Class of 2010

Football, 1994
Academic Gala, 1997
Bonfire Building, 1999
Duthu, 2009
TableTennis, 2009
Top of the Hop, 2009
Chariot Races, 2010
Alpha Delta, 1877
Earth Science, 2010
Baseball on the Green, 1877
Football, 2010
Class Photo, 1898
Ledyard, 2010
Commencement, 1899
Pilobolus, 2010
Snow Sculpture, 1925
Salutatorian, 2010
Bonfire Caller, 1947
Spring, 2010
Choates, 1958
Tailgate, 2010
Cheerleaders, 1970
Hockey, 2014
Friendly Soccer Game, 1978
Campus Life, Undated
Cheerleaders, 1980
Commencement, 1980
Cyclist, 1987
Sorority, 1988
Class Day, 1990
Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, 2008
Commencement, 2008
Drawing Studio, 2009
Outdoor Class, 2010
Dartmouth Powwow, 2010
Women's Frisbee Team
Biology Lab, Undated
Christmas, Undated
Classroom, Undated
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 1988
Appalachian Trail, 1989
Class Day, 1994

Kayla (Snyderman) Corbett and Billy Corbett welcomed their daughter, Nell, in November. Kayla writes: “We are living in Vermont, where I am a resident in family medicine and Billy works as a high school social studies teacher. We are adjusting to life as new parents and loving it!”

Cate Goytisolo has been working at Under Armour for the last seven and a half years in Baltimore. She was leading the women’s marketing team and recently transitioned to her new role as senior manager of cross-category tier-1 campaigns. She is focused on bringing to life Under Armour’s 2020 brand campaign using the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games as a platform for brand, athlete, and product storytelling.

Brita (Stepe) Brand and Evan Brand ’09 are expecting their third son in June. Brita teaches German at a Waldorf school in Maine and Evan is a data scientist at a local company on the seacoast of New Hampshire.

Peter Pidermann is moving to Denver. He’ll be working with the law firm Taylor Anderson.

T.J. Galiardi just closed a seed round for his company Beyond Food Inc., which makes plant-based supplements.

Madeline Kaye married Eric Weiner in February.

Sarah Alexander has been racing full-time on the International Triathlon Union world circuit for the last three years, working her way up to a peak ranking of top 60 in the world! Now she’s focused on the half-Ironman distance and is pursuing a start at the world championships in September. She just completed her first half-Ironman, finishing sixth. During the winter she trained in Geelong, Australia, and she’s continuing to build her portfolio of sponsors.

Eric Schwager moved to L.A. from N.Y.C. He’s been working on camera crews of TV shows such as Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Girls, and 30 Rock, and is going to focus more on directing.

Evan Greulich writes, “Last May Claire Edelen (Middlebury alum) and I got married outside Baltimore. Travis Green ’08 and Dan Leopold served as stellar groomsmen, and other alums in attendance included Peter Greulich ’79, David Knight, Anastasia Miliano, Tyler Frisbee ’08, Greg Sokol, Rob Mercurio ’12, Julie Davenport, and Emma Nairn. While the ‘Salty Dog Rag’ didn’t make the playlist, there was nonetheless plenty of dancing had by all!”

Eric Sanabria took a three-month sabbatical in Mexico, where he was working on developing new music and taking some time to reset on the personal-spiritual front.

Marina Andreazi just launched XUA, a line of natural energy drinks inspired by her late grandma’s potent Amazonian concoctions.

Spotted on Facebook: Akosua Osei-Bobie, who is the principal at P.A. Shaw Elementary School in Boston, was awarded the 2019 Administrative Advocate Award by the Massachusetts School Library Association. The award honors administrators for significant contributions to promote student learning through school library programs and services. “Fighting for her students to have the same amenities and opportunities as those in suburban districts, she has supported the library since the P.A. Shaw’s opening back in 2014. She sees the library as a valuable resource and equalizer for her students,” said Shaw librarian Morgan VanClief. “She recognizes the value in reading and that students learn more when teachers and librarians collaborate. She has empowered me to continue creating engaging learning experiences in the library, giving me the flexibility to implement a makerspace as well as incorporate robotics and STEM challenges into library time. She promotes our book fair and roams the school wearing a giant Clifford suit. She makes all our guest authors feel welcome. She fought tirelessly to help me get shelving, adequate furniture, and books.” Way to go!

Jennifer Chong, 7A Marine View, 19 Middle Lane, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong; jenniferashley chong@gmail.com

Robert M. Hoffman ’10

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.

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Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (May/June 2019)
Kitchen Table Diplomat
Entrée entrepreneur Steph Lawrence ’06 makes the world smaller, one meal at a time.
The Reluctant Luddite

Pulitzer-nominated author Nicholas Carr ’81 is a Net user of the first order. But is his brain paying for it?

Sharon Washington ’81
On acting and stagecraft

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