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contents Spring 2007 Volume 27, Number 1 departments 3 Mail Call 11 Ruminations Keeping workers fit. By Theresa Pease A Flash of Light A New Hampshire teacher gains new understanding by walking in a relative's Holocaust footsteps. Office of Communications©2007 Brandeis University niailcall Looking Good When reading the Fall 2006 issue, I was struck by one particular strength of the magazine: its snazzy format and design.
Andrew Levine New York City Levine is counsel to Credit Suisse, an international banking firm in New York City.
Carlos Mendez Brooklyn, New York Mendez is a volunteer with Fundacion Renacer, a nonprofit humanitarian organization with offices in the Dominican Republic and New York City.
In attendance were Elijah Feinstein '97, Juan Sanabria, Aaron Cohn, and Noam Gundle.
As Ellen is a graduate student at UCLA, and I'm wotking on my MD/Ph D at Boston University, we are living a bicoastal existence in Boston and Los Angeles, but will soon be settling in Boston. " Adam Greenwaidd Fort Defiance, Arizona Greenwald is a graduate student at the Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
— Alex Koifinan '81 Auburndale, Massachusetts Altered States 1 was dismayed to see that four of the five students featured in "5 for '10" [Fall 2006] are from either New Jersey or New York.
While 1 have nothing against these first- years — or the New York— New Jersey region — I find this sampling of students misrepresents Brandeis to alumni, faculty, and friends who receive the magazine.
Amanda recently finished her residency in internal medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston and will be starting a fellowship in gastroenterology at Brown in 2008.