Ndubuisi Eke retired as professor of surgery at Nigeria’s University of Port Harcourt. He has three grandchildren and lives in Los Angeles. David Gotthelf reports he’s still working a bit, including maintaining his private psychology practice and teaching at Boston University. “But watching my two grandchildren grow and develop is what I am by far most thankful for,” he says. Nancy Kaufman has been appointed by President Joe Biden to serve as commissioner of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad. She previously served as CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women for eight years. Rachel (Glasser) Kovacs teaches classes on media and public relations at the College of Staten Island, CUNY. Her study of political strategist Belle Moskowitz will appear as a chapter in “Women and Leadership in the Public Relations Industry: An International Perspective,” an upcoming Routledge publication. She also works as a freelance writer, including reviewing off-Broadway plays for offoffonline.com. Dennis Shulman and Pamela Tropper, inseparable since their sophomore year, are now retired together. Dennis, a clinical psychologist/psychoanalyst, was ordained as a rabbi at age 53. Pam was an obstetrician, specializing in perinatology and public health. They now live in Boston, a block and a half away from younger daughter Juliana, son-in-law Steve, and granddaughters Esme and Dahlia. Older daughter Holly lives in Concord, New Hampshire, with son-in-law Jonathan and grandson Zeke. Sara Sunstein writes, “I never did graduate from Brandeis, having left after the student strike to head to Berkeley, California, where I still live. I did ceramic sculpting and taught creativity, which morphed into hands-on bodywork, which I still practice and teach, with sculpting on the side. I made some fantastic friends at Brandeis. Anyone who knows me who’s wandering out this way, contact me at info@sarasunstein.com.” Ivy Weiner, who is celebrating 45 years of marriage to Jeffrey ’71, practices pediatrics part time.
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