Class Correspondent

Reuben Auspitz retired in June from Manning & Napier, following a 32-year career with the investment and financial consulting-services company. He had been a member of the Fairport, N.Y.-based firm’s executive group since 1993. Ann Grossman’s daughter Abigail Arnold was admitted to the doctoral program in English at Brandeis and began classes this fall. Richard Siegel, MA’72, retired as director of the Zelikow School of Jewish Nonprofit Management at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). During his tenure, he helped secure a $6 million naming gift and steered the Zelikow School through a renaming and rebranding effort. In May, he presented the HUC-JIR graduation address at Temple Israel of Hollywood, Calif., and received a certificate of recognition.

Newseum event

TECHNOLOGY TALK: More than 200 alumni, students, parents and friends enjoyed Brandeis Night at the Newseum, organized by the Alumni Club of Washington, D.C. Walt Mossberg ’69, one of the country’s leading personal-technology journalists, discussed the latest in new technology.

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