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Adam Cohen, an FBI agent with expertise in how terrorists use the Internet, was named special agent in charge of the agency’s Buffalo, N.Y., office. Adam had been serving as section chief of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Internet Operations Section. Sheri Levy Gross performed a benefit concert, On Key, at Temple Beth El in Rochester, N.Y., to raise money for scholarships for Hillel Community Day School students. She performed pop, rock, Broadway and Jewish favorites. Sheri lives in Cleveland with her husband and three children. Robert Menicocci was appointed director of social services in Santa Clara County, Calif. Robert has worked in two California counties in fiscal administration and operations, and at the state level in Massachusetts in both transitional assistance and mental health. He and his partner, Adele, enjoy hiking the Santa Cruz Mountains and soaking up sun at the beach. Sunny Singh published her third novel, “Hotel Arcadia,” a literary thriller. Former women’s basketball star Pam Vaughan was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame at the DCU Center, in Worcester, Mass. In addition to basketball, Pam played soccer and softball at Brandeis. She was inducted into the Joseph M. Linsey Brandeis Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996.

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