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Brooklyn-born Osaze Akerejah, who goes by the stage name SazE, has released his hip-hop album “SxS Out Now.” The former philosophy student at Brandeis says his lyrical writing style is influenced by his major. Allie Alexander is a behavioral therapist in Washington, D.C., working with children with autism spectrum disorder. Although she loves her job, she is excited to be moving on in the fall to graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania, to earn a master’s in social work. Caitlin Chiquelin-Croninger was married in January, with Ellen Abramowitz ’11, Ben Rifkin ’12, Tasneem Islam ’15 and Aaron Lefland ’13 by her side. In May, Caitlin earned a Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where she studied sustainable finance. Emily Eng graduated in May from New England Conservatory with a Master of Music in conducting. Before graduating, she gave several conducting performances in Jordan Hall, including a world premiere by composer Michael Gandolfi that commemorated the conservatory’s 150th anniversary. In August, Emily enters a Doctor of Musical Arts program in conducting at the University of Georgia’s Hugh Hodgson School of Music. Bronia Goldman, Leah Naghi and Shani Weiner graduated from medical school in May. Rebecca Kossman married Max Schnaper on Nov. 5 in Springfield, Massachusetts. They were surrounded by many Brandeis friends, including Dani Carrus ’12, Megan Kennedy, Brittany Lerman, Carmi Cheskis-Gold ’15 and Yedidya Ben-Avie ’15, who all served in the bridal party. Alexandra Patch graduated from the University of Vermont in May with an MS in communication sciences and disorders. She will begin work as a speech-language pathologist this fall.
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