Stephen Huyler ’69

In early January of this year, “the 3 Geezers” (so named by the spouse of one of us): Scott Wilson, Peter Goodrich and Steve Huyler, all of the Class of ’69, traveled together for a two-week adventure in South India. We explored remote regions, ancient sites, small villages, temples and palaces while staying in a […]

Mike Voevodsky ’82

Therese and I are in Croatia for the week. Our daughter Mia spent several days along the Dalmatian coast 5 years ago and raved about it: (lots of history, beautiful architecture, the Adriatic Sea, outstanding sea food and affordable – but that was before Game of Thrones. She said “a must see.” So we’re doing […]

Sarah O’Brien ’86

It was wonderful to spend a week up at Golden Trout this summer with classmates Carolyn and Doug Kirkpatrick. I loved taking my sons Pierce (12) and Ronan (10) on their first camping trip with an amazing group of Thacher Alumni and their families. The hikes, delicious food and the spectacular setting were a magnificent […]

Katie Harmon Courage ’01

My latest book, Cultured: How Ancient Foods Can Feed the Microbiome, was published this February by Avery/Penguin Random House. Just a few months before the book’s arrival, my husband, Dave, and I welcomed our first baby–and are beyond grateful to have had Carina Fisher nearby for support! Katie Harmon Courage CdeP 2001

Will Shenton ’09

I’ve been loving my new job at The Richmond Neighborhood Center, a San Francisco nonprofit providing free and low-cost after-school programs, food pantries, home-delivered groceries for seniors, and neighborhood events. Since I last wrote in 2016, I became a founding member of the SF chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, and I’ve been proud […]