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On Friday, March 2, a record-breaking number of MET students, faculty, and alumni attended a sold-out MET Night at Agganis Arena. Four-hundred strong, they cheered on BU’s Terrier hockey team, who beat Northeastern University rivals, the Huskies, 5–2.
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Lilly Cleveland (MET’80) of Duxbury, Mass., recently showed her watercolors and charcoal drawings in a solo exhibition at the Paul Pratt Memorial Library in Cohasset, Mass. Lilly’s show was sponsored by the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, where she is a faculty member and gallery artist. She earned a certificate in 2011. “It felt great to be back on campus,” she writes. Visit Lilly’s website at yourfamilysearch.com.
Daniel S. McNulty (MET’95) was promoted to the rank of colonel in the U.S. Air Force. He is currently stationed in San Antonio, Texas.
Aaron Michaelian (MET’10) of Converse, Tex., reports that he has retired from active duty after 21 years of service. He writes, “Now it is time to start enjoying the civilian side of life. Loving every minute of it.”
Carlos A. Rosales (MET’89) of Guatemala City, Guatemala, is working on a doctorate in political science and sociology in the Guatemala program of Spain’s Universidad Pontificiade Salamanca. Carlos earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from York University in Toronto, Canada, in 1993 and a master’s in political science from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, in 1995.
Col. Jack Shippee (MET’04) of Westerly, R.I., writes that he will be retiring after 30 years with the Charlestown Police (Rhode Island), the last three as chief. “I will be taking the summer off, teaching a couple of classes, and looking for a new adventure in the fall. To all my MCJ classmates, stay safe!”
Jeanie Standard (MET’09), who graduated with a bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies, concentration in women’s health and wellness, will be putting her knowledge to use in an exciting new endeavor. Currently an applications specialist with GE Healthcare, she was selected as one of two people from her national team to serve on a rural health initiative aimed at reducing infant mortality rates. She will be training doctors and midwives on using ultrasound in the treatment of their patients. Jeanie will be making several international trips over the next few years, starting with Tanzania.
Robert L. Tonsetic (MET’91) of Easton, Md., published 1781: The Decisive Year of the Revolutionary War (Casemate, 2011). Robert is a former U.S. Army colonel and author of a trilogy on Vietnam combat.