Michael J. Gaffney ’08-’10 said he “thought it was code” when Jenny C. Carloss ’07 asked him to come over for a study session the night before their American Presidency exam in January 2007. “I brought a movie,” he explained.
Lindsey M. Parker ’10 likes views of bright city lights. Early in his career at the College, he and then-girlfriend Stephanie J. Brinton ’10 spent nights together running his favorite city trail through the streets of Cambridge, along the Charles, and then onto a spot just beyond the B.U. Bridge, where the bright view of Boston arose before the jogging couple.
Alexander J. Ahmed ’10 and Rebecca J. Morton no longer remember the first time they met, but there’s no shortage of early recollections.
When Elizabeth A. Cook ’10 organized a movie night for the Harvard Undergraduate Fellowship, a Christian student organization, she was hoping that fellow member Samuel D. Stuntz ’10 would attend.
First Class Marshal Nworah B. Ayogu ’10 grabbed the microphone. Before a crowd of more than 1000 at the Senior Soirée last Saturday, he announced the 3-hour-old engagement of Michael Y. Wu ’10 and Y. Jenny Cao ’10. The crowd erupted into cheers and applause.
While the day after graduation marks a new stage in the lives of each member of the Class of 2010, May 28 represents an even more momentous occasion for Billy M.K. Stallings ’10 and his fiancé Paul G. Nauert ’09.
Hillel Nadler ’10-’11 sat at the piano. As his hands moved back and forth across the keys, he began to sing Sam Cooke’s 1957 love song “You Send Me.”
New Orleans native Cristina Ortiz ’10 and Richard Carapezza of Salt Lake City may hail from different parts of the country, but it was clear that the two regulars at the Cambridge Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints had more than religion in common.