Class Correspondent

Lydia Flier married David Frederick on Oct. 18, 2015, at the Barn at Gibbet Hill, in Groton, Massachusetts. They met at Brandeis through their involvement in campus comedy groups. They are both fourth-year medical students, Lydia at Harvard and David at Tufts. Andrew Gluck and his wife, Becca Schwartz, live in Forest Hills, New York. He co-founded Agency Within, a digital marketing firm focused on direct-response channels for enterprise brands. He previously managed omni-channel digital marketing for the Vitamin Shoppe’s e-commerce business. Emily Jaeger’s chapbook of poetry, “The Evolution of Parasites,” was published in June. Audrey Lamb earned a master’s in environmental studies from Evergreen State College, in Olympia, Washington. Audrey, an Olympia resident, conducts biological work for a shellfish company. Aaron Louison will marry Lisa-Marie Guzman on Sept. 24 at the Rhode Island Country Club. Aaron is an associate director in the Institutional Advancement Division at Brandeis, and Lisa works as a project specialist in behavioral health integration at Partners HealthCare. They live in Arlington, Massachusetts. Michelle Simone Miller made her television acting debut on the inaugural episode of the new MTV show “One Bad Choice.” She played the role of Dona Huertas, whose true story was the impetus for the episode. Michelle also starred in the sci-fi film “Queen Crab,” by cult auteur director/writer Brett Piper. After nearly five years of working in international auto manufacturing in China, Blaise Nothern will head to France in August with her partner, Matt, for her next adventure, as an MBA candidate at INSEAD. She would love to meet up with any Brandeis people passing through Europe. Zachary Rubenstein married Rebecca Klein ’12 on Aug. 16, 2015, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. Zachary is a finance associate at Citigroup in New York, specializing in financing renewable-energy projects. Rebecca, education news editor at The Huffington Post in New York, is pursuing a master’s degree in journalism at Columbia. In May, Arielle Schwartz graduated with an MBA from the Simmons School of Management.
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