Mark Broder, retired from Grand Canyon University, reports that life is good in Phoenix, where he lives with wife Kerry and son Adam. He would love to catch up with classmates. Physician Tina Dobsevage is active in the New York chapter of the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Women’s Association. She and husband Jonathan House have lived in the same Manhattan apartment since 1974, and have two children and a grandson, who also live in Manhattan. Judaic paintings by Marjorie Feldman were exhibited earlier this year at the Mandell Jewish Community Center, in West Hartford, Connecticut. In 2021, Ian Lustick became emeritus professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania. This year, his most recent book, “Paradigm Lost: From Two-State Solution to One-State Reality” (2019), was translated into Hebrew and published in Israel by Resling Press. Philip Rubin is board president at the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences. He is chief executive officer emeritus and a former senior scientist at Haskins Laboratories. Constance Kelmenson Silver announces that — after two sons, three stepsons and two grandsons — a granddaughter, Iris Williamson Silver, was born in January 2021. Lucy Weinstein and husband Mark, both P’01, are celebrating their 50th anniversary in June. After retiring as physicians, the couple moved from Long Island to Bedford, Massachusetts, to be closer to children Juliana (married to Matthew Cohen ’03) and Adam ’01, and their five grandchildren. Lucy volunteers with several national environmental-health organizations, and she and Mark are avid hikers and English country dancers.
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