Since graduating from Lewis & Clark in 2005, Zoey Cronin has worked in a therapeutic preschool, been a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, and gotten a Master’s in Special Education for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities from The George Washington University. In 2010 she moved to the remote Yup’ik village of Alakanuk, AK (pop. 652) to teach special education. She keeps herself entertained with yoga, cross country skiing, quilting, Eskimo dancing, and planning summer adventures. The BHS Lab’s lasting influence can be seen in her inability to refuse to participate in any kind of study, and her suspicion of results based on small sample sizes.