Tag Archive for 1984

CLASS OF 1984 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Roger Pincus is covering the class news this issue. We begin with the latest from Robin Ginsburg, who is living and working in NYC as director of vitreoretinal surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center. She reports that her son, Jason, had his Bar Mitzvah in October and that her daughter, Samantha, started high school this…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Greetings, Fellow classmates. Michael Steven reporting this month. First up are my Gingerbread House alumni Peter Stine and Michael (“Misi”) Polgar. Peter, who chairs the department of physics and engineering at Bloomsburg University, reports the birth of his son, Milo, last April. Peter also referees roller derby. Misi lives with his family near Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Roger Pincus is covering the class news this issue: We begin with Charisse Deutch Litchman, who reports her biggest Wes news: her middle daughter, Tess Litchman ’16, graduated from Wesleyan this year and is going on to medical school. Charisse and her husband, Mark, are also very proud of their oldest daughter, who is a…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

It’s Michael Steven this month, and we have a short list of updates to kick off 2016. Big news from CFA director Pamela Tatge. Pam, who has led the CFA for 16 years, was just named executive and artistic director of Jacob’s Pillow, the long running dance festival in the Berkshires. Blake Nelson’s young adult novel, Recovery Road, was made into a TV…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Roger Pincus brings you the news this issue. Here is the latest from our classmates: David Silbert reports that he has been in Lancaster, Pa., for 21 years, where he specializes in pediatric ophthalmology and eyelid surgery. He is excited about his new practice, Conestoga Eye, which opened on October 20, 2015. The practice is community-focused and…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Roger Pincus is your reporter this issue. Here is the latest news from our classmates: Linda Johnson Dougherty has let us know that her husband, Patrick Dougherty, was featured on CBS Sunday Morning on March 15. Linda made a brief appearance, too. The link is cbsnews.com/news/a-north-carolina-sculptor-branches-out/. Linda and Patrick live in Chapel Hill, and Linda…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Hello, Classmates. This is Michael Steven again, reporting, Roger will be your host next time around. Mark Randles brings us sad news about classmate John Koch, who passed away on Jan. 30 from complications following a cardiac arrest in August caused by a blood clot. John was a member of the cross-country team at Wesleyan,…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Roger was at the Reunion, and gives this report: Our class had a strong and lively turnout for our 30th Reunion on Memorial Day weekend, with the numbers picking up substantially by Saturday night, just in time for the open bar reception in Usdan’s west dining wing. A surprise performance by the Wesleyan Cardinals, joined…

CLASS OF 1984 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

Roger Pincus is your host this issue. Thanks to everyone who’s submitted news to us—here it is: Michael Misi Polgar is an associate professor of sociology at Penn State University in Hazelton, Pa. His work includes sociological research on gendered variations in service learning. He and his wife, Michele, are happily busy with three daughters,…

Class of 1984 | 2014 | Issue 1

Happy winter, fellow classmates. Roger Pincus and I (Michael Steven Schultz) are your new class secretaries, and this is our first set of notes. I won the coin toss and will be your host this month, and Roger will take over next time. Thanks to all who took the time to send us a little…