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2019 Former Woodberry squash team- mates Avery Warmack ’ 19 andWill Long ’ 18 competed against one another inthe 2020 College Squash Association NationalCollegiate Men’s Team Championships in Boston,Massachusetts. Lafayette College squared upagainst Duke University in the Hawthorn Cup.Other Woodberry alumni in attendance playingfor their college teams included Griffin McDaniel’ 17 (Duke University) and Patrick Noonan ’ 19
(Dickinson College). 1
FACULTY & FRIENDSFormer headmaster Dennis Campbell and hiswife, Leesa, had lunch in January with Woodberryalumni currently studying at Duke University.Pictured from left to right are Dennis, GriffinMcDaniel ’ 17, Michael Keohane ’ 19, CordeliaHogan ’ 17, Leesa, Will Long ’ 18, and DiegoValenzuela ’ 16. 2
Former Woodberry English and speech teacherPeter Cashwell published his third book, THEAMAZING Q, in August. Unlike his first twopublications, THE AMAZING Q is a children’sbook, telling the story of the son of the world’sgreatest stage magician.
CALEB ROGERS ’ 16 ELECTED TO WILLIAMSBURGCITY COUNCIL
Caleb Rogers ’ 16 was elected to the Williamsburg City Council in May, days aftergraduating from William & Mary. Caleb knew he wanted to remain in the area aftergraduation, so instead of preparing for job interviews or graduate school, he decided torun for a position on the council.
In the election, Caleb won with a plurality of 27. 35 percent, with the second-placecandidate garnering 25. 48 percent. Caleb’s campaign was centered around threewords: opportunity, responsibility, and accountability. Caleb plans to create a job fairthat would be open to the Virginia peninsula in Williamsburg for William & Marystudents in order to promote young graduates to stay in the Williamsburg area aftergraduation.
Another pillar of Caleb’s campaign was his focus on helping the homeless populationin the city. He has plans to create a study group in order to address the needs of thehomeless population and the resources the city can provide. The final piece of Caleb’scampaign was ensuring the community, as well as individuals, are held accountable.He has regular office hours and maintains a website in order to demonstrate his ownpersonal accountability, and he will encourage the other council members to follow suit.