Class Notes

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  • Misha Sundukovskiy, ’02

    Misha Sundukovskiy, ’02, turned his life-long passion for storytelling through the eyes of a camera lens into his professional career. After graduating from the prestigious New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Misha worked in New York as a producer for Saturday Night Live. He has recently returned to the Bay area and leads the creative video department for and also runs his own production company helping non-profits tell their unique stories.
  • Hannah Safford, ’05

    Hannah Safford, ’05, graduated from Princeton University in 2017 where she earned a master of engineering in civil and environmental engineering and a master in public affairs. She is currently back in the Bay Area and is pursuing a Ph.D. in environmental engineering at UC Davis where she is continuing her work in the creation of sustainable environmental policies.
  • Madeleine Chang, ’09

    Madeleine Chang, ’09, will head to the University of Oxford in the fall to begin her graduate work as a Rhodes Scholar. Madeleine was one of four Stanford University seniors to be awarded the 2018 Rhodes Scholarship. She plans to earn a master’s degree in social science of the internet at the Oxford Internet Institute.
  • Sydney Bradley, ’10

    Sydney Bradley, ’10, graduated from Bennington College in Vermont in June 2018, earning a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in fiction literature. In addition, she was selected as one of only five recipients of the Bennington College Undergraduate Writing Fellowship for her work in fiction. The fellowship allows a select group of undergraduate writers the opportunity to further study their craft during a 1- day residency at Bennington’s MFA in writing program. Sydney plans to eventually earn a M.F.A. in fiction, but before that wants to explore other areas of interest such as holistic healing and service-based work.
  • Sarah Mitchell, ’14

    Sarah Mitchell, ’14, graduated from Lowell High School and will attend New York University in the fall. While a student at Lowell, Sarah worked to establish Lowell High School’s Model UN, and was its co-president. In addition, she was instrumental in Lowell hosting the first-ever San Francisco Model UN Conference, in December 2017 and was named its Secretary General.