Annie Wallace ’85

It was great to “see” everyone during our class “Zoom union.” The last few months have been spent re tooling myself for teaching French online. I’m truly hoping we can find a way to function with kids in school without seeing Covid-19 surges. Very grateful to be able to head outdoors and spend time in […]

Walker Cahall ’03

Walker Cahall is working as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator in the realm of climate change, outdoor adventure, and environmentalism in sunny Portland, Oregon. He works with companies big and small to create vibrant and optimistic illustrations. He is also an adjunct professor at Portland State University, teaching freshman and sophomore level design classes. […]

Alexia Allen ’96

I got an old Amish pony team to help expand our market garden. The team knows more about plowing than I ever will. They are voice-activated, solar-powered, reproduce themselves, their exhaust is fertilizer, and they are fully compostable. I have yet to see any electric car beat that. It’s a new phase for Hawthorn Farm. […]

Rebekah McFarland ’05

Lots of changes this year! I am busy but happy working as an archivist for the Sisters of the Living Word in Arlington Heights, IL; volunteering regularly as a book conservation assistant at Chicago’s Newberry Library; running my own bookbinding business, McFarland Book Repair; and making journals for my relatively new Etsy shop, LyranJournals. On […]

Mary Everett Conarroe ’94

Another year in Bakersfield down and another to go. We had another very exciting March Madness, with the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners (Go Runners!) making it to the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden in NYC. We were the first ever 8 seed to do so after wins on the road in three time zones […]

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 […]

Meredith Bressie Herrenbruck ’94

Our beautiful daughter, Elyse, is now one year old. With smarts and a smile that won’t quit, she keeps us busy! Our 6 month craftsman home renovation became a two year adventure but we are glad to say it is complete. Now we just have to look after five chickens, one dog, one child, ourselves […]

Lauren Bangasser ’05

I’ve been living in Memphis, Tn, for three years and recently started working for a great organization called The Kitchen Community. We build beautifully designed Learning Gardens at schools to teach about healthy eating and build community through food. Check it out at www.thekitchencommunity.org 100 learning gardens coming to Shelby County area schools Lauren Bangasser […]

Andrew Tidrick ’87

I’ve got my first 21 year old–watch out. He’s working his way up through the mountain bike world, working at a bike shop and planning to race some this summer–hopefully we’ll get to race a few together. My daughters are going to be halfway done with college at UT Austin this May–whoa. My first Colorado […]