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News from your classmates
Emily Corbato’s (’65 M.M.) photography was featured in an exhibit at Hebrew College in Newton, Mass. The exhibit was called “Standing Again: A New Generation Responds to the Holocaust,” and Emily’s portfolio of 18 photographs taken at Terezin, as well as text and four images from “The Hidden Synagogue” were part of this exhibit. Her work was also on display at The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in the exhibit "Does Gender Matter? He, She, It – Third Person Singular," as well as at the Cambridge Art Association in a show titled "Violence Transformed." Emily lives in West Newton, Mass. 2009-08-05
Help find your lost classmates
Unfortunately, NEC has lost touch with some of your classmates. If you have e-mail or other contact information for any of the people listed below, please let us know so that we can keep them informed of reunions and other NEC activities.
Suzanne Fernanda Bouchard, Mimi Chang, Qui-Mie Chi, Judith Ann Davis, Eric Forster Fiedler, Charlotte Ann Gibson, Myra Ruzsits Hearne, Imke Heitmann, Marietta Vogel Henny, Josephine R. Henry, Richard Max Holland, Darlene Gaille Hughes, Margaret Evanson Irwin, Berris L. Larson, Hiroko Tanaka Leong, William Francis Luce, Jose Santiago Madera, Nyaboke Okari Magucha, Freda Masse-Gray, Wresh Minassian, Frida Stubbe Moll, Brenda Holly Morrill, Elizabeth G. Noble, Marie Jacobus Parcells, Marion Ravenel Phillips, Sandra D. Provost, Evelia Taborda Romero, Jose Madera Santiago, Patricia Loretta Shinney, Amelia Tyler Skinner, Ronald Edward Smiley, Ronald Perry Strauss, Mary Lou Sullivan-Delcroix, Michael Owen Wise, Barbara J. Yarvin, Keiko Yoshioka.