Class Correspondent

After the successful debut of his first play, “Truth of a Cause,” Rafi Abramowitz’s latest project is a collaboration with his brothers. “Uncle Oscar: The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of Lyle Capricorn” is a 21-minute TV-comedy pilot split into three mini-episodes detailing the struggle of a former child star determined to regain his fame. It finished filming in January and is currently in post-production. Rose Del Vecchio and Jenny Cheng run a pop-culture/fandom-themed mystery subscription box called FanMail. The box is geared toward lady geeks (aka fan girls). The group tries to source at least one item in each box from a woman-owned small business. Rose and Jenny have commissioned art from Tziporah Thompson. Gabriella Feingold works as a life coach for clergywomen. She is also a special assistant to the vice president for community engagement at HIAS. She and Louis Polisson ’12 moved to White Plains, New York. Samantha Gordon, who completed a master’s in higher-education administration last year, is a resident director at Boston College. She works primarily with first-year students, focusing on the women’s experience at a Catholic institution. Michael Kosowsky earned a master’s degree in physics from Harvard in March. Sarah Minkoff is finishing up another short stint in China. On the way back home, she will travel to Taiwan, Australia and Canada, visiting friends, seeing new sights and trying new things (like surfing). Once she returns to the U.S., she will be waiting to hear back from a number of graduate schools. Isaac Rabbani is an empirical research fellow at Stanford Law School, where he’s part of a team that studies guns, crime and the justice system through a quantitative lens. He earlier worked as a research assistant at the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C. He hopes to begin a PhD in economics in the fall. Adi Fried Sax and Zachary Sax ’12 celebrated the birth of their daughter in September.

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