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Steven Gans, P’21, an attorney at Prince Lobel, in Boston, announced his candidacy for the presidency of the U.S. Soccer Federation, the sport’s official governing body in the United States. Judith Kramer Kovach chairs the Kids’ Book Bank, a nonprofit founded in Cleveland in 2016, which provides six free books annually to children 14 or younger in Cuyahoga County. The book bank won the $25,000 Anisfield-Wolf Memorial Award from the Cleveland Foundation and the Center for Community Solutions. Judy Bleiberg Remz and Jeffrey Remz ’79 live in Newton, Massachusetts (next door to Brandeis philosophy professor Bob Greenberg). Judy says that, though being an American studies major did little to prepare her for America in 2018, she remains “hopeful that sanity will rule once again,” particularly now that she is a grandmother. Judy works at Atrius Health as director of risk-adjustment programs, which combines data analytics, information systems and health-care operations. In her spare time (at 6 a.m.), she finds contentment in birding.

Photo of Tony Goldwyn as a Brandeis student in a production of

SCHOOL FOR “SCANDAL”: Decades before he was Fitzgerald Grant III on the ABC political thriller “Scandal,” Tony Goldwyn ’82 revealed already formidable acting chops playing Chris Keller in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” at Brandeis. His character’s “heartbroken horror at learning his beloved father’s dark secret was powerfully exquisite,” noted The Justice. Goldwyn will receive the Alumni Achievement Award on Saturday, June 9, during the inaugural Alumni Weekend. (Photo courtesy Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections Department, Brandeis)

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