Jeff Rudnicki (Darden '11 ) and Emily Dowling (Col ’02) welcomed their first child, a daughter, Margaret “Maisie” Chase, on Oct. 20, 2012. Maisie is the niece of Stuart Dowling (Com ’05).
Valerie Wilder (Col '11 ) married Robert Mosolgo on Dec. 15, 2012, in Charlottesville.
Annie Rappeport (Educ '11 L/M) works for the Institute of Shipboard Education and Semester at Sea, sponsored by the University of Virginia. She works with international students and the Global Ambassadors Program, a young alumni volunteer group. Ms. Rappeport served as the outreach coordinator on the fall 2011 voyage that circumnavigated the globe and visited 14 countries.
Victoria O’Dea (Col ’11 L/M) is pursuing a Master of Arts degree in English literature at University College London in London, England. She is enrolled in the Issues in Modern Culture program that examines literature and culture from the end of the 19th century to the present day. Ms. O’Dea plans to move back to the U.S. this fall.
James Jackson Hill IV (Col ’11 L/M) lives in Chinandega, Nicaragua and works for Amigos for Christ. The organization partners with community members to provide rural villages in the Chinandega area with clean water, education and health care through a sustainable development model. Mr. Hill oversees the short-term mission teams hosted throughout the year.
Marguerite McNeal (Col ’11 L/M) is a graduate student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where she is studying interactive publishing.
Olyvia Rebeccah Christley (Col ’11 L/M) married Matthew Scott Moran (Col ’11 L/M) on Nov. 11, 2011, in Washington, D.C. They had a second ceremony and reception Nov. 12, 2011, at the Kyle House in Fincastle, Va. The couple resides in Roanoke, Va., where Ms. Christley is a district representative for U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte and Mr. Moran is managing the re-election campaign of U.S. Rep. Morgan Griffith.
Benjamin Fagan (Grad ’11) is among seven individuals who have received fellowships as part of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences’ Visiting Scholars Program. During his yearlong residency in Cambridge, Mr. Fagan will work on a project titled “The Black Newspaper and the American Nation.”