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Rachel Schneiderman ’00 graduated with an MLS from the University of San Francisco and
is earning a master’s in Spanish literature.
Virginia Lupi ’01 is a full-time college faculty member since completing an MFA. She is planning
a move to Corning, NY, to take the position of executive director of The ARTS of the Southern Finger Lakes, an arts council for Chemung, Steuben, and Schuyler counties. The position is “a perfect marriage of my advocacy/management skills and history, and my identity and education
as an artist.”
Steven Raptis ’02 completed an MS in criminal justice from Boston University in February 2005.
Jude Winters Fricano ’03 and husband Bill welcomed daughter Ellie last March.
Lee Zimmerman ’04 authored an article for EliteFTS, a Web site for weight training and fitness products (http://elitefts.com/documents/fish_oils.htm), this spring. He completed a master’s
in exercise science from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a 3.9 GPA. The degree
is focused on injury prevention and performance enhancement. He was also certified by the NSCA
as a professional and collegiate strength coach, and also passed the National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist exam. In addition, he won Worlds in the 181-pound weight class in Atlantic City, with over 16 countries represented.
Hasan Alhosh ’05 welcomed son Yousef in November 2005.
Denis Livsey ’05 is pursuing a master’s in art education at St. Rose College in Albany.
Susan Parillo ’05 is enrolled in the PhD program in philosophy at SUNY-Albany.
Jennifer Evans ’06 and her husband welcomed son Asher last March.
Eberhard “Lo” Faber ’06 is in graduate school at Princeton University.
Gayle Mahoney ’06 is the marketing, design, and Web site manager at the Montclair (NJ) Art Museum.
Christina Salerno ’06, a soloist with England’s Royal Ballet, finished her final project in February 2005 and gave birth to daughter Vivian the same week.