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Lilienthal ’88 Makes Congressional Run

Sal Lilienthal '88 has joined the race for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District, hoping to unseat freshman U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-5th District). "When I appeared before the Kent Republican Town Committee they asked me some very pointed questions," he was quoted in a recent article in the Litchfield County Times. "They asked why I thought I could win when Andrew Roraback, who was well-kno...
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Cook ’90 Named CEO

Kevin Cook '90 has been named chief executive officer of the University of Mississippi Medical Center's adult hospitals. The announcement was reported in Mississippi Business Journal's "MBJ Business Blog" earlier this month. According to the article, Cook has been in health care since 2002, following eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He has served as a health care administrator in Ohio, Kentu...
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Classes Welcomed at Brunch, Launch

As Commencement approaches, the Classes of 2013 will participate in two of the Colleges' richest traditions - Hobart Launch and the William Smith Senior Welcome Brunch. In each of the ceremonies, the men and women of HWS will be welcomed into the Alumnae and Alumni Associations, forever connecting each graduate to institution. The William Smith Senior Welcome Brunch will formally welcome the wome...
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Schear '80 Inspires $1M for Charity

Mitchell N. Schear '80 was recently featured in the Washington Business Journal for challenging the Washington, D.C. region's real estate community to raise $1 million for an after-school program-and seeing that goal met. Schear is the head of Vornado Realty Trust's affiliate in Washington, D.C. and oversees the development of innovative high profile projects. The article noted, "Shear said this ...
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