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in 2010 with funding from

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation



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We reflect




Our own four years at Stern
Four years of twenty
Our own short time
Molded by those years before.



And this reflection



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Director at Pcbliri.^
HCRBEnT FALK

Hcma PhoiM:




VERSITY



DepartTienl of Public Relations: Sam Hartrtein, Oirecior • Home Phone (212} SW &-8619
Main Center: Arriiierdani Avenue and ISSlh Sireet • New York. N.V. 10033
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FCgl 3MKEDIATE RELEASE



STERN COLLEGE FOR WOtEN TO CELEHRA'E

20th ANNIVERSARY M/iY 1-4

* ft *

Only School of its Kind Began Wi+-li 33 Students,

Narf Has Nearly 600; Growth, New Programs Continue



The dilemma it Eeemed, was basic. The biblical injunction was
"Ihcu Shalt teach thy sons." Never in a millenia were there guide-
lines as to how to Structure a college for women under Jewish spon-
sorship, nor were there many who wished to change tihe traditional
concept of tiie Jewisti woman's prime responsibility, raising a family.'
To Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Yeshiva University, and for the
man who shared his dream, industrialist Max Stern, hcwever, there
were neither contradictions in responsibilities nor dilution of
values. Instead, they contended, there would be a new opportunity
to strengthen the role of the Jewish woman in the conmunity and in
family life tiurough advanced Jewish studies combined with a liberal
arts education,

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/1/^^i; YESHIVA UNIVERSITY

AMSTERDAM AVE. & 186lh ST. - NEW YORK 33, N. Y. • LOrraine M400 Ext 5



SAMHARTSTEilN, Din



ABRAHAM ALLtN. Director. Public Relationa



For rttlaaflflt On or After

Wednesday, March 2U, 19$h



YESHIVi. UKIVERSITT GETS IKITIAL $500,000 GIFT
FFtai MAX STERN TO OPEN COLLEGE FOR I'-'Q^EN

An initial gift of S500,000 by Max Stern of New York City to establish a
College for Women at Yeshiva University waa announced yesterday by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president.

The gift by Mr, Stem, who is president of Hartz Moxuitain Products and
vice-chainaan of the University's Board of Trustees, represents the largest sinfrle
contribution to the institution in its 58-year history. It is also believed to
be the largest gift of its-kinrf to a Jewish educational institution. Dr. Belkin
declared.

Dr. Belkin reported that the College will open this Fall in a mid-toTTi
location and will be called the Stern College for IVonen of Yeshiva University,
He added that the acquisition of a new building would be announced shortly. The
new V/omen's College will he patterned after the UniVfrrsity's present College of
Ar^s and Science^ now entering its twenty-sixth year.

"The gift by Max Stern to establish a liberal arts college for women at
Yeshiva University in loemory "f his parents Qnanuel and Caroline Stern is an
Important st^ in atlvatviru; ..'owi sh contr liiutions to American higher education,"
Dr. PolUn caid.

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WHEREAS :



V/TOREAS'tJ-



LlJCr03S.tESHIVA UNIV&RSITY, IN 1954, THkOUGH THE GRACiOUS
GIFT OF THE LEADING PHILANTHROPIST MAX STERN,
ESTABLISHED STERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN AS THE
FIRST LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNDER
jgWt§°K AUSPICES; AND ^

WHEREAS: THIS- COLLEGE REPRESENTS THE HIGSEST DEVELOPMENT

OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES FOR JEWISH VfOMEN IN THE
WORLD, PROVIDING AN UNPRECEDENTED BLENDING OF
PROFESSIONAL AND SPIRITUAL TRAINING; AND

IT HAS ALREADY ACHIEVED DISTINCTION AMONG NEW -YORK
CITY'S WEALTH OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, AND
ADDED NEW SXREJMGTHANP VITALITY TO THE CITY'S
EDUjSATipNAL AND. CULTURAL PRESTIGE; AND

IT WILL rtOiU> ITS FIRST COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES,
JUNE 19, 19^8;;rHIS GREAT EVENT .T^LL HERALD THE
ENTRY. INTO OUR COMMUNITY OF AWEW RESERVOIR OF
COLLEGE -TRAINED WOMEN, WHO WILL ADD'NENV VITALITY
AND TALENT TO THE PROFESSIONS, AND NEW FAITH AND VIGOR
TO THE SPIRITUAL LIJE OF OUR COMMUNITY, FOONDED ON
THE I«KALS AND TEACHINGS OF JUDAISM COMMON TO PEOPLE '
OF ALL p-An'HS,j*f

NOW, THEREFORE, I,- R<^ERT F. WAGNER, MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEW e

YORK, DO HEREBY PROCLAIM THE PERIOD FROM MAY 1<5, W^s"
TO JUNE 19, 1958, AS

STERN COLLEGE MONTH

IN NEW YORK CITY, IN HONOR OF THE FIRST COMMENCEMEm*
OF STERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, AND
URGE PUBLIC RECOGNITION OF THIS TIMELY AND SIGNIFICANT
ACHIEVEMENT.

rN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE liERKUNTO
SET MY HAND AND CAUSED THE SEAL OF
THE GXTY OF INtEW YORK TO BE AFFIXED
THIS 9ihDAY OF MAY, 1«>5«. .




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WAtOR. THE Cmr ORf MifW 70t«



:;::^/Ufe&:::^ZI^



our past









and mirrors our present.




The first twenty years.

As we look back on those first

years,





We cannot help but note the

changes in Stern itself

and in its students.
Yet the core remains.







What was an ideal twenty years ago is
now a firm committment.
What was an experiment then is now a
secure tradition.



The next twenty years,
changes, new challenges.






dfrom this retrospection,

we find assurance for

the future.



»I<IVERS






Kochaviah
1975

5735




Roberta Pruslin
Editor-Jn-Chief




Deina Shapiro
Assistant Editor



^e, the class of IQ7s h
Stern Coliepe It ^\\ h '""^^^^ shared manv evn. •

the lobby 0/50! ZIT ''^ ""^-S^^aSrrLhTaTdT '"'"^ ^"^ ^^^ ^t
thej'cciege expenence^^^' '"^"- ^-' ^^^^ -re the 'Z, h^wtr^^'^^TJ-" ''"

We soon found each oth • '^''"''^ "'^^^e

^enec, ,he „tol ° f '"''' °"'" - ou Taps "d".""'^'"* """n 'he aisle a,

Whenever weTurn ,1^' '^"'- '^«'>^"'"' ''S comai "t'r"/' *' '"""'" ^^'P bm

- S.e™ C„„;r" '"''' ^'^- - «■" once agai^' ^ ^^if *f°- ™™nes.

' would like to exlsnrl '"« our days

Roberta Prush'n









idiitniitration











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MESSAGE
KOCH AVI AH

1975



FOR




'"'^'''°''" f the College you are prepared to

to achieve a greater appreciation

^^^'^^' , Ki. For it is you who are the

fellow man. Sincerely yours,



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Samuel Belkin
President



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VESHIVA UNIVERSIT





your graduation during the <^r.u r



'a«on975 of S.ern College



College was at i.s founding ^e f '^"^^™«" Wgher education A ■ ^ «'<



significant milestone in



es.ab,ished "nde'r J»™ ^l - »; H.st underg.drt 'i

fhe development of ski ,r''°"'P'''^'^'^^"^ ■" hiXT,'?"'^°"^' fulfillment depends in

-•-»^".-trLr.-fX'iT;-:5^^^^^^^^^^^

During tl,ese past twenty „ears mva ""^J-^h commu„,y.

^nfiden, , J ™- -^ of your class haveStt^^^^^^^^^

alma mater by goine „„ , °" °^ ^°"' "lumnae sisters 1™,,^ '"""'"8 'Capabilities I ar^

"' "^ "'^"""" £2r """™™^ * "^"''^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^




'^ax Stern



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S^ERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN




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^SHIVA UNIVERSITY





OFFICE OF THE DEAN



vour graduation, it might be saiQ, .^.^g ^^.e ranks

firs Year of its existence. ^.^^^^ not merely as ^^''^'^JJ^^ .deal. The

^^ When Stern College was begun 'tw^^V^^^ ^^^^^^^ ,,, ^s the fumUmen_t ^^^^ ^.^^ ^^
ofTns'itutions of higher learning n^eJJ ^^^ ^^^^ , th future ^ to be raised. U is

Joman, the Sages have t-f^^fj^^^.^tone on whieh ^"^^^^^f^^^l^o.^^ to assure
r, end the Jewish home is ttie con ^^^^^ jt as tnen . p ^omen

^ho can build homes tha will ^^^^^p^i.^men ts « ^he f ung ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^f its

the founders of Stern Colleger ^^^^^ College have pro ^^^^ ^^^^,,ed

from the unique educational program ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ f^J^l^^^,^^, accomplished

so much and won such a ^ig"^ ^^ have, and lend aam ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ move

that you will continue ^l^^^''}^^' ^^h you as you accept V^^^^^Jewish American life.




David Mirsky
Dean



14





OFFICE
OF THE
DEAN



MRS. ESTHER REICH



MRS. LIVIATURKEL





MISS DOROTHY COLODNER



MRS. MIRIAM
MOSTOW



REGISTRAR



.MRS, L7 HLL ROSENTHAL



15



MRS. ESTHER ZUROFF



OFFICE OF STUDENT
SERVICES



MRS. PAULINE WINTER



MRS.SHELLEE
BERMAN





BUILDING

SUPER VISOR

AND




MR. SAM MANDELBAUM
Building Supervisor



MR. SAM KLEIN, Cafeteria



16



MRS. EDITH LUBETSKI



LIBRARY



MR. LAWRENCE WISE




MISS IDA MALAMUD



MRS. SARAH KELLER



MRS. ESTHER
STRAUSSER



MRS. LIBBY NEIMAN



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RABBI SAUL BERMAN






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DR. DORIS GOLDSTEIN, Histor*""'^''



mSTORY AND



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tbtll kt vmsUd in s Congress o/ the Vnittd Stales, which

composed oj Memhers chosen every secondYear by ,^ i I j^ / V C i^

lectors of the most nsanerotts Branch of she State Lc^

not have mttmned to the Age of twenty-five Years, and hem sevtm Years « Citixen of the United States.

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to do Business:



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but a smaller number mtrv adjourn from dav to day. and may be authorized to compel the Attendance of absent Members, in such Manner^ and under





DR. MICHAEL HECHT, Political

Science

eir AdfOurrrmenl prfveni tls Return, m which



:prcsei

lllrcl Tay-z. Out

DR. SAMUEL BERNSTEIN, Pord ^ates;
litical Science

5 the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;

tiform Laws on the suh^rci of Flanki-ufj'-cirs throu^lfout the United Stales,

•g" (^'t5Ra'"'|L'AWRENCE GROSSMANV^,



■xy he necessary (except on a tfuestiort of Ad-

^e approved by him, or being disapproved by him.

■'TIS prescribed in the Case of a Bill.

he Debts and prnvidf for the conmon Defence



Authors and Inventors the exclusive Rieht to their respective



DR. SHELLY KOENIGSBERG, Education







DR. SUSAN SARDY, Education




DR. FREDERICK PLOTKIN,

Psychology



DR. MARCEL PERLMAN,

Psychology

DR. ELLEN ROBINSON,

Psychology



MRS. CONSTANCE SKOR,

Education





SOCIOLOGY AND
PHILOSOPHY




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DR. GERSION APPEL, Philosophy




MR. EZRA BICK.

Philosophy






WR. SHALOM CARMY, Philo-

''■■ sophy




DR. LOUIS LISTER, Sociology



25



PROF. ISABELLA BICK. Sociology



DR^ FREDERICK PLOTKIN,

English




SPEECH A ND ENGLISH




MRS. LAUREL HATVARY,

English




DR. DORIS SHORES, English






DR. CAROLE SILVER. English



MRS. PENINNAH SCHRAM,

Speech

MRS. JUNE GOLDEN, Speech




FRENCH, SPANISH, AND GERMAN



MRS. SOFIE LAUFER, German




DR. ANNA KRAKOWSKl, French






MRS.

NANCY

KNOPKA,

Spani.sh



UK. MAX .SORKIN. frcnch



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MR. RAPHAEL PENA, Physics



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required to pull "'^
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(a)
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Will Vibrate with simple harmonic

motion. The circle on which the ball travels is the ".reference circle" of



pie harmonic •u:.j!..i^



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DR. BEATRICE FRIEDLAND





^ ;|i MRS. CECILY DOBIN ^

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MUSIC, HEALTH, AND ART



DR. EDWARD LEVY, Music




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PROF. ARTHER TAUBER, Health



MRS. SHULAMITH
SCHMIDEK, Health



MRS. BEATRICE WARTEL, Health



DR. ELISAR, Health



MR. RICHARD CANTOR,

Art





FACESFROM



Mr. Joseph Friedman


Dr. Steven Lowenstein


Dr. Irene Goldring


Rabbi Jushua


Mrs. Ruth Arjeli


Schmidmaii


Vfiss Lucienne Carasso


Mrs. Susan Flemiiiger


Mrs. Sandra Fine


Mrs. Shirley Shimoff


Rabbi Wallace Greene


Rabbi Norman Twefsky


Rabbi Mitchell Griian


Mrs. Jenny Giges


Dr. Dan Vogel







DORMITORY STAFF






MRS. MILLNER



RABBI & MRS. LOUIS FINKELMAN



MISS RIIA DUNNE



33



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JUDITH ALTSHUL

Hebrew Studies

TAC; Observer, Make Up Editor, Production Editor, Editor in

Chief; Chairman World Jewry Committee; Israel Crisis Com-

m.ittee; Chug Aliya; Big Sister; Registration Aide; Dirshu;

Ashes and Soarks; Senate Committee; Dorm Counselor.





CHERYL S. ANDREWS

Elementary Education

SSSJ; Big Sister; Ashes and Sparks, Editor and Advisor;
School Production, The Madwoman of Chaillot; Zamir Chor-
ale.



36



ESTHER AXELMAN

History /Political Science

Freshman Class President: Chairman of Social Activities
Committee: Chairman, Purim Carnival; Observer, contribu-
tor: Chairman of Installation Dinner; Co-Chairman, UJA;
Student Council, Recording Secretary; Dean's List; Aishel.





ELENA ESTHER BENDELSTEIN

Mathematics



Yavneh; Sophomore College Bowl; Purim
Carnival



V



Ifev



RIVKABEN MEIR

;' ^ ;' Biology — Pre Med

Biology Club; Bnai Zion; Youth Mobiliza-
tion for, Israel; Israeli Student Organiza-



ymERBINSTOCK

: ■' :^ .:: ' / : Enslish'



}^shes' and Sparks'




BETHUmSLER

;;Edu€a-tiph-' ./"■•■/'.■.: •;,:■.■'-;; ■;^";

Aishel Hortof SoGiety;- Pfian!$:List; HectibmCjomrnix
. tee/cha:irmart;:. Big Sister;- EduGation
JpresGHtative; bksltk;iAe; Student Tea^^ ;>';




EVE ANN BULMAN

Sociology

SSSJ; Techiya; Jewish Ea:mily
Service, volunteer.



CHMN^3UT£ER

Speech-; ^ Patholcxgy/PsychQlogj^:
(shaped major); v- ;.;.:;.;•";:;; :-^;:''}^




■,;•:,-•':;■ / ■■-. .' ;.-..^'\ . \\.. ..■,:;■}/■;■■/;.:'; .:.;.;BiolGgy,,

vBj<>JO|y-,Glubj,: ehairman;. Finals' ^^:G
;PelloSi'sKrp';Nprai:nee- ;:Who's Who in AmefiGan Colleges
aMiUrtiversitiesrYaiyneh;' Deari'sListv; ' . ':■'/■. ■"■■■■■■■■.





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BARBARA FAtE COB EN

Jewish Studies ■:■;■:

Freshman Bh^nd Date Party; CGmrnittee to Estab-
lish Career Guidance Program; Observer; Art Exii-
tor. Yearbook; Jewish Arts Festival;" chairman:
Jewish Studies Career Opportunities, chairman;
Committee to Help Handicapped, ehairmari;Yav-
neh; USY, advisor; Sophomore Year at Hebrew
University. ^




'PENNY:MAREEm^^^^

■CROWEEY^:'::'-^^^^^

Political Science .•;'";

■WYUR:; :Yavneh:: i. F'qlitical; Science
Club; Sltudent Council; travel Agent.



B




MARION DERE \

Political Science k



Dean's List; Big Sister; Observer.




jK



S HERRI ANN
CUMSKY

English

Observer; Jewish Arts
Festival, Chairman,
Art Exhibit, Chair-
man; Publicity, Chair-
man.




42



ANNETTE ELBAZ

Sociology

American Sephardic Federation, member.



RA CHA YL LA YA H ECKSTEIN

Education

YU, Torah Leadership Seminars; Vice President, Senior Class; Observer;
Jewish Arts Festival; Speech Arts Forum; Dirshu; Dorm Counselor; In-
ternational Festival, chairman; TAC; Bikur Cholim Dance Group.




, .- ' RACBEl-BAILA ESTEMSON,

, Elementary Education ,

Big Sister;, Drama Society; Soviet Jewry; Apprentice
:Teaeher;;Worked with Special Children.





■IF' IS



FREDIFOGEL

Psychology

Bnei Akivah; Zamir Chorale; Volunteer, Project Return;




JUDY FRANK

: Biology

TAC; Biology Club; Social Activities Committee; Big
; Sister; Bldod Drive: '



mNDYGANZ

Biology



iSendXelSm^QX &R Art Edi-

:; toEvOBferyer;vAishel,Htinors Society , Gold Award;
'.:S\Mmi0Hd^^ birshu; .. Techiya

.SumrherVolunteer; bean's List; Big'Sister. ■' 'K.




RENEE GINGOLD

Education







^'il^



MARTHA GLUCK

Chemistry
Chemistry Club; Speech Arts Forum.




■fe




MARLENE i,
BERNICE -'y
GOLDMAN

Elementary Education'




Big Sister; Ftoor=' Gha.irrtfa;n;,
Apprentice Teacher, Tzidakah,
Committee^ .-,1,;/



IW



JO YCE M. GOLDSTEIN

Education, Judaic Studies Certificate

Joint Pre-Service Educational Planning Board Represen-
tative; Apprentice Teacher; Tutoring; Big Sister; Regis-
tration Aide.



tL.



VIVIANA M. GOLDSCHMIDT

Biology
Biology Club; Purim Carnival




K




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SURIGOTOWNER

Psychology



Publicity, UJA; Senior Sale; Volleyball; ^s^,
Purim Carnival; Class Shabbosim; Blood gMjf



Drives; YU Art Exhibit




Jewish Arts Festival; Dirshu.



49



GISELLE DA VI DA GREEN

History





Biology;, V- - ■ •. 'l:' ■■■ ;.'^ " ^^^^^^^

Big Sister; Dean's List; BikurChoiim; Dance GnouplSfo-
loav Club; Techiya.



■.lilt



DEVORAH ROCHEL HERMAN

Psychology/ Jewish Education

Dorm Counselor: Senior Senator; TAC; Observer, Exchange
Editor; Freshman Orientation; Big Sister.




'mM



J ACQ UELinEHOLCm

:'■":■:' Education





ROSALIND HUPPERT

,■:.'' ■'■?''■■ -Vv'^ ■■■ Biology'

Big Sister; TAC; Biology Club; Registration Aide



S?iiEi«S^iisSS\



ELLEN MIRJAMKALMAM

Speech Pathology/Psychology (shaped major)

• ■. ■, ■'::':• ZamirChorale





■mNLB'KESTENBAa

'Biology'.' 'v'y^^;C-M''''V';/'"r>i.^v:''^:\'-v ,': '^C-'-^'

Big ,SLSter;YU Seminar; Sthopl Prod
;rhan'QfCha:i1iot;^':;'':-',;'-;: '•■''■.■■...■•''■'' '.■■\V^'" : ■'...■;:.



SARA L. KIRSCHBA UM



Student Council, Treasurer; Jewish Arts Festival Com-
mittee; Chairperson Freshman Blind Date Party;
Chairperson Sports Club; Dean's List; School Play —
The Children's Hour.




JUDY KLEINERMA N

English

Techiya coordinator at Stern; Observer, copy editor; Tzeda-
kah. Chairman; Junior year abroad.



54



CLA UDIA GIT A KOENIG

English

Dean's List; Ashes and Sparks, co-editor; Dorm Counselor;
Junior Representative to English Department; Big Sister;
Registration Aide; Bil^ur Cholim Committee.



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SUSAN KOFMAN

Psychology



Aishel Honor Society; Secretary, Junior Class; Benefit for
Israel, Chairman; Sophomore Publicity, chairman; F'^resh-
man Blind Date Party; Registration Aide; Big Sister.



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/Psychology, Hebrew Teacher's.
Diploma, Jewish Studies Certi-




Dirshu; NCSy, advisor;Tsraeli
\Dance Club; /Art /Staff, Year-
book;, Choir; Big Sister;. Bikur
Cholim; Publicity Cammittee;
/Shabbos :Co;mmittee; Voliey-
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EVELYN KRAUT

Pre-med

Student Admissions Society, Chair-
mah; Freshman Orientation Commit-
tee; BiolosvGlub.




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THERESI A ESTHER KROO

Biology — Premedicine
Drama Club; Biology Club. ,




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SUSAN LEBOWITZ

Psychology

Observer, copy editor; Yearbook, Features'
Editor; Big Sister; Registration Aide; Chair-
man, Senior Skating Party; Sophomore
Class College Bowl Committee; Junior Class
Rafile and Israeli Night Committee; Purim
Carnival; Sophomore Theatre Party Com-
mittee. ■ ■ ;• ■



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MARCUS

Jewish Philosophy and Hebrew Teacher's Diploma
Vice President, Sophomore Class; Dean's List.




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Education
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DEBBI SL OA N M USCHEL

Art History

Senior Class, Secretary; Co-chairperson Annual Jewish |
Arts Festival; Yearbook Staff, Photo Editor; Observer
copy staff: Chairperson, Sports club; Treasurer, Dorm
Council; Chairperson, Freshman Blind Date Party






CHERYL MYRA MITNICK

Sociology

WYUR; NCSY. advisor; College Youth for Torah;

World Jewry Committee.



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Psychology

Yearbook, Business Manager; Public Relations Representa-
tive; Glamour Magazine Representative; Social Activities
Committee; Chairman Freshman Shabbos; Contributor,
Masmid; Purim Carnival; Blind Date Party.




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School Froductian; LibraryjAixle; Choir; Junior

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Tzedakah Committee; Chaif man, Stiabbos
Committee; Jewish Arts Festival;- Chairman,
Freshrrian Orientation; Big Sister .Open
House; Seriate, Chairftian.




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ROBIN LYNN PALE^.^^'^:.: - ^-^:-:

Philosophy-. ';'. ■

Drama Club; Floor Chairman; NCSV, advisor; Observer;
TAC; Parsha Club; J.E.P. advisor; TorahU'Mesorah; Phi-
losophy representative.



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PNINA POLtACK

, ;/, Sociology





DEBB Y BETH POM RENZE

, , . English Literature

■'r..;^ :■■■.■■ ■ Observer




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ROBERTA PRUSLIN

Mathematics

Editor-in-Chief,. Yearbook; Dean's List; Who's Who in

American Colleges and Universities; Senior Class

Treasurer; Observer, Features Editor.







MIR YAM ESTER RABNER

English/French

Tour Guide; Yearbook; Jewish Arts Festival;
International Speech Festival.



SHELLEY RIGHT

Marketing Research

Dean's List; Big Sister; Chairman, Freshman Tea;
Registration Aide; Bikur Cholim; Observer, Business
Manager; TAC; Yavneh.




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JOYREITMAN

Psychology
IrTBig Sister; Blood Drive; Dean's List.



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ALINE MICHELLE ROGKMAN

Psychology
■ Project Ezra; Yavneh; Dirshu.






RA CHELLE HERZEELD
ROSENBLATT

Elementary Education



Sophomore Education Representative; Israeli Dafice
Club; TAC; Yavneh; Observer; Volunteer, Bronx
State Hospital's Children's Hospital.



JENNIFER ELLEN J^UDIN

Biology — Prefnedicine

President, Stern' College Student Council; President,
TAC; Speech Arts; Stern College Alumni Award; Co-


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