Zoe Feldshon ʼ21 is a sophomore at Northeastern University and a coxswain on the men's rowing team. When she's not at practice or studying, you can find her dogsitting or on the hunt for the best burrito bowl.
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David Schall ʼ72 lives in Edina and invests in real estate for his family, including his mom, sisters and their significant others. He's been mistaken for "Gladiator" Russell Crowe more than once.
Sarah Weinshel ʼ18 graduated from Swarthmore College, where she studied biology and art history. She is pursuing a Master of Philosophy in genetics at the University of Cambridge and excited to spend a year abroad.
Scott Forbes '82 lives and skis in Denver, Colorado. He has a knack for making friends in high places.
Catherine Hua ʼ13 is an Android engineer living in Northern Virginia. In her off-time, she’s trying new foods, visiting new cities and working up a sweat, likely with her camera in tow.
David Plimpton ʼ58 is a retired internist/gastroenterologist and lives in downtown Minneapolis near the Stone Arch Bridge.
Addison Anderson ʼ19 majors in elementary education at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and plans to get out of the Midwest as soon as she graduates.
Tyneeta Canonge is a New Orleans native and a social justice advocate who loves gumbo, second lining, roller skating, karaoke and giggling.
Aren Faruq '96 turns the pages of his children’s bedtime stories long after they’ve fallen asleep. Discover what books are keeping Aren up at night and more.
Libby Franchot ʼ17 works as a financial advisor and is always looking for new adventures. Her favorite superhero is Batman, but her true hero doesn’t live in a cave.
After many years living on the East Coast, Valerie Golden ʼ72 returned to Minneapolis to establish a private practice in clinical psychology and psychoanalysis.
Joe Kyle ʼ14 is an artist and designer from St. Paul, currently pursuing a Master in Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Madeline Burton ʼ07 found her love for computer science at the intersection of logic and creativity.
Paul Sebastien ʼ87 finds himself oscillating somewhere between Silicon Valley crypto-blockchain libertarian and forest-bathing Marin naturalist.
Amanda McGovern ʼ83 is an international lawyer living in Miami, Florida. She’s thrilled one of her three children is headed to UW-Madison so she can head north again.
Erik Aamoth ʼ90 lives in Plymouth with his wife and two sons. He finds the characters in “Parks and Recreation” relatable and would particularly like to meet Ron Swanson.
When she’s not dancing or finding ways to incorporate dance into all aspects of her life, you'll find Yolanda Pauly '21 with her cuddly cat Buttercup.
Natalie Owens-Pike ʼ07 is a canoe enthusiast, connector of people and second-career grad student. She recently moved to New Haven with her husband, Alex, and would love to connect with Blake Bears in the area.
As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, James' dream of becoming a race car driver has taken a back seat to other interests.
Allison Bye ‘12 can be found hiking throughout our national park system and working on her natural landscape portfolio while simultaneously trying to ascend into Mrs. Frizzle.