Charles Giuliano has published six books since 2014. The latest is “Counterculture in Boston: 1968 to the 1980s.” “Boston Fine Arts: Museums, Galleries and Artists” is planned for 2020. He is negotiating with UMass Amherst about the acquisition of an extensive archive of documents, photographs, slides and negatives covering decades of arts journalism. Miriam Osler Hyman was one of the honorees recognized at the Outstanding Women in Law gala at Hofstra Law School in April. Adele Levin and her husband, Bob ’64, are co-authors of “I Will Keep You Alive: A Cardiovascular Romance,” published in April by Spruce Hill Books. The book is about their journey together after Bob endured months of serious cardiac illness in 2011. Terri Castellana Orr wasn’t able to attend Alumni Weekend because she and Marian Alben Pruslin were traveling together in Portugal. Terri reports she recently celebrated her second retirement — this time from her commission as a Massachusetts justice of the peace. Judith Shapiro retired from the presidency of the Teagle Foundation, which supports liberal arts education. Her current board memberships include Scholars at Risk, the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and University of the People. She writes, “My poodle, Nora, just turned 13 and celebrated her bark mitzvah. Friends wished her muzzle tov. She is in great shape for her age, just like some of her human friends.”
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