Martin Sproul ’71

Martin has dialed back his law practice and uses his law office mainly to pursue his first profession: teaching Transcendental Meditation. On account of the anxious times in which we live, or perhaps because brain science and trauma therapy have caught up with what Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was teaching half a century ago, these days […]

Robert Gallaway ’59

What are the odds of meeting the first African American to be accepted and graduate from Thacher? The first thing you need to do is get prostate cancer. Then, you have to decide on Proton Beam Therapy at Loma Linda University Hospital. Then, you have to get half naked in a dressing room before your […]

Mary Everett Conarroe ’94

Another year in Bakersfield is in the plans. My husband Jeff is an assistant for Cal State Bakersfield Men’s Basketball. As with all division 1 basketball jobs, a potential move comes every year after March Madness. We’ve already been here 4 years, a record for our family! I am now working as a home health […]

Julia Romano ’00

I’m winding down on my third – yes third – Masters degree – this time a Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy! ‘Twas a seemingly circuitous path getting me here – from journalism, to international relations work, to psychology – and yet the work I’m doing now feels like a straight shot from the heart. […]

Nick Cunningham ’46

Hello classmates and other beneficiaries of Thacher’s exceptional growing up environment: Choosing between Thacher, Harvard College, and Johns Hopkins med school as my #1 priority in terms of loyalty is easy: it’s Thacher. I was SO fortunate, and am everlastingly grateful to my Thacher brothers Ty (’39) and Larry (’42) for telling my parents that […]

Casey Mulchay ’13

Going to school at Northeastern University as a Psychology major. I’m looking forward to being a therapist for adolescents and I currently take part in clubs on campus to raise awareness of mental illnesses. I also am dancing with a club on campus and am in the process of choreographing and teaching a piece to […]

Julia Romano ’00

I remember – more than 15 years ago, can you believe it! – starting a yoga class at Thacher! I had no idea that yoga teaching would become the substance of my life’s work! I’m a full time teacher in Washington, DC, and I lead retreats around the world to beautiful places like Southern Italy, […]

Julia Romano ’00

Just returned from a second extended retreat in India where I completed my 500 hour training in yoga teaching. I’m a full time yoga and meditation teacher in Washington, DC. I lead retreats for mind/body and soul around the world and would love it if some Thacher folks joined me some time! (note, the attached […]