Class Notes: April 2015

Here are your fellow Tigers making headlines this month.
Garrett Westlake '99 discusses start-up scams to be wary of on Phoenix's network affiliate CBS5.

Anna Linn Currie '09 was interviewed by Anne Byrn about her growing macaron business, Le Macaron.

A children's CD that Celeste Snow Shepherd '88 and brother Stirling Snow '96 worked on won a 2015 Parents' Choice Recommendation Award! Celeste sang background vocals on the album and her company, Celebelle, did all the graphic design work and marketing for the CD. Stirling drew the cover art illustration and is the drummer on the album.

Ben Goldberg '98 and Max Goldberg '01's Strategic Hospitality is set to open a new French restaurant in midtown Nashville and a restaurant in the new Nashville Sounds stadium

Bailey Conner '13 launched the shot put 38'6 ¼" (11.74m) for second place in Amherst Spring Fling, helping Tufts University to the top spot in the meet. She also finished 5th in the hammer throw and 7th in the discus throw. 

An article by Greg Downs '89 on the 150th anniversary of Lee's surrender at Appomatox was featured in the April 12 New York Times. You can also listen to a radio interview of Greg here. He will appear on the Distinguished Alumni panel at USN's 100th Birthday Party on May 2. 

Jared Stillman '08 is returning to Nashville and will co-host a talk show, The Game Nashville, on 94.9 FM2 weekday mornings from 6-9:00.

Ricky Coleman '09, senior at Cumberland College, has signed a contract to play professional baseball. 


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