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Class of 1989 Kathleen Anderson (and Susan Jones)
Jane Austen’s Guide to Thrift: An Independent Woman’s Advice on Living Within One’s Means (2013)
Class of 1989 Andy Balinsky
Cisco Wireless LAN Security (2004)
Class of 1989 Luis Beveniste
All Else Equal: Are Public and Private Schools Different? (2003)
Class of 1989 Laurie Blaukopf
Children of Israel (2000)
Colors of Israel (2001)
Class of 1989 Christopher Bolton
Sublime Voices: The Fictional Science and Scientific Fiction of Abe Kobo (2009)
coeditor, Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams: Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime (2007)
associate editor, Mechademia, an annual forum for academic criticism of anime, manga, and fan arts: Mechademia 1: Emerging Worlds of Anime and Manga (2006)
Mechademia 2: Networks of Desire (2007)
Mechademia 3: Limits of the Human (2008)
Class of 1989 Mark Brazaitis
The River of Lost Voices: Stories from Guatemala (Iowa Short Fiction Award) (1998)
Steal My Heart (2000)
Class of 1989 Anupam Chander
The Electronic Silk Road (2013)
Class of 1989 Nicole Dekle Collins
Contributor, Essay on Stephen Petronio in Fifty Contemporary Choreographers (1999, reprinted 2000 and 2003)”Un profond désir de normalité,” Le Soir de Bruxelles (September 14, 2001)
“Louis’ Legacy: The Paris Opera Ballet’s French Twist,” Pointe Magazine (October/November 2002)
“A Tribute to Eva Evdokimova,” Dance Magazine (July 2009)
Class of 1989 Caleb Crain
Necessary Errors (2013)
American Symphony: Men, Friendship, and Literature in the New Nation (2001)
Class of 1989 Lisa Dilling
Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (2007)
Class of 1989 Rushika Fernandopulle
Uninsured in America: Life and Death in the Land of Opportunity (2005)


Class of 1989Laurie Gardner
The Road to Shine: A Story of Adventure, Life Lessons, and My Quest for More (2014)
Class of 1989Allegra Goodman
The Other Side of the Island (2008)
Intuition (2007)
The Family Markowitz (2005)
Paradise Park (2002)
Kaaterskill Falls (1999)
Total Immersion (1998)
Class of 1989 Ronald Granieri
The Ambivalent Alliance: Konrad Adenauer, the CDU/CSU and the West, 1949-1966 (2004)
Class of 1989Paul Greene
edited Wired for Sound: Engineering and Technologies in Sonic Cultures (2005), winner of the Society for Ethnomusicology’s Klaus P. Wachsmann Prize (for Advanced and Critical Essays in Organology)
Class of 1989Julie Hilden
“A Contractarian View of Animal Rights: Insuring Against the Possibility of Being a Non-Human Animal” in Animal Law (2007)
Three (2003)
The Bad Daughter (1998)
Class of 1989 Richard Howells
The Myth of the Titanic (1999)
Visual Culture (2003)
“Aaron Siskind” in The Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Photography (2006)
“Beyond Lippmann: Media and the Good Society” in Education and the Good Society (2004)
Class of 1989 Marjorie Ingall
columnist, “The East Village Mamele,” in The Jewish Daily Forward
Smart Sex (1998)
The Field Guide to North American Males (1997)
Class of 1989 Allison Jernow
Don’t Force Us to Lie: The Struggle of Chinese Journalists in the Reform Era (1993)
Class of 1989 Thomas Joo
editor, Corporate Governance: Law, Theory, and Policy (2004)
various academic/legal publications
Social Science Research Network (working papers)
Class of 1989 Cecile Kuznitz
YIVO and the Making of Modern Jewish Culture (2014)


Class of 1989 Anthony Laden
Reasoning: A Social Picture (2012)
Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago
editor, Multiculturalism and Political Theory (2007)
“Transcendence without God: On atheism and invisibility” in Philosophers without Gods (2007)
Reasonably Radical (2001)
Class of 1989 Mihail Lari
The Dual City: Karachi During the Raj (1997)
Class of 1989 Shelly Leanne
Joshua’s Bible Winner of the 2004 Fiction Honor Book Award (2003)
Class of 1989 Steve Levitt
with Stephen J. J. Dubner Freakonomics (2005)
Economics of Criminal Law (Economic Approaches to Law) (2008)
with Stephen J. J. Dubner Superfreakonomics: Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance (2010)
Class of 1989 Charles Liu
The Handy Astronomy Answer Book (2013)
One Universe: At Home In The Cosmos (1999)
Class of 1989 Sonja Lyubomirsky
The Myths of Happiness: What Should Make You Happy, but Doesn’t, What Shouldn’t Make You Happy, but Does (2013)
The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want (2007)
associate editor of The Journal of Positive Psychology. Selected papers below, more here.
“Why Are Some People Happier Than Others?” in American Psychologist (2001)
“Rethinking Rumination” in Perspectives on Psychological Science (2008)
“The Benefits of Frequent Positive Affect: Does Happiness Lead to Success?” in Psychological Bulletin (2005)
“Pursuing Happiness: The Architecture of Sustainable Change” in Review of General Psychologist (2005)
Class of 1989 Yonatin Malin
Songs in Motion: Rhythm and Meter in the German Lied (2010)
Class of 1989 Brooke Masters
contributor to A Legacy of Innovation: Governors and Public Policy edited by Ethan G. Sribnick (2008)
Spoiling for a Fight: The Rise of Eliot Spitzer (2007)
Class of 1989 Kimberly McClain DaCosta
“All in the Family: The Familial Roots of Racial Division,” in The Politics of Multiracialism, Heather Dalmage (ed.) (2004)
“Multiracial Identity: From Personal Problem to Public Issue,” in New Faces in a Changing America: Multiracial Identity in the Twenty First Century, Loretta I. Winters and Herman L. DeBose (eds.) (2002)
“Changing Face, Changing Race: The Remaking of Race in the Japanese American and African American Communities,” with Rebecca C. King in The Multiracial Experience: Racial Borders as the New Frontier, Maria P.P. Root (ed.) (1997)
Making Multiracials: State, Family, and Market in the Redrawing of the Color Line (2007)
Class of 1989 Maureen McLane
Same Life poems (2008)
Balladering, Minstrelsy, and the Making of British Romantic Poetry (2008)
coedited The Cambridge Companion to British Romantic Poetry (2008)
“This Ecstatic Nation: Learning from Emily Dickinson after 9/11,” in Boston Review (May/June 2008)
“City Poems: 10 Weeks with the East Harlem Poetry Project,” in Boston Review (April/May 2003)
“Recollecting the past,” on Daniel Walker Howe’s What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848 Chicago Tribune, Feb. 16, 2008
Class of 1989 James McMahon
with Lauren Rosenfeld Your To Be List: Turn Those Dreaded To-Do’s Into Meaningful Moments Every Day (2010)
Class of 1989 Jonathan Miller
The Compassionate Community: Ten Values to Unite America (2007)
Class of 1989 Dan McKanan
The Catholic Worker after Dorothy: Practicing the Works of Mercy in a New Generation (2008)
Touching the World: Christian Communities Transforming Society (2007)
Identifying the Image of God: Radical Christians and Nonviolent Power in the Antebellum United States (2002)
Class of 1989 Julia Moskin
with Gale Gand, Gale Gand’s Short and Sweet: Quick Desserts with Eight Ingredients or Less (2004)
with Bobby Flay, Bobby Flay’s Boy Gets Grill: 125 Reasons to Light Your Fire! (2004)
with Patricia Yeo, Patricia Yeo: Cooking from A to Z (2002)
with Gale Gand, Gale Gand’s Just a Bite: 125 Luscious Little Desserts (2001)
Bobby Flay Cooks American: Great Regional Recipes with Sizzling New Flavors (2001)
with Gale Gand and Rick Tramonto, Butter Sugar Flour Eggs: Whimsical Irresistible Desserts (1999)
with Mark Strausman, The Campagna Table: Bring The Style And Cooking Of The Italian Countryside Into Your Own Home (1999)
with Rafael Palomino, Bistro Latino: Home Cooking Fired Up With the Flavors of Latin America (1997)



Class of 1989 Emma Teng
Eurasian: Mixed Identities in the United States, China, and Hong Kong, 1842-1943 (2014)
Taiwan’s Imagined Geography: Chinese Colonial Travel Writing and Pictures, 1683-1895 (2006)
Contributor, Bodies in Contact: Rethinking Colonial Encounters in World History (2005)
with Marc Cohen, Let Taiwan Be Taiwan> (1990)
Class of 1989 Diana Tesdell
Stories of Art and Artists (2014)
Stories of Fatherhood (2014)
Stories of Motherhood (2012)
Horse Stories (2012)
New York Stories (2011)
Cat Stories (2011)
Stories of the Sea (2010)
Dog Stories (2010)
Love Stories (2009)
Christmas Stories (2007)
Class of 1989 Daniel Thompson
Understanding Audio, a reference manual for studio production (2005)
Cover article/interview, April 2006 issue of SB&O (School Band and Orchestra) Magazine
Class of 1989 Whitney Tilson
The Art of Value Investing: How the World’s Best Investors Beat the Market (2013)
More Mortgage Meltdown: 6 Ways to Profit in These Bad Times (2009)
Class of 1989 Daniel R. Weinfeld
The Jackson County War: Reconstruction and Resistance in Post-Civil War Florida (2012)
Class of 1989 Margaret Wesseling
What She Said: A Book of Poems (2012)
Class of 1989 Sophia A. van Wingerden
The Women’s Suffrage Movement in Britain 1866-1928 (1999)
Class of 1989 Nathaniel Wice
Alt.Culture: An A-To-Z Guide to the ’90S-Underground, Online, and Over-The-Counter (1995)
Class of 1989 Elizabeth Wurtzel
Prozac Nation (1995)
Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women (1999)
The Bitch Rules (2000)
More, Now, Again: A Memoir of Addiction (2002)
The Secret of Life: Commonsense Advice for the Uncommon Woman (2004)
Class of 1989 John Yoo
Point of Attack: Preventive War, International Law, and Global Welfare (2014)
Class of 1989 Amy Zegart
Spying Blind: The CIA, the FBI, and the Origins of 9/11 (2007)
Flawed by Design: The Evolution of the CIA, the JCS, and the NSC (1999)
“A First Draft of History of the Bush Administration: The Legend of a Democracy Promoter,” The National Interest (Sept/Oct. 2008)
“Built to Flail: Our Clueless Intelligence System,” Washington Post (July 8, 2007)


Class of 1989 Gregory Belmont
Presidential Poker (2004 and 2012): Humorous political playing cards and unique poker game highlighting issues at the heart of important national debates.
Class of 1989 Sean Brady
The Day the NASDAQ Died (aka “Humble Pie”)
Class of 1989 Brita Lind
humorist on Canadian Public Radio
The Gestation Project, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3



Class of 1989 Anthony Consigli
Consigli Construction Recent Projects
Class of 1989 Joshua Dorsey
In addition to working in fictional and documentary film and television, Josh Dorsey has been part of a multi-disciplinary design team in Montreal and Boston that has invented LUME illuminating fabric. LUME debuted at the 2004 International Contemporary Furniture Fair as part of an exhibition co-sponsored by Metropolis Magazine. The two 18 X 5 feet panels of LUME fabric were the surprise hit of the show.

LUME at the ICFF

LUME at the ICFF

LUME at the ICFF - Josh  in front of LUME

LUME at the ICFF – Josh in front of LUME

Recent Project

Class of 1989 Ken Lai
door hinge Patent
Class of 1989 Susan Omarzu Harter
mural wallpaper

"Hidcote" Custom design. College Club of Boston, Interior Design Gerald Pomeroy.

“Hidcote” Custom design.
College Club of Boston, Interior Design Gerald Pomeroy.


Entrance to Kips Bay Show House NYC, Mural and Interior by Susan Harter.


A custom mural on metallic ground over a 3-story curving staircase. Interior Design Gerald Pomeroy


Class of 1989 Julie Belcove
deputy editor of W magazine
Class of 1989 Lance Khazei
producer, HuffPost Live
Class of 1989 Frank Lockwood
Interview with Jimmy Carter
Class of 1989 Brooke Masters
writer for the Financial Times
Class of 1989 Suzanne Malveaux
Emmy award-winninng journalist, CNN
Class of 1989 Julia Moskin
food writer for the New York Times
Class of 1989 Alexander Star
Founder, “Ideas” section Boston Sunday Globe (2001)
Deputy Editor, New York Times Magazine
Class of 1989 Gary Susman
writer, Entertainment Weekly


Class of 1989 Rushika Fernandopulle
Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle is the Co-Founder and CEO of Iora Health, one of the most exciting entrepreneurial service and technology companies in the healthcare sector today. Iora Health is reinventing the primary care medicine delivery model with its focus to reduce costs for adults at risk for or already suffering from various chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. Before starting Iora, Rushika was the first Executive Director of the Harvard Interfaculty Program for Health Systems Improvement, and served as a Managing Director of the Advisory Board Company. He is also a published author (see the Books section of the Showcase) and was profiled in CommonWealth Magazine.
Class of 1989 Farzad Mostashari
Dr. Farzad Mostashari is recognized as one of the foremost experts and champions for the adoption and meaningful use of electronic medical records in the United States. Recently named as a visiting Fellow at the Brookings’ Institute, Farzad was the National Coordinator for Health IT at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) from 2009 to 2013, inspiring and overseeing the most dramatic evolution of healthcare IT in US history. Before going to HHS, Farzad was Assistant Commissioner for the New York City Department of Health. He also participates in the Washington Speakers Bureau.
Class of 1989 Sean Rockett
This is an X-ray of a knee that has undergone an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction.I am an orthopaedic surgeon and thought I would show something that I’ve been doing since college.This is an X-ray of a knee that has undergone an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction.  I am an orthopaedic surgeon and thought I would show something that I've been doing since college.
Class of 1989 Diana Rodriguez
Smoking and Pregnancy for “Up To Date,” a medical information databasecontributor, “Coping with Anxiety and Pregnancy,” in The Health Connection, a community health magazine
coauthor of articles in peer-reviewed publications:
“Antepartum bleeding of unknown origin in the second half of pregnancy: a review,” Magann EF, Cummings JE, Niederhauser A, Rodriguez-Thompson D, McCormack R, Chauhan SP. (Obstet Gynecol Surv. 2005)
“Use of a random urinary protein-to-creatinine ratio for the diagnosis of significant proteinuria during pregnancy,” Rodriguez-Thompson D, Lieberman ES. (Am J Obstet Gynecol 2001)
“Chemotherapy for a patient with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer during pregnancy: a case report and a review of chemotherapy treatment during pregnancy,” Jänne PA, Rodriguez-Thompson D, Metcalf DR, Swanson SJ, Greisman HA, Wilkins-Haug L, Johnson BE. (Oncology 2001)
“Separation of conjoined twins with the twin reversed-arterial-perfusion sequence after prenatal planning with three-dimensional modeling,” Norwitz ER, Hoyte LP, Jenkins KJ, van der Velde ME, Ratiu P, Rodriguez-Thompson D, Wilkins-Haug L, Tempany CM, Fishman SJ. (New England Journal of Medicine 2000)
Class of 1989 Kevin Volpp
Dr. Kevin Volpp is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on the impact of financial and organizational incentives on health outcomes. He has partnered with some of the largest employers and insurers in the USA on numerous innovative programs to increase patient engagement in self-management of chronic conditions, such as obesity and diabetes. He received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), an award presented at the White House as the highest honor given by the US government to early career scientists, and is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine.
Mortality Among Hospitalized Medicare Beneficiaries in the First Two Years Following ACGME Resident Duty Hour Reform,” by Volpp KG, Rosen AK, Rosenbaum PR, Romano PS, Even-Shoshan O, Wang Y, Bellini L, Behringer T, Silber JH (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2007)
Asymmetric Paternalism to Improve Health Behaviors” by Loewenstein G, Brennan TA, Volpp KG (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2007)
Starting from Scratch: Designing Physician Work Hour Reform from First Principles,” by Volpp KG, Landrigan C. (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2008)
“Financial Incentive-based Approaches for Weight Loss: A Randomized Trial” by Volpp KG, John L, Troxel AB, Norton L, Fassbender J, Loewenstein G. (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2008)
P4P4P: An Agenda for Research on Pay for Performance for Patients,” by Volpp KG, Pauly MV, Loewenstein G, Bangsberg D. (Health Affairs 2009)
“A Randomized Controlled Trial of Financial Incentives for Smoking Cessation,” by Volpp KG, Troxel AB, Pauly MV, Glick HA, Puig A, Asch DA, Galvin R, Zhu J, Wan F, DeGuzman J, Corbett E, Weiner J, Audrain-McGovern J. (New England Journal of Medicine 2009)


Class of 1989 Eli Attie
Emmy-winning television writer and producer filmography
House M.D. (2007-2012)
Studio 60 on Sunset Strip (2006-2007)
The West Wing (2003-2006)
Class of 1989 Stacy Cohen
Co-Founder and Co-President of Harvardwood; producer filmography
Duma (2005)
Dreamer (2005)
White Oleander (2002)
Class of 1989 Nina Davenport
documentary filmmaker filmography
Operation Filmmaker (2007)
Parallel Lines (2004)
The It Factor: Los Angeles TV series (2003)
Always a Bridesmaid (2000)
Hello Photo (1994), winner, Best Documentary, Melbourne International Film Festival
Class of 1989 Joshua Dorsey
writer/director filmography
The Point (2006)
Class of 1989 Wendy Grantham
Emmett’s Mark (2002)
The Wire (2002)
Crooklyn (1994)
Class of 1989 Richard Howells
originator, consultant and contributor, “The Real Jack Dawson” (BBC Television/The Discovery Channel, 2001)
Class of 1989 Eric Kaplan
Emmy award-winning writer, producer filmography
The Big Bang Theory (2008-2013)
Malcolm in the Middle (2004-2006)
Futurama (1999-2003)
Late Show with David Letterman (1996-1998)
Class of 1989 Michael Karnow
actor, writer, producer filmography
Alphas (2011-12)
The Grand (2007)
Incident at Loch Ness (2004)
Class of 1989 Lance Khazei
writer, producer, director filmography
Class of 1989 Aline Brosh McKenna
screenwriter filmography
Annie (2014)
We Bought a Zoo (2011)
Morning Glory (2010)
27 Dresses (2008)
<em (2006)
Laws of Attraction (2004)
Class of 1989 Chris Moore
producer filmography
Promised Land (2012)
The Adjustment Bureau (2011)
Feast (2005)
Project Greenlight (2001-2005)
Speakeasy (2002)
American Reunion (2012), American Wedding (2003), American Pie 2 (2001), American Pie (1999)
Reindeer Games (2000)
Pop & Me (1999) – won Audience Award at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Class of 1989 Jeffrey Nachmanoff
writer, director filmography
Homeland (2011)
The Tourist (2010)
Traitor (2008)
The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
The Big Gig (1993) won Most Popular Short Film, Hamptons International Film Festival
Class of 1989 Nancy Slotnick
writer/creator of How is Your Lovelife? tv series
Class of 1989 Mira Sorvino
actor and producer filmography
Trade of Innocents (2012)
Human Trafficking (2005)
Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion (1997)
Beautiful Girls (1996)
won Academy Award for Supporting Actress in Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
Class of 1989 Dan Sturman
writer, filmmaker filmography
Nanking (2007)
Twin Towers (2003) won an Academy Award
Class of 1989 Heidi Sullivan
director, AshBash: A Love Story (2011)


Class of 1989 Allison Armour-Garb
Lead singer for the NYC-based band Slings & Eros (formerly known as Copper). Contact/purchase CDs:
Slings & Eros: “What would be the point?” (1996)
Copper: [untitled] (1993)
Class of 1989 Jeffrey Bernstein
composer & conductor, Founding Artistic Director, Pasadena Master Chorale. Composer. Pianist.
Class of 1989 Alan Gilbert
conductor, New York Philharmonic
Class of 1989 Ben Loeb and Allison Charney
Allison and Ben: For the Record, Vol.2
Class of 1989 Benjamin Loeb
associate conductor of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, founder and music director of the El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestras
Joplin: Piano Rags 2 (2007)
Mozart: Violin Sonatas Nos. 29 & 30; Six Variations, K. 360 (2006)
Mozart: Violin Sonatas Nos. 15 & 16; Variations on La bergère Célimène (2006)
Class of 1989 Gary Negbaur
Class of ’89 video (2014)
Max's Family Band coversitdownletmeexplain
Max’s Family Band
Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat (1999)
Let Me Explain (1994)
Jazz, cabaret and children’s music shows
The Gary Negbaur Group
Across America By Song
Diggin’ the Beatles
The Great American Songbook Forever
The Great Jewish American Songbook
Max’s Family Band
Musical theater: Wine Lovers, the Wine tasting musical
Class of 1989 Bill Parsons
Bill ParsonsSpecial Delivery (2000)
Unskilled Labor (1996)
Class of 1989 Anton Schwartz
FlashMob Cover CD4 CD3 CD2 CD1
Flash Mob (2014)
Radiant Blue (2006)
Holiday Time (2004)
The Slow Lane (2000)
When Music Calls (1998)


Class of 1989 Bentley Boyd
Cartoonist and Educator
Class of 1989 David Love
Philadelphia-based lawyer, human-rights advocate and social commentator sends word that he has launched a new blog,
Class of 1989 James McMahon
online chorus called YuSing
Class of 1989 Daniel Thompson
publisher, “Critical Listening” and “Critical Listening 2″ for


Class of 1989 Diane Moss
Dancer, choreographer:Subterrain (Dances solo)Kill By Inches (feature film)Up and Flying (feature film)Hell Hath Blue Skies (feature film)
Class of 1989 David Schrag
10-minute plays: Life Savings and Not On My Watch


Class of 1989 Lara Jean Akinbami
Captain, US Public Health Service
Class of 1989 Peter John Allen
Major, US Army
Walter Reed Medical Center (1993-2005)
Meritorious Service Medal (Iraq, 2004)
Combat Medical Badge (Iraq, 2004)
Class of 1989 Eli Attie
Writer and political operative; Chief Speechwriter for Al Gore ’69
Class of 1989 Robert Banks
US Air Force
Class of 1989 David Barron
law professor
Judge, First US Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston (2014-)
Class of 1989 Lisa Bayley
President of Red Wing, Minn. City Council
Class of 1989 Luis Beveniste
Sector Manager, Education, East Asia and Pacific – The World Bank
World Development Report: Gender Equality and Development (2012)
Class of 1989 Stacy Cohen
California Field Director for the 2012 Obama campaign
California State Director for Organizing for Action
Class of 1989 Rob Rader
Elected trustee to Santa Monica College
Secretary/Treasurer of Downtown Santa Monica Inc.
Board of Directors, KCRW Foundation
Class of 1989 Edith Ramirez
Federal Trade Commissioner (2010-2013), Chairwoman (2013-2015)
Class of 1989 Ismail Ramsey
Captain, US Air Force
Class of 1989 Diana Rodriguez
Commander, US Navy
Meritorious Service Award (2005)
Class of 1989 James Rubin
Director, NY State Office of Storm Recovery (2012-)
Class of 1989 Philipp Schuller
Philipp co-wrote a policy brief for the Lisbon Council in Brussels.
Class of 1989 Matthew Seeger
Major, US Army
Bronze Star Medal
Meritorious Service Award (2)
Army Commendation Medal (4)
Army Achievement Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal (2 Bronze Campaign Stars)
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Korean Defense Service Medal
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
Class of 1989 Elliott Smith
Captain, US Marine Corps (1989-93)
Class of 1989 Toni Smith-Rosario
Founder, Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association (1993)
Senior Assistant State’s Attorney (Connecticut)
Class of 1989 Josep Song
Captain, US Army National Guard (1991-2002)
Class of 1989 April Tash
Program Specialist for Bioethics, Innovation for Development, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
Class of 1989 Paul Thissen
Speaker, Minnesota House of Representatives
Class of 1989 Dionne Thompson
Chief, Congressional and Legislative Affairs, US Department of Interior
Class of 1989Kurt Wheeler
US Marine Corps, Operation Desert Storm / Desert Shield (1989-1993)
Colonel, US Marine Corps Reserve (1993- ), Operation Iraqi Freedom (2006-2007)
Historian, Marine Corps History Division
Mayor, Cazenovia, NY (2011- )
Class of 1989 André Williams, City Counciilman
Time magazine has chosen to profile André as he works to provide solutions to the foreclosure crisis in his City of Miami Gardens.
Class of 1989 John Yoo
Writer and law professor; political operative


Class of 1989 Geoff Chadsey
Sweet George“Sweet George” and lincoln“Lincoln”Geoff Chadsey was a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. His drawings have been exhibited in museums and galleries across the country. He also worked as assistant director for graduate admissions at the San Francisco Art Institute and the California College of the Arts, but has now moved to NYC.Here are two images from 2003. They are originally color pencil on mylar, and both were featured in gallery shows in San Francisco and Provincetown.
Class of 1989 Raquel Guzman
ZocaloDancer Rittenhouse Associate General Counsel for the Philadelphia Gas Works, Raquel Guzman is also a photographer who works in 35 mm and digital formats, focusing primarily on portraits and landscapes. Her major series include a multi-year portrait of the people of Mexico and sights and scenes from her hometown of Philadelphia.
Class of 1989 Ellen Harvey
Reality Check Interview with Ellen Harvey (2007)
Ellen Harvey’s work comprises video, installation and painting. Ellen Harvey is a 1999 graduate of the Whitney Independent Studio Program and took part in the PS1 National Studio Program in 2001. She was a recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Lily Auchincloss Painting Fellowship in 2001. Her work comprises video, installation and painting, although her work is generally primarily concerned with the theoretical and social implications of painting’s status as an art signifier within society. Recent solo exhibitions include “New is Old” for the Center for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, Poland, “Context is Everything” at Mullerdechiara Gallery in Berlin (which represents her), Germany and “A Whitney for the Whitney at Philip Morris” for the Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, New York.

What appear to be two mirrors hung in a corner so that they reflect the window opposite. Closer inspection reveals that only the right side is an actual mirror; the left side is a trompe-l’oeuil wall painting of a mirror frame with a reflection of the window opposite. The mirror on the right reflects a painting rather than reality. Framed 16” x 16” mirror, 16” x 16” oil on wall.

What appear to be two mirrors hung in a corner so that they reflect the window opposite. Closer inspection reveals that only the right side is an actual mirror; the left side is a trompe-l’oeuil wall painting of a mirror frame with a reflection of the window opposite. The mirror on the right reflects a painting rather than reality. Framed 16” x 16” mirror, 16” x 16” oil on wall.

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Class of 1989 Alex Kahn
Alex Kahn is a visual/performance artist whose work draws on his varied background in theatrical design, sculptural installation, and pageant puppetry. In 2005, he founded Processional Arts Workshop, a non-profit that works with communities worldwide to create site-specific pageants, parades, and performance installations in public spaces. Hundreds of volunteers come together to build, rehearse, and perform these works, integrating large-scale puppetry, projection and illumination, kinetic architecture to convey complex narratives in motion. Alex’s work has been exhibited internationally, and he has been recognized with numerous grants and fellowships, including a 2006 Fulbright Scholarship to Trinidad, a CEC Artslink Gant to Kiev, Ukraine, and a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Grant. He served on the faculty at Maine College of Art and has lectured on processional art at the New School, University of the West Indies, Columbia University, Bard College, and University of Michigan’s School of Art and Design.

Spirits from Odysseus at Hell Gate. 2011 Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC.

Spirits from Odysseus at Hell Gate. 2011 Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC.

Icarus, from Wings of Desire. 2007 NY Halloween Parade

Icarus, from Wings of Desire. 2007 NY Halloween Parade

White Rabbit, from Tick Tock, 2013 NY Village Halloween Parade

White Rabbit, from Tick Tock, 2013 NY Village Halloween Parade


Class of 1989 Sarah (Lamport) Laurence
Sarah (Lamport) Laurence is back to painting and writing regularly now after somewhat of a hiatus while her children were very young. She paints the coastal landscape of Maine where she has lived for the past six years. She is also writing a novel about small town life in mid-coast Maine. Broken Quay, Cornwall (watercolor and graphite on paper) is one of her paintings done in England. Sarah (Lamport) Laurence is back to painting and writing regularly now after somewhat of a hiatus while her children were very young. She paints the coastal landscape of Maine where she has lived for the past six years. She is also writing a novel about small town life in mid-coast Maine. Broken Quay, Cornwall (watercolor and graphite on paper) is one of her paintings done in England.
Class of 1989Selim Tezel
tezel_isoperim1b_w30For his Brown master’s project in computer science, Selim Tezel, instructor of mathematics at Concord Academy, developed the Traveling Salesman’s Sketchpad (TSSP 1.0 Beta) a visualization tool for students of combinatorial optimization and art. One of his TSSP computer-generated images was on view in May at Manifest 2003, a juried digital visual arts festival (part of the international Boston Cyberarts Festival).Selim Slide40 Selim Slide38