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 […]

Randy Head ’74

This July, Cambridge University Press published my latest book, a history of record keeping in Europe from 1400-1700. Indirectly inspired by the digital revolution, it looks at how changes in making, keeping and using documents helped support the rise of modern societies and politics. Meanwhile, I’m just back from the Canary Islands, where I served […]

Peter Dunne ’81

I got to hang out with fellow CdeP 1981 members Mariana Schwartz Smith, Marci Dabbs, Dianna Marguleas, Owen Bly and Alex Calhoun while listening to our classmate Glen Gold read from his new book in the same room that has seen the likes of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Paul Krassner, Timothy Leary and Jack Kerouac. Pretty cool. Peter Dunne CdeP 1981

Carrie Johnston ’88

I love living and teaching in Berkeley and feel lucky my kids are in Berkeley schools. When not teaching, reading, or hiking, I spend a lot of time writing postcards to voters; attending political meetings with other middle-aged middle class women; going to marches; and generally rabble-rousing. Our new family pastime (besides protesting) is Family […]

Rose Minier ’98

In the last few months, I have taken up work as the accountant for a non-profit that works on creating more affordable housing, while supporting existing projects. I’m still in Seattle, protesting and resisting all of the nonsense, and continuing to run my labor-of-love non-profit GeekGirlCon. When I get any free time, I spend it […]