Meredith Bressie Herrenbruck ’94

Our lives are going well in San Anselmo. Our chickens and two dogs happily co-exist. Our want-to-be sustainable garden is slowly coming along, with lots of great fruits and veggies being enjoyed by us and the squirrels. My first book Becoming Ridiculously Awesome will be coming out in a few months. Writing that was more […]

Charles Evans ’68

Spending a lot of time on documentaries and developing features in Europe. Post production always a problem—I don’t have time to spend with an editor and give notes, etc. My blog was hacked, my fan base must be growing, I get hacked more and more aggressively. Enjoy your life! Charles Evans CdeP 1968 aka Carlo […]

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 […]

Lauren Zakarian-Cogswell ’10

Lauren is greatly enjoying her senior year at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where she’s kept busy as Editor-in-Chief of the Wharton International Business Review. After graduating in May with a major in Finance and minor in Art History, she will be moving to New York to join a global investments team […]

Dan Miller ’78

As he noted, I had a great visit from Parker MacCready ’78 not too long ago. Otherwise, I’ve been too out-of-touch with Thacher friends for far too long. As Parker noted, we’re still living in Berkeley. (“We” now being wife Jennie and son Ben, with daughter Sarah off at college; Parker’s daughter is going to […]