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Neveldine ’95 Returns to Class

Hollywood director and writer Mark Neveldine '95 has returned to his alma mater a number of times to share his knowledge and passion with students. Most recently, he and personal assistant Daniel Webb '13 spent a Tuesday evening with students in Professor of English Grant Holly's course, "The Art of the Screenplay." Neveldine has directed and filmed commercials and produced, acted in, written and...
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Frishman '00 Named 40 Under 40

Aaron Frishman '00, a trust and estate lawyer with Bond Schoeneck & King, PLLC, in Syracuse, N.Y., was named to the 40 Under Forty class of 2014 by Bizeventz, a company in the Business Journal News Network. "I'm flattered and honored that I was selected for the award -- it wasn't something I was expecting," says Frishman, who recently returned to the Central New York area with his wife and so...
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President's Forum Welcomes Victoria Reggie Kennedy

As the construction of The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate moves toward completion, Victoria Reggie Kennedy -- legal strategist, financial attorney, and wife of the late Senator Kennedy -- joined the President's Forum Series with a lecture reflecting on governmental gridlock and bipartisanship. Kennedy's talk, "Dysfunction in Washington and Bi-Partisan Politics," arrived ...
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Baker '15 Interns with Mundipharma

Last summer, Georgia Baker '15 completed an internship for the multinational pharmaceutical company, Mundipharma, in Basel, Switzerland. Baker, a political science major with a minor in law and society, worked with the company's in-house lawyer. As an intern with the legal department of the company, Baker helped to oversee transactions and regulations for its offices located across the globe in A...
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Thevenin '12 Returning to DA's Office

With spring just around the corner - give or take a few errant snowflakes - students across campus are beginning to look toward the summer. Among them is Mirabelle Thevenin '12, who will be returning for a second year to the Kings County District Attorney's Office. She plans to intern with its Investigation Bureau, a division that helps address serious, high-profile and violent crimes. Thevenin ...
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