Trav Newton ’68

Dan McGilvray and Trav Newton rode the Huntington Trail last January on Alum Day through rain squalls, snow on the ridge, and a rainbow over the valley. In memory of nurse Betty Saunders, they ask classmates who took photos of ’68 who visited her at her home last June to please send images to us, […]

Alexandra Herbert van Helden ’02

After the birth of our second child last year (Maya, 11 mos. Peter 2.75 yrs.), I left my job in health care to become an executive coach. I currently work with managers and executives, from startups to large corporations, to improve individual and team performance. My husband and I still live in San Francisco and […]

Robert Rex ’74

The last two years, I participated and rode every mile of the Pablove Pediatric Cancer Fundraiser. The event starts north of San Francisco and ended in Hollywood, 540 miles in seven days, 340 in the first four. At 62, it’s reasonably grueling… I was on the bike 9.5 hours on day three.  Our four man […]

1982

MIKE VOEVODSKY reporting in for the class, has the following update.  TOM SAIDY; still in DC, Saids says his girls are now in high school and dealing with all those joys.  A new lab puppy is soon to join the family; labrador of course.  Tom, put your good shoes out of reach. MARIAN “MUFFET” HUNTINGTON […]

Sarah O’Brien ’86

Life is wonderful in Santa Barbara for my family. We attended Winter Alumni Day and my sons Pierce (7) and Ronan (6) enjoyed an adventurous ride in the rain up horn canyon, led by Colly Smith (2016). My husband Aaron participated in the trap shoot with several alumni from the 80s. We recently had lunch […]

Scott Ream ’71

Over the last year or so, I have really enjoyed reconnecting with many of my ’71 classmates. In particular, shout out to Kris Meisling & Ginger von Wening, Roger Hooper, Ron Gee—who surprisingly lives less than 1 hour from Debra and I here in Northern NJ (Ron and Gar are up in Warwick NY area), […]

Brian Bennett ’94

The snow has finally melted in Washington, D.C. and our peas and favas beans are buried in the garden ready for spring rains. Carson Campe, my sophomore year roommate, now lives up the road from us, along with his brilliant wife and energetic four children. Our son Timothy, who turns four in August, loves joining […]

Bill Rubenstein ’74

With two friends from Rome (and a local guide), I just completed a rare 200 mile monsoon trek in the Himalayas. In fact, it seems we were among the first ever to visit the remote and restricted Tsum Valley region during the rainy season. Getting through fifty air miles of, hot, jungle canyon was challenging, […]