VLS Alumni in the News

LOQUITUR: The Magazine of VLS

Loquitur—our award-winning alumni magazine— will keep you up-to-date on campus news, faculty highlights, and alumni news. Every alumnus receives a copy of Loquitur twice annually through the mail, in the summer and the winter. Please up-date your mailing address to assure we can get your copies to you.

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Class Notes

The Class Notes section are some of the most popular pages in Loquitur. Readers love to read what alumni are doing after graduation, both professionally and personally. We rely on your information for these updates, so help us keep abreast of your news so we can share it with your classmates and the wider VLS community.

Submit Your News

Please follow these steps to submit your news for publication in Loquitur and in our other alumni communication channels:

  1. Register with vlsConnect, if you haven't already done so.
  2. Once you are logged in, click on the "Manage my Notes" link below, on this page, in the "Search for Notes" section.
  3. After you've clicked "Manage my Notes", click on the "Add New Note" link, and give us your update about career changes, wedding and birth announcements, alumni gatherings, and other information. Thank you!

vlsConnect users can also use the "Search for Notes" feature on this page find the most recent news submitted by friends and classmates.

Class notes are only available through vlsConnect back to the Fall 2011 issue. To view notes submitted prior to Fall 2011, you can read Loquitur online.


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Class Notes Karl A. Karg 10/17/2014  
Karl Karg was promoted to partner at Latham & Watkins LLP. He resides in the Chicago office and is a member of the firm's Environment, Land and Resources Department. He represents targets of U.S. Department of Justice/EPA/Citizen Group enforcement actions and lawsuits under the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, RCRA, and other environmental laws. SOURCE: Kim
Class Notes Frank B. Twohill 10/17/2014  
Frank Twohill recently won his eleventh election to the Branford, Connecticut, Representative Town Meeting; this is the legislative body for the town. Frank has served on the body for 21 years, and he will chair the $60 million Education Committee.
Class Notes Jessica L. Reiss 10/6/2014  
Last December, my husband Anthony and I moved back to our hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. In February, he started as a Dealer Services Representative at SRAM, one of the largest bicycle component manufacturers in the world. In September, I joined the Office of Legal Counsel at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management as an Attorney focusing on Air Quality. Our dog Lucy is still living the good life as our only child.
Class Notes John M. Cross 9/17/2014  
John Cross writes "i spent 16 years practicing in northern Colorado (until 1996), then the past 14 years with idaho Legal Aid Services at its Nampa Family Justice Center office, representing domestic violence victims in protection order, divorce, and custody cases. The Justice Center includes prosecutors, police, health and welfare workers, and mental health, medi- cal exam facilities, and counseling staff. Similar centers are up in Boston, New York City, and elsewhere, designed as one-stop facilities for victims. Spouse, Diana, retired from the northwest region of the u.S. Bureau of reclamation (western water management). two children-older son now with 10 years in the military, including active service in Enduring Freedom and iraqi Freedom; younger son is a
professional musician."
Class Notes Anthony N. Iarrapino 8/25/2014  
After nearly nine productive years of helping the Conservation Law Foundation protect New England's environment and build healthy communities, I decided to try something different. In August, I became the Campaign Director for the Alliance for a Healthier Vermont, a coalition of health care providers, advocates for low income Vermonters, consumer advocates, senior advocates, and others who have come together out of concern for the increased role that sugary drinks are playing in the prevalence of obesity in our society. To help reduce obesity and related illness, make healthier beverage alternatives more competitive, and raise revenue to make health care more accessible and affordable, we are advocating for an excise tax on sugary drinks. This is a grassroots campaign and I would love help from any classmates or fellow swans living in Vermont. Looks me up at allianceforahealthiervt.org or find us on Twitter or Facebook.
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