Ray Graham is a retired professor of linguistics at BYU. Graham and his wife Bobbe are currently working in the Development Department of the Provo MTC, where they are helping create online language learning resources for missionaries.
Phillip J. Bryson retired from BYU and he and his wife Pat currently reside in the Dallas area close to four grandchildren. Bryson is writing a book on the various theories of socialism and the frustrating attempts to implement socialism in the Soviet Union, India, China, and the East European Countries. The book also will cover democratic socialism in West Europe and a section on the new socialism.
David Mortimer participated in a summer internship through BYU in Spain with Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty. The summer internship led to a job offer after graduation to continue working for RFE/RL. He spent one year in Germany, three years in Spain, and three years in Portugal. After seven years abroad, he decided to return to the U.S. to complete a master’s degree and has worked for two international corporations while in the U.S.
Matthew McGhie attended Brigham Young University and the University of Southern California, receiving degrees in international relations, sociology, an MPA, and a JD. McGhie served a mission in Brazil and taught Portuguese at the MTC while attending BYU. He currently lives in Maryland and works at the U.S. Senate Office of the Legislative Counsel. McGhie is married to Angela Packer who was on the Ballroom Dance team with him at BYU. She currently works as a professional genealogist, and they have three children.