Fifth in a Series

CLASS OF 2000
Keeping tabs on five freshmen from the last class of the millennium

By Marisa Cigarroa



Josia Rivers Lamberto-Egan has style. He sports a long mane of shiny black hair that he likes to pull back in a ponytail. On days when the California sun is burning strong, he often can be seen swaggering across campus in a T-shirt and vintage blue jeans that widen at the hem. Preppy he is not.

In his college application, Lamberto-Egan was asked to write a brief letter to his future roommate relating an experience that revealed something about himself. The Choate Rosemary Hall graduate chose to describe the day he went from being a clean-shaven lad to being a muttonchop-whiskered dude.

“One morning,” the 17-year-old wrote, “still groggy from the infamous four-day battle of ‘term paper due date,’ I awoke to the honeyed voice of the stubble on my chin, enticing, tempting, seductive. ‘Shape me,’ it crooned, ‘for I can be beautiful.’ My resistance to its charms lowered from lack of sleep, I drew my blade and foam, not to kill, but to carve, to craft, to reveal, like Michelangelo, the art hidden within my coarse medium.

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