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Kimberlee Bachman married David LoVerme on Aug. 27. Several Brandeisians participated in the wedding: Becky Webber officiated; Elyssa Cherney, Estee Fleischman and Cindy Kaplan served as bridesmaids; and Rebecca Bachman ’13 was maid of honor. On May 23, Joshua and Zahvi Koppel ’11 had a baby boy, Eitan Sol. Joe Levitan, who earned a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Teachers College in 2011, received a PhD from Penn State in May. In August, he became a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University. His other big news: He married Kayla Johnson in June. In 2009, Joe and former roommate Alex Ball ’09 founded the Sacred Valley Project to provide girls from indigenous communities in the Peruvian Andes access to secondary school. For more information, visit www. Amelia Liebhold married Peter Kohns on April 9 in Savage, Maryland. They met in Shanghai during her assignment at the U.S. consulate and now reside in his native Germany. Emily (Rosenfield) and David Magid are overjoyed to announce the birth of their son, Samuel Aaron. He was born on April 6, 2016, in New York City. Rachel Marder is engaged to a fellow rabbinical student, and is in her fifth and final year of studies. Rachel Jarman Myers is the director of the Museum of Mississippi History, which is scheduled to open in December. Previously, she was the museum and special projects coordinator at the Institute of Southern Jewish Life, in Jackson. Colin Nickels received his MS in information science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is now a member of the North Carolina State University Fellows Program. Joshua Nudell completed a PhD in Greek history from the University of Missouri. Steven Seperson and Melissa Gluck-Seperson welcomed a son, Jeremy Mitchell, on March 16. Jill Seplowitz and her husband, David Anesh, had a daughter, Nessie Nicole, on Jan. 24.

Alumni at America restaurant, in Tel Aviv.

RED, WHITE AND TRUE: Thirty alumni and friends celebrated summer with a happy hour at America, a restaurant in Tel Aviv. From left: Anat Ben Nun ’09; Leslie Abuaf ’08; Nicole Gilliat ’08, Alumni Club of Israel co-president; Dror Weiss ’09; Rachel Schuster ’08; and Zach Weinstein ’08, who co-chaired the event with Nicole.

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