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, […]

Annie Nyborg ’00

As sustainability director at Peak Design, I recently produced a short film with Ben Moon called Grizzly Country about Doug Peacock (father of former Thacher classmate, Laurel Peacock ’00). The film will be premiering at Banff Film Festival this fall and also screened at Wild & Scenic Film Fest in January before a public release. […]

Ken Jacobs ’68

After our 50th reunion, our classmate George Brown joined the Thacher wilderness helicopter evacuation club, like Mully and Kevin Berigan. He has news articles about it (he was lying on the ground three days and two nights before being found, near death), so he can best tell the story. Ken Jacobs CdeP 1968

Charles Burton Evans Jr. ’68

Strange Daze or as my daughter says “the duality of life.” My place burned down in a wild fire, where I could have been killed and I lost everything…. Global warming, even the fire station was partial burned down and the fire teams ran for their lives too. The brush beyond dry, we have been […]

Sarina Patel ’10

I’m in my last semester now at Middlebury College–due to graduate in February. Last spring, I completed a year-long geology thesis on the magmatic history of a volcano in New Zealand (where I studied abroad), and I will be presenting my research at a conference in October. Last summer, I spent a fantastic three months […]

Jeff Manson ’98

On September 21st, I got married to my best friend & art collaborator Vanessa Waring! We had a great shin-dig at Gospel Flat Farm, where Bronwen Halsey (CdeP 1998) lives with her husband Mickey Murch & their family. Vanessa & I are enjoying our small town life, growing veggies, making music & exploring the nearby […]