As the last ambassador to Venezuela, Patrick Duddy ’72 was interviewed on NPR’s All Things Considered in March (“Venezuela-U.S. Relations Could Thaw After Chavez”). Duddy is a visiting senior lecturer at Duke University’s Center for International Studies. F Nancy Gottlund Ghertner ’71 has had her documentary After I Pick the Fruit: The Lives of Migrant Women screened worldwide, including in New York, N.Y.; Davis, Calif.; and Dublin, Ireland, recently. F Allan Rancourt ’75 was named to the Inland Hospital (Waterville, Maine) board of trustees. Rancourt is president of Kennebec Federal Savings Bank. F Apple historian John Bunker ’72 was featured in the article “Forgotten Fruit” in Mother Jones magazine for his quest to bring back preindustrial-agriculture apples such as the Blake, the Harrison, and the Fletcher Sweet.