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Eric Ritvo '96 on JVS Board of Directors

Eric Ritvo '96 has been elected to the Jewish Vocation Service's (JVS) board of directors. JVS is a non-sectarian agency that assists individuals in acquiring education and jobs and aids businesses in hiring and retraining their employees.  More ...

David Weiss '75 President and CEO of CHF

David Weiss '75 has been appointed president and CEO of CHF International (CHF), an international development and humanitarian assistance organization based in Silver Spring, MD. CHF currently is working in 25 countries to help lower income communities to improve their social, economic, and environmental conditions. Weiss will concentrate on ensuring that CHF remains sustainable and able to meet global development challenges. He intends to increase CHF's reputation as a leader and innovator by working with donors and partners to implement programs at the community level that positively change lives.  More ...

Alums Offer Institutional Sales & Trading Career Advice

In the latest installment of the Investment & Finance Series (IFS) the husband and wife team of Brooke (Cobb) Jones ’97 and Paul Jones ’03 will be back on campus Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24, meeting with students and presenting the sixth session in the very successful alumni-led series. Brooke and Paul will present on Sunday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. on "Careers in Institutional Sales & Trading and Best Practices for Earning an Offer."  More ...

Alison Loeb '82 Presents MendelsSongs in NYC

On Nov. 7, MendelsSongs: Stories of a Neighborhood, lyrics by Alison Loeb '82, music by Felix Mendelssohn, will premiere at the Hebrew Tabernacle in New York City. MendelsSongs consists of 20 real-life stories Loeb gathered from her German Jewish neighbors in Washington Heights, set to Mendelssohn's piano solos, Songs without Words. "While MendelsSongs is about a disappearing community, the songs' themes – about love, loss, growing old and survival – are universal," says Loeb.  More ...

Louise Roy '10 to Teach at Hebron Academy

Hebron Academy has appointed Louise Roy '10 as one of the school’s newest faculty. A 2005 graduate of Hebron, she is returning to the school as a science teacher, admissions associate, and assistance soccer and hockey coach.  More ...

Ashley Chang '10 Student Ambassador at Shanghai Expo

Ashley Chang '10 is one of 170 student ambassadors at the U.S.A. Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo in China. The world’s fair attracts as many as 500,000 visitors a day, 35,000 of whom visit the U.S.A. Pavilion. Over 6 million guests have entered the pavilion this year.  More ...

Richard Lucas '84 to Publish Book

On October 19, Casemate Publishers, a leader in military history book publishing, will release Axis Sally: The American Voice of Nazi Germany by Richard Lucas '84. The book will be the first fully-documented biography of Mildred Gillars.  More ...

Mike Evans '05
Mike Evans '05 Hosts Youth Basketball Clinic in Mexico

Mike Evans '05, who is currently working toward a Master’s degree in Education at Harvard University, hosted a youth basketball clinic in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico on Oct. 9. With the help of the son of the newly elected mayor of Juarez, and the support of local parents and volunteers, he organized a free basketball workshop and tournament for 50 children.  More ...

The College 220 class and Judson Potter '89 at Camp Wenonah.
One Weekend, 450 Miles Through the Adirondacks

Over the weekend of Oct. 2-3, the College 220 class, “The Cultural and Natural Histories of the Adirondacks,” explored several Adirondack natural sites, visited the historic John Brown’s cabin in North Elba, and took part in a seminar on paddler’s rights during an overnight visit to Camp Wenonah, owned by alumnus James Schoff, ’68.  More ...

Jim Hands
Jim Hands '37: 90 Is the New 70

The New London Day, New London, CT interviewed Jim Hands '37 for their series "90 is the new 70." Hands shares many stories about his life, beginning with one explaining how he entered the fabric industry: he went to the mill of F. Schumacher & Co. in Paterson, NJ while on a job writing credit reports for Dun & Bradstreet and was asked if he could draw a chair with an intricate design.  More ...

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