Fransiska Dannemann and Brannon Dugick celebrated their marriage in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Oct. 6. They live in Santa Fe and both work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where Fransiska is a dual graduate research assistant in the Geophysics Group and Ph.D. student in the Geophysics Department at Southern Methodist University. Pictured front row, left to right: Carl Slater ’13Natalie Nicholls ’13, Fransiska, Sarah Giesse ’13. Second row: Emily Faxon ’13Colin McCarey ’12Caleb Birchard ’12.


10 in New York City, with many classmates in attendance. From left to right, front row: Damen Erf, Nathan Hahn, Lauren Traub, Michaela Neville, Kelly Latterman, Lauren Dinsmore, Ellie Nesbit, and Seema Ibrahim. Second row: Eliza Carter, Camey Hess, Sarah-Emma Watkins, and Becca Manning.

Doron JéPaul Mitchell has been cast in Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway production of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” starring Jeff Daniels. In the midst of acting, Doron is growing his name as a writer. His latest play, “a letter to …” debuted at the National Black Theatre in 2018, and he is adapting his “Listen … It’s Complicated”  to screen. 

Chuck Shaw celebrated the Feb. 8 release of his eponymous debut album with a party in his new home city of San Marcos, Texas. A sample of his Texas country music is available at chuckshawmusic.com.

Rachel Hedlund ’12, Gracie Ramsdell ’14, and Bennett Silverman ’17 recently went through a Voyageur Outward Bound School staff training together on the Rio Grande River. All are year-round staff at VOBS, the experiential education organization that strives to expand the minds of its students through challenge and interpersonal skill development. (Note: The shirt Gracie is wearing in this photo was designed by Julia Belamarich ’14.)


Aleda Deuble and Jake Dresden ’94 are both teaching at Graland Country Day School in Denver. This photo was taken in Steamboat Springs on the school’s eighth-grade ski trip




Vanessa Voller has won a School for International Training fellowship to collaboratively develop sexual health and reproductive rights training with rural Bolivian youth. Currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota, Vanessa studied in Bolivia as a CC undergraduate through the SIT program. After this fellowship project, which targets Bolivia’s high rates of gender-based violence and adolescent pregnancy, she plans to take a yearlong leave of absence from her Ph.D. program to complete the prerequisites and application materials for the University of Minnesota Medical School. Vanessa says the decision to couple a Ph.D. in the social sciences with a medical degree was informed by her liberal arts multi- and inter-disciplinary educational experience at CC.