1990s Ian Andrew “Andy” MacDonald (’93), assistant professor of French, received the Constance and Rose Ganoe Memorial Award for Inspirational Teaching during Dickinson College’s Commencement exercises on May 18. Shiralee Hudson Hill (’98) is the interpretive planner for the Alex Colville (’42, LLD ’68) exhibition, currently running at the Art Gallery of O ntario. It is the largest Colville retrospective ever hosted in Canada, and includes the Athletics Mural, on loan from Mount Allison, as well as a number of works from the O wens Art Gallery collection. The exhibit runs until Jan. 15, 2015 (www.ago.net) Dennis Sakalauskas (’98) is founder and President of O ttawa-based DPS O riginal Healthcare and DPS Marketing and Design. He has enjoyed many experiences in business and education, living in Scotland, where he completed his master’s; Boston; and Montreal, and says he met and worked with many Allisonians along the way. the Population Genetics and Computational Biology Research Group led by Noah Rosenberg at Stanford. Lloyd Taggart (’02) and Sonya Taggart are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Hannah Marie Taggart on Aug. 20, 2014. Doug Drover (’05) and Vickie Lamb Drover (’05) welcomed their third child, Jack (John Frederick Douglas) on June 16, 2014. Coming in at a whopping 10lb, 8 oz, Jack will no doubt be trying out for the Mounties defensive line in 2032. Big sister Grace and brother Sam are thrilled. Ryan Wong (’06), pictured left, with his wife and baby recently visited Brad Locke (’06) , right, in Beijing. They made the trek together to visit the Great Wall of China. SEVEN DECADES we have had a special relationship with the people of Mount Allison University. We have welcomed prospective students and parents; celebrated graduations; hosted reunions; and accommodated alumni, visiting lecturers, honorees, and board members. We are a pre-Confederation Victorian home with 18 rooms and a fine dining room. We are a proud supporter of Mount Allison. FOR “Why get a room, when you can get a home?” 55 Bridge, Sackville, NB E4L 3N8 MARSHLANDS INN 2000s Bridget Algee-Hewitt (’00) has been appointed as a Fellow in the Stanford Center for Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics for 2014-15. She and partner Mark Algee-Hewitt (’00) are both at Stanford U niversity. Mark has been the associate director of the Stanford Literary Lab since 2012and he has just now accepted an assistant professor position in digital humanities in the department of English. Last summer, Bridget left her position of Haslam Research Fellow in Forensics at U T Knoxville, where she was jointly appointed in the skeletal and molecular laboratories, to join 1-800-561-1266 Bridget Arsenault (’08) completed a charity swim across the English Channel in support of Build Africa this summer. Build Africa combines education and livelihoods projects to help communities in Kenya and U ganda live happier, healthier, and more fulfilled lives. See us at www.marshlands.nb.ca E-mail: marshlds@nbnet.nb.ca / 33