Tag Archive for 1988

CLASS OF 1988 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Hillary writes for this issue. Greetings, classmates. I had the good fortune of catching up with Bronwyn Poole in November when I traveled to Chicago on business. My other news is that I adopted a new pup at the end of the summer; he’s keeping me active and smiling. Robert Wilder ’88 draws on his…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Peter writes for this issue. Justine Gubar reports: “I’ve moved to Miami to work at Fusion, Univision’s English-language cable network and digital platform, as the supervising producer of investigations.” Pat McDarrah connected with some classmates in San Francisco, notably Jono Marcus, Andy Weissman, Robert Wilder, and Michael Shaffer. Pat writes, “Rob’s new novel, Nickel, is…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Hillary writes for this issue. Lisa Renery reports that she recently left Ancestry.com for a design research role at UBER’s San Francisco headquarters. She is one of two other Wes alums on her team (Jenny Lo ’10 and Hilary Hoeber ’96). Lisa’s been having fun commemorating/commiserating with classmates Rick Stein, Paulette Taylor and Brad Kramer…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Peter writes for this issue: Andy Stewart won his third election as Orangetown, N.Y., town supervisor and is “excited to work on local government stuff for another two years. Rachel Grob and I are headed toward the 30th anniversary this September of our meeting in the reading room of the Science in Society Program, and just moved to a new house…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Hillary writes for this issue. Greetings classmates. You will see that our notes this time around are pretty slim; we hope you’ll update us on your news so that we’ll have more to share next time. Ilya Vinkovetsky writes, “This year I am a visiting scholar at the University of Helsinki. My work here is about how…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Peter writes for this edition. Sarah Rickless Baker reports that she has been studying and teaching at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., for the past 10 years. “I am now on the slow track to a PhD in writing and rhetoric. In addition to lots of teaching, last year I became director of the Northern Virginia…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Hillary writes for this issue. Greetings Wesleyan Class of 1988. By the time you read this, Boston may finally be starting to melt from the endless snow, and I might actually be able to see some pavement again. My partner-in-class-notes-crime, Peter Bond, writes: “Zahra and I are settling into our new Rhode Island life. I’ve…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Peter writes for this issue. Kellina (Kelli) Craig-Henderson reports: “I am currently representing the U.S. National Science Foundation in Asia, specifically Japan. I will be here for the next year or two, and I would welcome hearing from any classmates or Wesleyan alum traveling through or residing in Japan.” Steve Almond shares: “We are now…

CLASS OF 1988 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

Hillary writes for this issue: Not many responses to my call for class notes, so I imagine you are all very busy enjoying spring. Donna Propp writes: “Last summer I received an Earthwatch educator grant to travel to Easter Island to study its history and ecology and to assist with a local reforestation program. I…

Class of 1988 | 2014 | Issue 1

Peter writes for this issue. Kelli Craig-Henderson reports: “I am just packing up for a move to Japan to head the U.S. National Science Foundation’s Tokyo Office. I’d enjoy hearing from any classmates who happen to be in my new neighborhood.” After some 25 years of working for print newspapers, Jenifer McKim is moving into…