Don Snyder ’72 was featured on the BBC Scotland’s show “The Nine” highlighting his Caddie School for Soldiers, which welcomed its first class of students to St. Andrews last year. The world’s first caddie training school for wounded vets honors past soldiers as well as the new generation of soldiers, Snyder told the BBC Scotland. * Sharon Walsh McNally ’76 has joined the board of Jamaica Plain’s Community Servings, a nonprofit providing medically tailored meals and nutrition services to critically and chronically ill individuals and their families. McNally is president of Boston’s Camp Harbor View and chief of staff in the Connors Family Office, also in Boston. * Marine toxicologist Riki Ott ’76, director of the nonprofit ALERT, discussed the lasting effects of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on an NBC News feature in March. “Dispersants have been the go-to, sort of the red herring: ‘Oh, this stuff works, and it just disappears and goes away,’” Ott said. “We know it doesn’t go away, and it does more harm than good.” Ott is also in two recent documentary films: A Concerned Citizen: Civics in Action (2019) and The Cost of Silence (2020), an exposé about the long-term health effects of the BP disaster. * Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alan Taylor ’77 has been elected to the American Philosophical Society in the social sciences section. Taylor is the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Chair in American History at the University of Virginia.