband, Bryan, were expecting their second child (daughter Katy is 2) in January as well. Sue Liacos-Dix recently started her own business, Ipswich River Scrapbooking Company. Sarah, Sue Kairnes Baker and her husband, Steve, were training for the Walt Disney Marathon in January. . . . Sarah Steindel Keating is the director of admissions for Keystone College, a small private liberal arts college in northeastern Pennyslvania. Her husband is "Mr. Mom," taking care of their daughter, Isabel, full time while running a travel business, Venture Travel, from home. Sarah is still working for the National Ski Patrol on the weekends and got "certified" in April 2000. She is one of a small number of women at this level in the United States. . . . John Veilleux is an attorney in Portland, Maine. . . . Jon Eddinger is also in Maine, where he is in the midst of his cardiology fellowship at Maine Medical Center. Jon is engaged to be married to Robin Currier in June and says, "It seems as though I've been in school forever, but I love it." . . . Thanks to everyone who sent in news, and I am looking forward to seeing you all at reunion!

--Beth Curran


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Tracy K. Larsen
1747 Curtis Ave.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266


Julie Ackerman married William T. Kaeli Jr. on June 2, 2001, in Bay Head, N.J. . . . Stephen Doherty is working in the biomedical field at a small company in Cambridge, Mass. On August 24, he married Emily Webster, who just completed her J.D. at Quinnipiac University School of Law and is now a clerk at the N.H. Superior Court in Strafford County. They honeymooned in Vero Beach, Fla., and now live in Newmarket, N.H., with their cat, Bubba. . . . Kristin King married Brett Farbstein on August 25, 2002. Attending were Deb Fitzpatrick, Peter and Sally Reis DelGreco, Marc Dantos, Eric Burger and Susie Belknap. Kristin and Brett bought a home in Durham, Maine. She is finishing grad school at USM in public policy and management and working as a researcher on a study looking at the cost and quality of child care across the state. Sally and Peter moved to Portland in February a year ago, and Susie Belknap also moved to the area last summer. . . . Elizabeth Labovitz married Noah D. Smith last August in Gloucester, Mass. They are now living in Providence, R.I. . . . Bonnie Johnson and Elliott Barry married in September in Wilbraham, Mass., with Jared Morgan as best man. Bonnie is a project coordinator with Education Development Center Inc. in Newton. Elliott is a financial analyst with Saint Gobain Inc. in Worcester. Then on October 19, Jared married Cathleen Kennedy Maurer on Block Island, R.I. Cathleen, a Fairfield University graduate, is an associate director for new business at ESPN Magazine and in New York. Jared is a VP for commercial real estate disposition and lease restructuring at Excess Space Disposition, a real estate company in Lake Success, N.Y. . . . Ed and Kara Gilligan Ramirez had a baby girl, Sophia Jane, in March 2002. They live in Brookline, Mass. . . . Paul Matthews and his wife welcomed a son Quinn Donald last April. Paul is the director of government and public affairs at the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce. Joan and Jeffrey Cohen, both attorneys at Wyeth Aherst Pharmaceuticals near Philadelphia, welcomed son Timothy Asher in August. Jeff and Paul look forward to their sons continuing their tradition of arguing the Red Sox vs. Yankees rivalry. . . . Lauren and Erik Cole-Johnson had a baby girl, Ingrid Alana Cole-Johnson, on June 8. . . . Amy Wrentmore and Jan Dutton had a baby girl, Sydney Elaine, in June 2002. They still live in Charlottesville, Va. . . . On September 1, 2002, Richard and Laura Eanes Martin had their first baby, 8 lbs., 9oz. Isabel Katherine Martin. Laura is not teaching this year (at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ, where they have been for eight years!), but she is running a dorm and is an academic advisor for part of the junior class. Recently, Stacey Warner and Andie Sulak flew in from San Francisco, Calif., to visit. Then Chris Abbott (N.YC.), Ham Thompson (Boston) and Elizabeth Bancroft (who just moved close to Laura) visited for lunch. Laura said that Ham and Chris haven't changed an iota since the day she met them so they had a great time. . . . Alice (Amstutz '95) and Greg McDonald had a baby girl, 6 lbs., 11 oz. Molly Annette McDonald, on Nov. 11, 2002. Both Molly and Alice are doing well. . . . Sharon and Matthew Salah are the proud parents of 2-year-old daughter Bethany. . . . Rev. Katie Morrison was ordained in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) on October 21, 2001. She is the national field organizer for More Light Presbyterians, a nonprofit organization working for the full welcome and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered persons and their friends and families in the life and ministry of the Presbyterian Church. She and her partner, the Rev. Curran Reichert, celebrated their "holy wedding union" on February 17, 2002. John Cook '92 participated in the service. . . . Melissa Wilcox will finish her curacy at the Church of the Holy Comforter in Kenilworth, Ill. (just north of Chicago) and move to Madison, Wis., this summer. Her husband, Adam Kradel, is pursuing a Ph.D. in political science at the University of Wisconsin. They bought a house two miles from the university and blocks from the arboretum and lakes. She hopes to find work in a downtown Episcopal Church. . . . Last November Trezlen Drake became a staff attorney with the Catholic Social Services Immigration and Refugee Services Program in Anchorage, Alaska. . . . Josette Huntress Holland and her husband spent six weeks last summer in Guatemala learning Spanish, then took a four-week trip to Italy and the U.K. with their family. . . . Sara Ferry Gyan recently met up with Lori Cohen Sherf and Kamin McClelland Macomber in Las Vegas and, together with their husbands, celebrated Kamin's 30th birthday. Lori and her husband, David, just bought a house in Marblehead, Mass., and are expecting their second child in April. Kamin and her husband live in Walnut Creek, Calif. Kamin is still at ModemMedia and was recently promoted to media director for their San Francisco office. . . . Ethan and Milly Noyes Stephenson expected their first child in March. . . . Jess Matzkin spent last summer leading an outdoor adventure trip (backpacking, climbing, rafting, kayaking) for teenagers in the Pacific Northwest. She was in New England in August for Elizabeth Labovitz's "beautiful wedding," where she saw Michelle Tadros, Kimberly Valentine Walsh, Stephanie Goff and Allison Guth Wells. Michelle and Kimberly are both living in Denver, Colo., and Jess is working towards her master's in social work at Boston College.

--Tracy K. Larsen


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When Lee L'Heureux '03 arrived at Colby, WMHB radio was in a funk.
He and a band of devotees have worked to make WMHB better than ever.

The Forgotten War
A half-century after a truce ended war on the Korean Peninsula,
Colby veterans remember the call to serve.

Colby, As They See It
Colby enlisted students, staff and faculty, and sent them out to
take photos of the Colby experience--and it's not what you might expect.

In Defense of Humanity
Martha Walsh '90 works on the ultimate human rights cases:
genocide trials at The Hague.

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