Class Correspondent

Roslyn Bernstein teaches journalism workshops at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, and is an active arts and culture journalist. The co-author of “Illegal Living: 80 Wooster Street and the Evolution of SoHo,” she has finished writing a young-adult novel, “Skipping Stones,” set in Jerusalem in 1961 during the Adolf Eichmann trial. Roslyn spent part of 1961 in Israel through the first Brandeis Hiatt program. Bernard Lind writes, “Still living our lives between Florida, where we regularly see several classmates (including Steve Cohen, who lives in the same condo complex), and Saint- Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France, where we spend the summer. Hope we get to see more of you soon.” Odette Rector Peterson is a board member for the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program at Brandeis. Marc Sapir has a website featuring his selected writings; the URL is He reports, “I am lucky to continue friendships with at least five Brandeisians, including my best-ever roommate, Saha AmaraSingham ’65, whom my mother once and forever designated as my brother.” Bob Schneider, P’91, retired as a partner at Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen after 47 years of practicing law in Manhattan. He and his wife, Sharyn, have lived in Great Neck, New York, since 1971. They have six grandchildren and two daughters: Lori ’91, who has an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business, and Pamela, who has an MBA from Columbia. Bob and Sharyn spend their winters in Florida, where they enjoy seeing classmates Bob Kleiner, Bernie Lind and Billy Goldberg, along with their wives. They all look forward to attending the 55th Reunion at Alumni Weekend in June.

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