Ami Becker Aronson ’86

Hard to believe I have lived in DC the past 20 years! I love our nation’s capital and my children are 6th generation. I manage a private foundation and invest in people and ideas (www.bffdc.org). Any toads are always welcome to share arts, culture and democracy! I spent a few days in Reno with Leslie¬†Clark […]

Julie Huntington de Polo ’86

I was recently hired by a fellow Toad, Mary Everett Bourke CdeP 1981, to work with her in development at the Oxbow School, a semester-based arts boarding school in Napa. Thanks to Mimi Van Son, a former Thacher staff member, for recommending me! I joined Mary in pouring our respective wines (Hale Mary and Darioush) […]

Eugene Lewis ’93

I want to thank all my ridiculously transcendent teachers from Thacher. In particular, there is one visiting teacher, Diana Nieves-Miranda, who should know how much she has meant to my life of music and service. I am teaching voice lessons and singing here and there, mostly in and around Portland, Oregon. I am a program […]

Martha Gregory ’06

I just got back from Japan where I was playing with an Australian women’s ultimate Frisbee team at Dream Cup, one of Japan’s biggest tournaments. I’m still living in Brooklyn doing freelance film and video editing. I’m also working on a documentary, called Adaptation Now, about climate change as it starts to seriously affect different […]

Madi Manson ’09

Living in Portland, Oregon, I’m finishing up my BFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art, studying printmaking and textile arts. I am currently deep in the throws of my thesis concerning the joy and beauty of the objects within everyday life through visual explorations in screen printing, letterpress books, and quilt making. Madi Manson CdeP […]

Michael Morse ’69

I am proud to announce my son Elliott’s graduation from Tisch Performing Arts college of NYU, following closely upon my daughter Sophie’s successful completion of a Peace Corps tour in Uganda. She will begin a Fulbright fellowship in Bogota, Colombia, in July. I still live with my wife Sandra and son Oren in Tucson for […]

Steve Huyler ’69

Steve Huyler (CdeP 1969) has departed from his usual focus on the arts and cultures of India to curate an exhibition at Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park, San Diego, entitled: “A Golden Age of Marketing: Huyler’s Pure Delicious Chocolate, 1874-1925.” Huyler’s Candy, founded by Steve’s paternal great-grandfather in New York City, rose to be […]