Tyler Lewis ’93 is the new head of school at Kimball Union Academy effective July 1, according to the West Lebanon, N.H., Daily News. Lewis, most recently head of Bishop’s College School in Québec, previously worked at the Holderness School and at Blair Academy. * CBS Corporation named Dana McClintock ’93 executive vice president, chief communications officer, last October. “Dana’s honesty, intelligence, coolness under fire, and overall positive spirit have already distinguished him in our business,” said McClintock’s predecessor Gil Schwartz. * A Q&A with photographer Heather Perry ’93 about her project “Southgate Faces” was featured in the Bangor Daily News. Perry captured “close-up, unflinching color photos” of Bath Iron Works’ workers in a makeshift studio outside the shipyard gates. “These are some of America’s last manufacturing jobs. So who are you?” she said. “We just want to know who you are.” * Ezra Dyer ’99 penned a story for Popular Mechanics about Patch Hurty, son of Lindsay Hayes Hurty ’99, and his quest to collect car badges. Patch’s pitch, sent to more than 50 companies, netted overwhelming results. “Somehow most of these letters found their way to people who wanted to help.” Dyer wrote. The Hurtys were invited to tour the Ford World Headquarters and earned a spot on the CBS Evening News.