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Happy almost fifth-year reunion, 12’s! I don’t know about y’all but I’m having a hard time believing that it’s already been five years. Time flies, am I right? Keep an eye on those inboxes for information from our hardworking reunion chairs. They’re pulling together an amazing weekend for us, so get ready to party like it’s 1999 or 2012 or 10X, whichever strikes your fancy. Either way, it’s sure to be a good time, so I hope you’re all getting excited and I hope to see you all come June. Okay, onto the updates:
Chad Hollis moved to Los Angeles and is working at Netflix. Let me be the first to say that we all miss you in Boston, Chad, but if we had to lose you, at least it was to Netflix, without which I would not currently be binging The West Wing (which I highly recommend in case anyone is in the market for a new show).
In other cool job news, Anna-Kay Thomas made the trip out to Los Angeles to cover the Oscars. If that’s not totally awesome then I don’t know what is.
I have a couple of very exciting engagements to report. James C. Reed and Erin J. Feeney, both medical students at Yale, got engaged on February 1. Also, Sara Remsen and Kelly O’Brien ’11 are excited to announce that they’re engaged. We could not be happier for you guys!
But wait, there’s more: Sara is also graduating from MIT in June and is the cofounder of a new augmented reality startup out of Harvard and MIT called Waypoint Labs. You’re totally crushing it, girl!
As you’ve noticed, the notes are a bit shorter than usual. I’m sure it’s because everyone is saving updates and whatnot for reunions. Quite frankly, I can’t blame you. But with that said, I will never not be excited to see updates from members of my favorite class in my inbox, so don’t hesitate to send them my way. And with that, I’ll see you on the Green or on the other side of a pong table. Your choice. I just hope to see you all soon. One last thing, if you’re wondering if I’ll be harassing, I mean chatting, you all up for updates, the answer is obviously yes. Let’s just call it something else for y’all to look forward to. Contain your excitement, ’12s.
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