Newly discovered trilobite fossil Holmiella domackae was named after Cynthia Wigley Domack ’80, professor of geosciences at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y. One of Domack’s former students, geologist Wesley Gapp, named the species after her in recognition of her influence on his professional development. * In September business newspaper Mainebiz featured Fletcher Kittredge ’84 as an Internet pioneer in the state, and in November he was appointed to the Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting board of directors. Kittredge is founder and CEO of Maine-based telecommunications company GWI, which celebrated its 20th anniversary last year. * Award-winning poet Maria Luisa Arroyo ’89 was named poet laureate of Springfield, Mass., in September. “This honor is for the community, not just for me,” she said. “I am very proud of being from the North End and attending Springfield public schools and being a Latina getting this recognition.” Arroyo has published two collections of poetry, Touching and Naming the Roots of This Tree and Gathering Words: Recogiendo Palabras.