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2007 Julia Butcher will be attending the Sorbonne in Paris next year, for her junior year. She won competitive admission to the Mission Interuniversitaire de Coordination des Exchanges Franco-Americain program, representing University of Denver. She also is spending a month in France this summer, in Villard de Lans near Grenoble on a work-study program.

Linsey Snyder married Jeremy Wachalter on Nov. 15 in Palm Beach. Pictured (l-r): Chris Rozanski ’95, Melissa Marlette Kresse ’96, Eric Termini ’97, Carla Bueme ’97, Neal Luther ’96, Hannah Simon Schneider ’97, Andy Snyder ’99, Rabbi Brett Goldstein ’67, Linsey Snyder ’97, Jeremy Wachalter (groom), Molly Quinn Decker ’96, Gina Wettlaufer ’98, Mike Gregory ’97, Amy Hall Brown ’97, Margaret Williams Zakarian ’97, Kevin Rozanski ’96 and Edward Marlette ’64.

2005 Michael Angelakos and his band, Passion Pit, released their new album, “Manners,” which is receiving fantastic reviews.

Thomas Butcher will be attending the University of Hong Kong next year, for his junior year abroad from St. Andrews in Scotland. He was chosen by the International Relations department to represent St. Andrews. He also was recently elected to St. Andrews Model UN, where he is a member of the Security Council representing France. Peter Randaccio is currently a sophomore at NSC in Los Angeles, majoring in Communications and Spanish. He plays for USC men’s lacrosse team as an attack man. He made Dean’s list and is being inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society for his academic performance and grade point average.

Kelly McMullen Vogel and her husband, Dan, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Justin Daniel, who was born on Aug. 19.

1998 Jill Brodsky-Ibrahim married Farn Ibrahim in November of 2008. Sheetal Sheth ’98 and Alyson Jones ’98 attended the nuptials. She currently lives in Cherry Hill, N.J. and is completing a fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

2004 Cece Butcher writes “I am in my final year at St. Andrews University. I will be graduating with an M.A. in Russian (with integrated year abroad). No plans for after university yet but will let you know.”


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Anna Ellis, who plays field hockey for Bryn Mawr, cheered Maddie McQueeney and her Bowdoin College teammates on to their second consecutive NCAA Div III victory. Chris Winter, a senior at SUNY at Binghamton, was named to the American East All-Academic team for lacrosse.

2006 Alexandra Best spent the summer in Palm Beach, Fla., doing a dental internship. Her fall semester at Princeton was spent in Madrid, Spain studying the Spanish language and culture. She would love to hear from friends and can be reached at

Annmarie Cellino ’05, Brigitte Cellino ’08, Jill Roloff ’07 and Grace Waters ’08 pose for a photo following a hockey game between Trinity College and Middlebury College.

2008 Erika Owczarczak was voted ECAC West 2nd team, All-Rookie Team ’09 and Reebok’s D III All American 2nd Team East for her play as a freshman on the RIT women’s ice hockey team. Meridith Unger writes, “Loving life at Smith College! Looking forward to Habitat for Humanity for Spring break in New Orleans.”

Summer 2009  

Summer 2009 Toaxnoes

Summer 2009  

Summer 2009 Toaxnoes