Bill Rubenstein ’74

During 2018, thanks in part to Thacher-inspired outdoor skills, I enjoyed three rewarding volunteer adventures. First, in January, accompanied by a local guide and one porter, I trekked into a remote region of Nepal where villagers were still living in makeshift huts after the recent, devastating earthquake and hand delivered dozens of warm jackets. Later, […]

Amy Purdie White ’97

My husband Richard and I are continuing to live and travel in our motorcoach while working remote jobs. All of my free time has been consumed by training to compete in the Tour Divide this summer – a 2,700 mile predominantly off-road bicycle race from Banff Canada to the Mexico border that follows the Continental […]

Amy Purdie White ’97

For the last year and a half I have been living in an RV with my husband and traveling the country while working remotely. In our travels I was able to catch up separately with classmates Jon Newman and Jaime Kellogg. Jaime and I reigned supreme in some competitive family card games which brought back […]