Class NotesView All Notes for Class of 2016
When you receive this issue, it will be just about five years since we graduated. And while I wish that we could all convene in Hanover this June, I hope you all are finding other ways to stay connected with our fellow classmates!
I have a few updates.
Victoria Li launched a podcast called Dear Bronx Science, where she interviews alumni from her high school, the Bronx High School of Science. The podcast provides an opportunity for alumni to share their insights with current students and other alumni. Since the launch she has interviewed several alumni, including a theatre company founder, dessert kit founder, and medical student. You can listen on anchor.fm/dearbronxscience and if you are also a Bronx Science alumnus and want to be on the show, reach out via Instagram on @dearbronxscience.
Since January Hannah Chung has been working as an assistant manager at Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies in Seoul, South Korea. At the foundation she designs and implements various educational corporate social responsibility projects targeting the youth and juvenile population in Korea.
Natasha Maldi and Nick Bernold were engaged in January at Natasha’s family home in San Diego. The couple met during first-year orientation week in 2012. Nick purchased the ring in 2018, when Natasha was living in Morocco, but quarantine disrupted the proposal plans. No wedding date or location yet—they are waiting until the pandemic settles.
Thanks for reading. Feel free to email me with any and all updates!
—Feyaad Allie, 212 Pine Hill Court, Apt. 103, Stanford, CA 94305; email@example.com