65th Reunion
June 5-7, 2020

Judith Aronson, P’11, G’21, asks anyone with good ideas for the 65th Reunion to share them with her, wonders how many classmates will be traveling to campus in June, and would love to hear from everyone. Contact her at jvpaull@gmail.com. Robert Herman is immersed full time in his architectural practice, which is focused on affordable housing and synagogue design. He currently is designing 256 prefabricated apartments for chronically homeless people living on San Francisco’s streets. He writes, “Often recall our dear pioneering years on campus. Truthful — not fake — thoughts, even unto their innermost parts!” Gloria Goldreich Horowitz’s latest novel, released by Severn House Publishers, is “After Melanie,” about the far-reaching impact of a child’s death on a fragile marriage. Gloria’s previous novels include “The Bridal Chair” (2015); “Open Doors” (2008); “Dinner With Anna Karenina” (2006); “Walking Home” (2005); and “Leah’s Journey” (1978), which won a National Jewish Book Award. Naima Wallenrod Prevots has been consulting with Orot Israel College, helping to develop a master’s program in dance. She and Saga Vuori Ambegaoker got together for the first time since 1953; they last saw each other at Brandeis. Evelyn Sheffres works in ceramics. Her enamel mezzuzot can be seen on office doorways at the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center. She makes her home in Carlsbad, California, where she lives near family.

Two women pose with their arms around each other's shoulders on what looks like a college campus.

IN GOOD COMPANY: Saga Vuori Ambegaoker and Naima Wallenrod Prevots, both ’55, reconnected with each other for the first time since 1953, in Ithaca, New York.

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