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  • RW
    • 10/30/2017

      Rachel Wolf BA ’12 completed three years in the Peace Corps and is now in her second year of grad school studying international development at the Josef Korbel School for International Studies at the University of Denver. She was recently selected as a Barton Institute Social Enterprise Fellow and will spend the year with her cohort learning about social enterprises through mentorship, a pilot course, and an internship with a local organization. Wolf spent last summer in Rio de Janeiro on a research internship, which gave her plenty of free time to learn Portuguese, join a beach boxing group, and introduce her new friends to lots of homemade baked goods.

  • KW
    • 10/27/2017

      Kit Wilding BA ’95, MAT ’97 and her family just returned to Oregon after living and teaching in China and Dubai for the last seven years. Her older son is a senior at Wilson High School and her younger son is a freshman there. Wilding teaches in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District.

  • AW
    • 09/21/2017

      Anne Weaver BS ’80, CEO of Elephant’s Delicatessen, the Portland-based eatery and caterer, is opening a new location in the event venue of Montgomery Park.

  • VW
    • 10/27/2017

      Vaunne Weathers BA ’95 and Cody Weathers BS ’95 live in Portland with their two daughters (ages 11 and 13) and a Kelpie mutt named Winston. Vaunne earned an MA in industrial psychology from Portland State University in 2005 and is an office manager for a local dental practice. Cody is active in the local music scene and has an unassuming day job as a business data analyst.

  • PW
    • 09/21/2017

      Pete Ward BS ’62, a member of the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame, turned 80 this past summer. Ward played for the White Sox and the New York Yankees, primarily as third baseman. He also coached in the Yankees’ farm system and was a manager of the Portland Beavers.

  • CW
    • 10/23/2017

      Christine Walter BA ’03 works at Bauman’s Farm and Garden, a farm and tourist destination in Gervais, Oregon. She spoke last fall to Oregon Public Broadcasting about the popular apple cider produced by Bauman’s and about her own line of hard ciders that is available on tap throughout the Willamette Valley and Portland area.

  • LT
    • 10/31/2017

      Laura VanZee Taylor BA ’92 has created a documentary film, picked up by RoCo Films, which will be distributed domestically and internationally in early 2018. I Am Maris is the story of 17-year-old Maris Degener, a yoga teacher, writer, and mental illness survivor. VanZee Taylor began making films five years ago when her youngest child started school. She is a director, cinematographer, and editor. Her short films have been screened at festivals around the country. This is her first feature film.

  • TT
    • 09/28/2017

      Thu Truong BA, MAT ’03 is the new principal at Ron Russell Middle School in Portland.

  • GT
    • 09/29/2017

      George Thompson BA ’50 celebrated his 90th birthday in summer 2017. Thompson had a long career as a music teacher and guidance counselor in Dallas. After his retirement, the Dallas Education Association created the George Thompson Dallas Education Association Award, which he presents each spring.

  • PS
    • 10/30/2017

      Pamela Strong BA ’92 is currently living in Islamabad, where she works with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help further the development of Pakistan. Her husband and 12-year old son live and work in Zagreb, Croatia, where she joins them periodically. The family will be in Oregon in summer 2018 before taking off together for their next post.

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