By Martin Azevedo
Hey alums! Our quarterly surveys report that you’d like to see more news about your old classmates and friends—and now, thanks to innovative technologies and expanding surveillance programs, you’ll find many more updates in every issue of the Alumni News. Enjoy!
Joseph ASHER (Earth Studies, ‘69) is retired and “living the good life” in Taos with his wife Jeanne and their two daughters. Joseph “loves to travel” and has visited Mexico five times in the last thirty-seven months, but border crossing records and cell phone transcript reviews have turned up nothing.
Selma BRINKMAN (Legal Studies, ‘87) closed her Denver law practice to join an international pharmaceutical company as assistant General Counsel, which ought to improve her current FICO score of 470. Selma’s recent Google searches include “drug test detox fast,” “ecstasy stay in system” and “driving barefoot illegal.”