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at Birmingham. Graham wrote that he is “about halfway through my Ph.D. training in rehabilitation science, studying the effects of concussion and multiple sclerosis on vestibular function.” I was even impressed by his email signature, which says that he’s in the “NIH Medical Scientist Training Program.” Go Graham! ■ Zach Mastrodicasa also has graduate school in his future. He will be attending the University of New Hampshire School of Law on an Intellectual Property scholarship beginning this fall 2019. He will be pursuing a law degree with a specific concentration in neurolaw. ■ Victoria Leonard is in New York working at the WHO Global Mental Health Collaborating Centre at Columbia. Victoria wrote, “It was extremely difficult to leave Dar es Salaam, but I knew in order to gain the skills I need to be useful in health contexts there, I need more training. I am investigating which degree makes most sense now. Luckily I’ve been able to return several times in the past few months. I spent March in Arusha, Mwanza, Dar, and Nairobi working on mental health interventions for women with obstetric fistula, and with our partners at the Africa Mental Health Foundation developing a project integrating screening and therapy

in primary healthcare settings.” ■ L'Oreal Lampley graduated from Brown/Trinity, (formally known as Brown University/ Trinity Repertory's M.F.A. Acting Program) in May.


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Theresa A. Salud,


Please contact the Alumni Office at 1-888-I-CALL-SG or if you would like to volunteer to serve as class correspondent.


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Grace K. Hammarskjold, grace.k.hammarskjold22 / Grace Hammarskjold has graciously volunteered to take over the reins of the notes for the class of 2018. Please send updates to the email above!


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CLASS OF 2014, FIFTH REUNION: In Alphabetical Order:Josiah Adams, Sam Alofsin, Will Anderson, Tim Archer, Miranda Bakos, Katherine Bauer, Jonathan Bayne, Margaret Cardwell, Peter Carrellas, Teddy Carter, Jaeyoung Choi, Cameron Cluff, Kathryne Coughlin, John DeLuca, Libbie Desrosiers, Avery Dodd, Roger Dorr, Annabella Doyle, Andrew Duff, Nicolas Flores, Bud Fralick, Alec Goodrich, Sascha Grahovac, Carter Haley, Sage Hill, Thomas Kits van Heyningen, Peggy Kilvert, Lexi LaShelle, Sam Loomis, Andrew Lynch, Hannah Macaulay, Peyton MacNaught, Maggie Maloy, Nicholas Mandor, Cecilia Masiello, Miles Matule, Maggie Mead, Virginia Moylan, Meg O'Connor, Charlotte O'Halloran, Callie Randall, Brooke Reis, Tully Ross, Wilson Rubinoff, Lily Sanford, Alexa Santry, Margaret Schroeder, Will Simpson, Sasha Tory, Julian Turner, Luc Woodard, Caroline Yerkes.


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Thompson W. Davlin, thompson.davlin@ ■ The Newport Daily News reported this about Jack O’Connor in March: “Newport’s Jack O’Connor was named the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference tournament’s Most Outstanding Player after helping Emerson College earn its first-ever conference championship recently. O’Connor, the boy’s all-time leading scorer at St. George’s School, poured in a career-high 33 points in Emerson’s 93-75 championship game victory over WPI. O’Connor, a 6-foot-6 junior guard, finished with 56 points in the Lions’ two tournament wins. O’Connor was a second-team all-conference selection who tied for second in the conference in scoring (20.3 points per game), was second in free-throw percentage (89.2) and ninth in 3-point percentage (41.3).” Congratulations, Jack!

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