Stephanie Nichols ’01 (center) poses with the cast of Temple Theater’s production of Romeo and Juliet at Temple University, in Philadelphia, this spring. Stephanie, a thirdyear candidate in design at Temple’s School of Communications and Theater, was costume designer. She plans to pursue a professional career in costume design and production.
good. ■ Evan L. Rick (Bozeman, MT) I am enjoying crosscountry skiing and working.
Mary Alexander (Atlanta, GA) Mary married a Mudder, James A.J. Corno, Jr. (Jimmy) in 2001. Now, both are pursuing graduate work at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Mary will finish her master’s degree in public policy this year, and hopes to continue with her current position in the Joining the expandOffice of the Governor of ing ranks of ScrippsGeorgia. ■ Kriya Bahn educated lawyers, (Santa Cruz, CA) Our son, Nicole M. Parker ’00 Abdoulaye William Sow, was born December 18, 2002. was awarded a J.D. I never expected to be marfrom Thomas ried and a mother so soon Jefferson School out of Scripps. Life is full of of Law, in San Diego, surprises, and these are in June 2003. blessed. I could never have planned something this
2002 Laura Drum (Ontario, CA) I received my master’s degree in education from Claremont Graduate University, and I am teaching high school language arts in Corona. ■ Leann Terry (Bloomington, IN) After taking last year off to travel and volunteer, I’ve settled into my new home. I’m at the Counseling Psychology Program at Indiana University. I’ve connected with two Scripps alums in town, Kris Rinella Brancolini ’73 and Sandra Dement Alyea ’57.
2003 Stephanie Fell (Christchurch, New Zealand) Stephanie is working in Christchurch, where she did her study abroad her junior year at Scripps. [Reported by her parents.]
alumnae events summer 2004
11th Annual Camp Scripps Everything Possible. Nothing Required. Thursday, June 24–Sunday, June 27 Registration begins April 2004.
magazine, spring 2004
Volunteer Leadership Conference July 23–25, 2004 For information, please call Alumnae Relations at (909) 621-8054.
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