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Jennifer Robinson got married to Dan Mott ’12 in October, and Jenny Zhao was one of her bridesmaids!
Mike Lewis recently published a book, When to Jump, and he writes in: “I sketched a book cover five years ago after reading an alumni update in the winter 2013 DAM issue of a banker who turned into an Olympic cyclist. It’s been a Dartmouth-heavy project with tons of help from alums and many fellow ’11s—Tom Mandel helped edit the first story, Emily Hirshey helped me start the publishing process and Kyle Battle and Abigail Holden are featured in the book, sharing their own jumps. If anyone has a jump they want to share, send me a note at email@example.com!”
Daryl Concha competed in the 2017 Women’s Flat Track Derby Association International Championships in Philadelphia on November 3-5, 2017. She is a member of the Gotham Girls Roller Derby All-Stars, based out of New York City. The Gotham All-Stars finished its season third in the world. Daryl will also compete in the Roller Derby World Cup on February 1-4, in Manchester, United Kingdom, as part of Team Indigenous. Reid Duke also wrote in: “I play Magic: The Gathering for a living and—at the time of writing—I’m the No. 2 ranked player in the world. Magic is a collectible, strategy card game that I’ve played since I was 5 years old. The professional circuit has me traveling nearly every weekend and competing against players from all across the world. In December I’ll be representing the United States at the World Magic Cup in Nice, France, as captain of the national team. Wish me luck!”
We also had a fun mini-reunion here in L.A. with the classes of 2008 to 2013 in December. Quite a few ’11s showed up—it was great to see you all!
—Hillary S. Cheng, 16013 Legacy Road, #304, Tustin, CA 92782; (603) 546-8452; firstname.lastname@example.org