Betsy Diamant-Cohen celebrated the publication of two books within a month of each other: “Mother Goose on the Loose — Here, There and Everywhere” and “Mother Goose on the Loose, Updated,” both aimed at children’s librarians. Ed Frim was named head of school at the MetroWest Jewish Day School, in Framingham, Massachusetts. He looks forward to reconnecting with Brandeis friends now that he’s back in the Boston area. Daughter Naomi entered Princeton University in September after spending a gap year in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Susan Dribinsky Laufer is moving from New Jersey to Chicago to be near her elder son and his family as they prepare for the arrival of grandchild No. 2. The move became possible when Sue was recruited for a remote position with a major contract research organization. Husband Simon is still on a project in the Albany, New York, area, “so the whole set of changes is one big multivariate experiment,” Sue writes. Steve Skulnik is an international commercial arbitrator who chairs the New York City Bar Association’s arbitration committee. Ben Zoghlin is transitioning to the role of employee as his family medicine practice ends a 40-year stint as a private practice and joins the Rochester Regional Health system. Wife Mindy is principal attorney at the Zoghlin Group, which focuses on environmental, zoning, land use, municipal and energy law. Son Jake is an associate at the firm. Ben and Mindy recently vacationed with Scott Israel and spouse Alice Jaffe in the Galápagos and Peru.
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