Tag Archive for 1999

CLASS OF 1999 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Greetings ’99ers! We’re either so busy surviving the throes of the “sandwich” years between caring for younger children and aging parents, or everyone in our class is starting a company in stealth mode and doesn’t want to talk about it. Only a handful of submissions this time. If you enjoy reading this column, please take…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Jessica Sanders was interviewed by Girl Talk HQ to discuss her 2010 documentary, March of the Living, which tells the tale of the last generation of Holocaust survivors who traveled to Poland to retrace the death march from Auschwitz to Birkenau. Chad Bartell lives in Madison, Wis., working as an in-house counsel with Springs Window…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Kevin writes: Was glad to see several folks send in updates, including quite a few first-timers. Amelia Borofsky kicks us off with an offer that I hope someone takes her up on: “Wes folks are always welcome to come visit me in Hawai’i or Rarotonga! Mi casa es tu casa.” Amelia lives in Hawaii and…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Darryl writes: After nearly 17 years living in the Bay Area, Tara Cohen—along with partner, child, dog, and two cats—packed up and laid down new roots in Ann Arbor, Mich. Last spring, Kareem George concluded his tenure at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to pursue entrepreneurial interests. He is now engaged full time with his company, Culture Traveler (culturetraveler.com), a…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Rachel Quinn lives with her partner, Eesha Pandit, in Houston. Earlier this year, they joined 10 of Rachel’s 12 siblings and hundreds of family members in laying her father Dr. Bernard Kwesi Glover to rest in his home village of Akutukope in the Volta Region of Ghana. This fall Rachel will start a tenure-track position in…

MARC J. AUGUSTINE ’99

MARC J. AUGUSTINE, an artist who specialized in structural displays and graphics, died Oct. 26, 2014, at age 38. He also studied at Dartmouth College and received his BFA degree from the University of Connecticut. An award-winning artist in creative design concepts, he created unique environments for Urban Outfitters and had won numerous best of…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Kevin writes: Limited submissions this time, so please take a few minutes and send in your updates for the next Wes Mag so we can hear what you’re up to! For example, I recently heard from Mark Zubko, but he quickly went to ground again after the Seahawks lost in the Super Bowl. He may…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Jeff Blumenthal started graduate school at San Francisco State University for geography with a concentration in natural resources management. Dan Shotz’s wife, Emily, gave birth to twins, Zelda and Zachary, on July 10, 2014, in Los Angeles. They join 4-year-old Lily. “Everyone is doing well, except for the part of us that likes to sleep.…

CLASS OF 1999 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

1999 ARCHIVES | HOME ← 1998 | 2000 → Class Notes has entered the social media age! Several submissions for this issue were first posted on WesConnect. The new magazine site (magazine.wesleyan.edu) also has a Class Notes section where we can post overflow information and photos, so please start submitting them! Farrah Darbouze married Jessica…