Having met in Trueman House in 2003, Jerrod Dwan (’07) and Katie Turzansky (’07) were married in Edmonton, AB in September 2012. They were joined by fellow M alumni Natasha O’Neill tA (’07) and Sarah (Spires) Rankin (’07). They also threw a party on PEI to celebrate their wedding in the Atlantic time zone, where they were joined by alumni Kevin Green (’07), Katie McKeown (’07), and Sarah (’07) and Rob Rankin (’07). Jennifer Waldschutz (’99), Aditi Diwan (’07), and Keir McIssac (’03) met up on an Atlantic Canada U niversity recruiting trip to India in August 2013. Jennifer was representing University of New Brunswick, Keir was representing M emorial University, and Aditi was representing M Allison. ount 2010s Some Bennettonians got together for a reunion in O ttawa this fall. Front row (l-r) Cody LeBlanc (’11), Patrick Hall (’10), Sarah Springate (’07), and Jared Sargent (’07). Back row (l-r) Meredith Davies (’07), Melissa Partridge (’08), and Jessica Poloz (’08). Robert Murray (’13), former sports editor for the Argosy, has accepted a position as the Nordic skiing reporter for the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Russia. Robyn Edgar (’12) is currently a graduate student at Laval University. She is part of a research team who recently published in the journal PloS O Their project describes evidence for life in ne. the Antarctic Lake Vostok, which is buried by two miles of ice. The academic paper has received over 86,000 views and many social shares. See the results at http://www.plosone.org/article/ info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0067221 Katharina Stobbs (’13) is working at G iggleswick School as the development and alumni relations graduate intern. G iggleswick is an independent co-ed boarding school in the town of G iggleswick, Yorkshire, England. Carson Isenor (’13) won the regional award for New Brunswick in the BM 1st Art! Invitational O Student Art Competition, which honours visual arts excellence in post-secondary institutions across Canada. This past summer, M Allison’s RP Bell Library ount was fortunate to play host to Sarah Visintini (’11) and Josh Bragg (’08) when they exchanged wedding vows in the first floor atrium, between the research and information desk and the stand-up library catalogue terminals. Visintini worked in the library as a student. In M she completed her ay M aster’s in the library and information science program at D alhousie University. Bragg is currently working as a special assistant to the mayor of Halifax, NS. New Brunswick’s Oldest Town in Photographs By Kip Jackson and Charlie Scobie Limited edition, hardcover, full-colour, glossy paper, 108 pages, 10 x 8.5 inches. Includes 12 pages of historical and contemporary photos of Mount Allison Price: $25.00 A joint project of the TANTRAMAR HERITAGE TRUST and the TOWN OF SACKVILLE HERITAGE BOARD Obtainable from Sackville Then and Now A BOOK TO TREASURE - AN IDEAL GIFT Tantramar Heritage Trust, P.O. Box 3554, 29B Queens Road, Sackville, N.B., E4L 4G4 For mail orders of one copy please include postage, shipping & handling costs: Atlantic Provinces $11.00, Ontario/Quebec $14.00, Western Provinces $16.00, U.S. $18.00. For more than one copy please include additional postage, shipping & handling costs of $1.00 per copy (Canadian), $1.50 (U.S.) Pre-payment is requested by cheque or money order payable to “Tantramar Heritage Trust” For further information see heritage.tantramar.com / 35