Jackie Hyman’s fourth book in the Safe Harbor Medical Mysteries series, “The Case of the Long-Lost Lover,” was released in print and digital editions in October. This is the 104th published book for Jackie, who writes under the pen name Jacqueline Diamond. Richard Kopley and wife Amy Golahny ’73, both retired college professors, have moved to Newton, Massachusetts. In the fall, Victoria Free Presser was running on the Democratic line for a seat on the Common Council in White Plains, New York. Reid Selden retired and moved to Charleston, South Carolina, to be near his two children and two grandchildren. His daughter is a pediatric emergency doctor; his son recently obtained a real estate license. Susana Tabbat Wurzel is an artist, focusing primarily on textile arts, and has space at Shepherd & Maudsleigh Studio, in West Newton, Massachusetts. She and husband Jaime expect their fourth grandchild in March.

A man with gray hair and beard talks animatedly to three young women.

OPENING DOORS: A dozen alumni, including Leroy Ashwood ’71, returned to campus in the fall to recruit students for open positions in their companies at the Business, Consulting and Finance Career Fair, hosted by the Hiatt Career Center.

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