Class Correspondent

It’s hard to believe that we will soon be celebrating our five-year Reunion! I guess time really does fly when you’re having fun. Whether you’ve started grad school or finished, gotten engaged or married, moved to a new city or started a new job, there is no better time to let your class know what you’re up to and get back in touch. Before you know it, we will be back on campus and together again. I’m looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you next year.

Sarah Farhadian and Rose Lichtenstein served as summer interns at the White House. The internship program is designed to make the White House accessible to future leaders from around the country, and cultivate 
and prepare those devoted to public service 
for future leadership opportunities. On 
June 10–11, Josh Gondelman recorded his first CD of live stand-up comedy, “Everything’s the Best,” at Mottley’s Comedy Club in Boston. Josh won the 2010 Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and tours comedy clubs and colleges around the country. His comedy touches on topics ranging from his experience teaching preschool to his love of gangsta rap. After three years working in the biotech industry, Laura Bonaccorsi is pursuing a Ph.D. in neuroscience at Brown University. Daniel Butler recently launched Balladier Press, an independent publishing company. Albert Cahn is attending Harvard Law School after completing a year at Boston University School of Law. Maayan Zack is living in London and is engaged to be married. Hana Akselrod is engaged to Josh Klindienst ’08. They live in New York. Hana is a fourth-year student at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and is pursuing a master of public health degree at Yale. Josh is a third-year medical student at New York University.
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