Tom Hale ’86

Like everyone one else, I’ve found myself at home with my kids and spending more time on Zoom. While Zoom is no substitute for in person connections, I’ve really enjoyed reconnecting with lots of people from years past, in particular, the memorable filmmakers of Tri-Snake Productions – Mike Kim, John Redfern, and Dave Richardson, all […]

Sarah Lavender Smith ’86

After some 25 years of living in the East Bay Area, Morgan (’85) and I are moving year-round to the outskirts of Telluride. We bought property there and have spent the past three years planning and building a home and barn. It’s been a long, exciting process, and we encourage alumni to get in touch […]

Tyfahra Singleton ’96

Recently became Executive Director of a summer camp for Bay Area kids from low-income communities. Kids, many of whom have never been away from home, spend 3 weeks in beautiful San Gregorio near Half Moon Bay, swimming, camping, hiking, reading, doing adventure math, visiting farms, bonding and being kids. I spend a lot of time […]

Marian Huntington Schinske ’82

My son Robert just started his first year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, so we’re experiencing the eerie quiet of the “empty nest.” I’m sure many of my classmates are going through or have gone through the same thing. My heart goes out to you all! In other news, through my nonprofit NovatoSpirit, I’m […]

David Cline ’87

David is returning home to Southern California after 30 years! He’ll be a tenured Associate Professor of History and helping to lead a new “Area of Excellence” initiative in the Digital Humanities at San Diego State University starting fall 2017. And his second book, From Reconciliation to Revolution, which explores religion in the civil rights […]