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’00

Rebecca Freedman
rfreedma55@hotmail.com

Andria Kolesnikoff wrote to correct an error in the spring ’02 Scope regarding her participation in a cross-country bicycle trip. “I did not work for the group; I paid to participate in its ride in order to raise money for charity.” She adds, “Last summer, I realized a 10-year goal: I bicycled 3,803 miles across the country to raise money for a scholarship fund established in my brother’s memory. We raised over $18,000 for his fund as well as a therapeutic equine riding program.” Andria, who is now living and working in Virginia, is also pursuing an M.B.A. at American University in Washington, DC.

Jamie Linde is attending Georgetown’s master’s program in nursing.

Jeff Beck is in his second year at Boston University School of Law. He’s already landed a summer job at an Illinois law firm that specializes in criminal defense.

Ester Goldschlager is living and working in NYC and can be reached at e_goldsch@hotmail.com.

’01


Janine Renée Geller
JRgeller@aol.com

Sarah Domin is a second-year law student at Catholic University in Washington, DC, and clerked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office last summer.

Molly McClellan is a special-ed teacher at Cherry Creek High School in Englewood, CO, and doubles as junior-varsity field hockey coach. She is completing graduate school at the University of Northern Colorado.

Andrew Lefkowitz moved to Boston last August to pursue a career in audio engineering. He is mixing live concerts for the nationally touring band Five O’ Clock Shadow and working in a recording studio.

Alli Ross is teaching dance in the Boston public schools through the Topf Center for Dance Education, a nonprofit organization.

Michael Coleman lives in Albany, NY, where he is company manager for the Capital Repertory Theatre, a job “both exciting and fulfilling.” Michael still finds time to swing over to campus to visit the Tang and to catch a Cabaret Troupe performance.

’02


Kate Nedelman

Composer Joel Kurzynski debuted his Suite-Gershwin for jazz orchestra at the Loveland (Ohio) High School’s All City Jazz Fest in March. The 15-minute suite features Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Summertime, An American in Paris, and Someone to Watch Over Me.

 


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