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Adam Rifkin joined Guggenheim Partners as a senior managing director in the New York office of Guggenheim Securities. He began his investment-banking career at Credit Suisse First Boston in 1997, moving from there to Lehman Brothers and in 2008 to Barclays, when it acquired Lehman Brothers’ North American investment bank. Tyler Korn received the Dr. Irving Moskowitz and Cherna Moskowitz Award for his support of the Zionist Organization of America and Israel at the group’s annual awards dinner on Nov. 24, 2013, in New York. Tyler is head of the Korn Law Firm, which has offices in Naples and Palm Beach, Fla., and New York City. Ben Shahrabani is one of the publishers at Com.x, an independent comic company that creates graphic novels. In January, Com.x released “Duppy ’78,” a graphic novel that re-imagines Jamaican and Rastafarian ghost stories in the style of a 1978 gangland drama. Ben, who has 10 years of experience in the motion picture industry, earned an MFA in the producers program at UCLA.

OPEN SESAME: Nearly 120 alumni and their families enjoyed a day of food, rides and fun at Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pa. The alumni clubs of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Long Island, New York City, Northern New Jersey and Westchester/Southern Connecticut organized the event.
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