Class Correspondent

Darren Gallant received a master’s degree in higher education/student personnel administration from New York University. He is working in student affairs at Grinnell College in Iowa.

David Kleinstein works for Worldview Software, a seller of social studies software to middle and high schools. Before taking the job, he participated in Masa Israel, which provides internships and scholarships to people ages 18 to 30 who want to work in Israel for between five months and a year. Kleinstein spent his first three months in Israel studying Hebrew and his last three months at Kol Israel English Language News, a major Israeli radio station.

Benjamin Terris won the Chronicle of Higher Education’s David W. Miller Award for Young Journalists. He received the $1,000 prize for three articles published during his internship with the publication. In making its selection, the Miller committee cited Terris’ dogged and balanced reporting, topical range and artful prose.

Harley Yanoff, who has performed in musical theater, television and movies, established Spotlight Productions to provide children ages 7 to 17 the opportunity to learn stage, television and film acting techniques and perform in a fully staged musical for a public audience.

Matt Ruby graduated from Cornell University’s Sloan Program in Health Administration in May with a master of health administration degree. He moved to Chicago, where he works in operations management at a hospital.

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