Tag Archive for 2001

CLASS OF 2001 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Class of 2001 Wesleyan Scholarship Daniel Chung ’20, Bellevue, WA Hey there, 2001-ers. Shout out to the small handful of classmates who contributed to Class Notes this time around. Amy Prisco Quinn shares that she is an attorney at Bloomberg LP in NYC. She resides in Jersey City with her husband and two children. Laginne…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Class secretary, Mara, writes for this issue. Sarah Levin writes, “I graduated from Naropa University in May with a master’s in counseling psychology/art therapy, along with my classmate, Regina Rooney ’84. I am living in the tiny and quirky mountain town of Nederland, Colo., and working at a Denver-based agency as a therapist for adults…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

<strong>Aryn</strong> writes: Reunion &amp; Commencement 2016 marked our 15th year as proud Wesleyan graduates. Scary how time flies. <strong>Elijah Carroll</strong> and <strong>Mattitiyahu Zimbler</strong> reported that our Reunion showing was small but strong. I guess it’s just that time in our lives—busy with young families, careers and being a real grownup. Our 50th Reunion turnout is…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Mara writes this time: Rebecca Schiff’s first book, a collection of stories called The Bed Moved, was published by Knopf in April. I remember Rebecca’s writing from college and can’t wait to read it. Adriana Laser contributed two articles, “Becoming SHE” and “Nursing Solace,” which were featured in the book Being a Woman Surgeon, published by Gordian Knot Books. Christopher C.…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Aryn writes this time: Here goes my first stab at doing class notes. I want to say a big “thank you” to Mara for handling them all by herself up until now. We will be divvying up class notes from here on out. Ross Evangelista is still working as a real estate agent in NYC but he’s…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Michael Homolka writes, “I am living in New York City and have recently switched careers from book production at Simon & Schuster to the New York City Teaching Fellows program. I have also had a collection of poetry, titled Antiquity, accepted and it is forthcoming in 2016 from Sarabande Books.” Elizabeth Savage and her husband of nearly five…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

You’re the best. My last plea yielded so many replies that this is the second edition from months ago, with a few updates. Amanda Sayle Rinzel started working as programming associate at the Sheen Center in Manhattan. Her new role is to “fill the large main stage theater, our beautiful, super-swanky Black Box theater, and…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Class of 2001, you never disappoint. The rest of the many notes I received are available on Wesconnect and will appear in the next issue, too.Nora Friedman writes the following: “I’ve been teaching violin in Brooklyn for the last 12 years (hard to believe). I’m now the assistant Suzuki violin department head at the Brooklyn…

CLASS OF 2001 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

First, some contributions from people who wrote in last time, but had to be bumped to this edition because you were all so fantastic at sending me notes. So while it may be a little out of date, here’s a dispatch from Tara Colton: “On Feb. 26, 2013, my husband Jed and I welcomed our…

SAMUEL V. AARONIAN ’01

SAMUEL V. AARONIAN, an editor and writer, died Apr. 29, 2007. He was 28 and had worked as a project manager for Unison Site Management in New York City. He had also worked in the editorial department of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and had been involved in the publication of several books. His parents,…