Class NotesView All Notes for Class of 2010
I’m happy to have received many updates this time around.
Kari Cholnoky writes: “I’m teaching remotely for SUNY Purchase and will have a solo show opening at Nicelle Beauchene in Tribeca in fall 2021.”
T.J. Galiardi writes: “Outcast Foods recently closed its Series A funding round of $10 million, which will expedite its mission to reduce food waste at massive quantities. I continue to expand the business as cofounder and chief marketing officer.”
Harsh “Madhusudan” Gupta writes: “I have just released my latest book, A New Idea of India, cowritten with a friend. It has done very well, including in the United States. On the personal front, I will be a father of a 1-year-old healthy and beautiful daughter in November. Professionally I am a public markets investor based in India.” You can find Harsh’s book on Amazon.
Lyle W. Baker is chief nephrology fellow at Mayo Clinic in Florida and recently celebrated the first birthday of his son, Noah James Baker.
Conor Grogan writes: “I just had my second child, Henry. Mom and baby are happy and healthy. We hope he follows in his father’s footsteps and spends his freshman year in the Choates.” (Not sure I would wish the same, but to each their own!)
Joy Campbell writes: “Shahen Huda and Igot married in September at a small, socially distant ceremony at Purgatory Resort in Durango, Colorado! Other Dartmouth alums present were Heather Kluk ’11, Jie Xu, and Jenn Boyle.”
Billy Corbett writes: “Kayla (Snyderman) Corbett,new big sister Nell (2) and I just welcomed a baby boy, Silas, on October 17. In September Kayla finished her residency in family medicine.”
Eliza (Bennett) Heritage and Brad Heritage ’06 have had a busy Covid quarantine, moving to the suburbs of Boston (Wellesley) during the summer and welcoming their first child, Lucy, in September. Lucy joins five fellow future members of the Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team of the late 2030s/early 2040s seasons, as Eliza’s teammates Alex (Huestis) Litwin, Molly (Parker) Pirrung, Kate (Fauth) Remeika, and Sarah (Coffin) Young are all proud new parents of little girls. Go Big Green!
Caitlin (Johnson) Studdard and her family are currently living the Dartmouth alumni dream and residing in Hanover, just a short walk from campus! “We relocated here temporarily for Covid and never looked back. Gabriel (2.5) is loving his new outdoorsy life and Baby Studd No. 2 will be born at DHMC in February!”
Liya Shuster-Bier writes: “I’m celebrating 18 months of remission after an 18-month battle with a rare form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. I’ve discovered the power of forest bathing, food as medicine, and my dearest friends from Dartmouth as the cure.” You are such an inspiration, Liya!
Jerry Guo writes: “I finished up a Ph.D. in organizational behavior and theory from Carnegie Mellon University in the spring and have moved with my fianceé to Aarhus, Denmark, to take a faculty position at Aarhus University. I’m an assistant professor in management at the business school here. If you’re in Jutland, look me up!”
Sarah Klassen, Ph.D., uses remote sensing (lidar) to discover and study ancient cities across the world. Her new TV show, Ancient China from Above, is now streaming on the National Geographic Channel and Disney (Chasing the Equinox is also streaming). You can follow her adventures and fieldwork on Instagram
Be well, everyone!
—Jennifer Chong, 7A Marine View, 19 Middle Lane, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong; jennifer
ObituariesView All Obituaries for Class of 2010
Robert M. Hoffman ’10 passed away peacefully in his sleep on September 21, 2015, in Los Angeles. At 27 years old, Robert led a short but full life. He came to Dartmouth from Bethlehem Central High School in Delmar, New York.