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RMitchell
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RMitchell   10/31/2011 10:04:56 AM
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Francys left Olin after her sophomore year and has completely dropped of the face of the earth, as far as I, and everyone I know at Olin knows. She has a Facebook account but doesn't use it. -Olin alum

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Brian Fuller2   1/31/2011 7:47:55 PM
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LJP, if you're in touch with her, please have her shoot me a note when she has a chance. I'd love to catch up with her. Thanks! Brian

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ljp93105   1/28/2011 8:34:43 PM
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Francys seems to be doing fine, and living in Portola Valley. She appears as "Thanks to" in the closing credits for a documentary movie "Under the Boardwalk" that came out last year. I'm sure she will call you one of these days.

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Stargzer   1/28/2011 8:16:24 PM
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Found a link to Olin College: http://link.olin.edu/docs/Past%20docs/Olin%20Expo%20Fall%202006%20-%20Program%2012-14-06%20(3).pdf And one to a site that maintains Diving scores: http://www.flipnrip.com/diving/Unattached/TeamID=2358/action=Stats_Divers_Personal_Best/693/default.aspx

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Brian Fuller2   1/24/2011 5:46:22 PM
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Indeed, Rich. You would think tracking down someone with a distinctively spelled first name would be a snap and that as a 20-something she'd be all over Facebook, but apparently not. Next stop is her high school.

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