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FRIDAY Manhattanville Campus Update
Executive Education Session
All-Class Welcome Reception at Guastavino's
SATURDAY Dean Glenn Hubbard’s State of the School Address
Reunion Class Cocktails and Dinner at The St. Regis Hotel
SUNDAY Alumni Family Brunch at The Lighthouse at Pier 61
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Leo Guen (leotguen@gmail.com)
Leo Guen writes: "I had a wonderful time at our 30th Reunion dinner. Great to see Bob and Marlyie Wallach, Bob and Kathy Koch, Suzanne and Andy Cherenson, and Lisa Hoenig. I cried when I saw Gretchen Kruysman and Kathy Evans. Maureen Devane looked so young! Steve Symonds was a wonderful host. Loved dancing with Richard Cacciato's wife Natalie. See you in 5!"

David Katz (DKatz84@gsb.columbia.edu)
I am pleased to announce the release of my second novel, The Real McCoy (Koenisha Publications, Hamilton, MI; ISBN 978-0-9800098-7-3). The Real McCoy is set in 1946 in the fictional Connecticut town of Granbury and its subtext is partly inspired by dark events from Connecticuts past, including a Nazi spy ring and a heavily armed Fascist military training base. I have also written the novel, Sin of Omission, and more than two-dozen short stories that have appeared in literary magazines. The Real McCoy will be available on Amazon.com beginning on August 15th.

Thomas Heymann (theymann@sepsisalliance.org)
Thomas Heymann was named president of the Sepsis Alliance (www.sepsisalliance.org ), a national healthcare charity dedicated to increasing the awareness of sepsis and to reducing its mortality, as well as the disabilities associated with the disease.

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