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The new Center will attach to the existing Sachar International Center.Also planned is the Abraham Shapiro Academic Center, made possible by a generous gift from Trustee Robert Shapiro '52 and his wife, Valya, that will thoroughly renovate the American Jewish Historical Society building acquired by the University this summer, providing much needed office, seminar, and classroom space.Volume 23 Number 1, Fall 2002 Brandeis Review (ISSN 0273-7175) IS published by Brandeis University P,0 80x549110 Waltham, Massachusetts 02454-9110 with free distribution to alumni. On the cover: Shapiro Campus Center Photo by Mike Lovett Volume 23 Number 1 [ \ \ i W i A Expanding Brandeis 18 i O The Epicenter 24 ^^^ Center Illuminated The Innermost Parts Development Highlights Development Matters Books and Recordings Alumni Faculty Notes Financial Highlights Class Notes The Rabb School of Summer and Continuing Studies broadens the University's scope. , J U Brandeis Welcomes the Class of 2006 According to Director of Enrollment Deena Whitfield, the newest class of Brandeis undergraduates is "a very spirited class, interested in making connections right away." Whitfield says, "They've lived through the life-altering milestone of September 11, which I think will reinforce their commitment to what's important in life, to the values of social justice, the ideals on which this University was founded.by Marjorie Lyon Meet the new Shapiro Campus Center, up close and personal. This IS the first class to see the physical manifestation of our increased commitment to campus life, in the form of the new campus center." Academically, Whitfield says the Class of 2006 is even stronger than last year's by virtue of SAT scores and includes more athletes, singers, and international students.Every decade since Brandeis's founding has seen significant, physical change to our campus, the continual creation and expansion of facilities that have steadily increased the quality of the University's academic, student, and residence life.Not surprisingly, the first two decades proved the most dramatic hy far.Even withm our history of steady and constant progress, we are experiencing a growth spurt. '72 President Brandeis Review Editor Clid Hauptman '69, M F A 73 Assistant Editor Audrey Grifiin Editorial Assistant Veronica Blacquier Alumni Editor. Gup '72 Lisa Berman Hills '82 Michael Kalafatas '65 Karen Klein Laurie Ledeen '83 Donald Lessem '73 Peter L. The Brandeis Review a\so welcomes letters from readers Those selected may be edited for brevity and style.
A birdwatcher and poet from Bangalore, India, who began writing poetry when she was 8 and was first published at age of 10.
Now, in this first decade of the new century, with the addition of the Lois Foster Wing, we have significantly increased the size and influence of the Rose Art Museum. and Sandra Fineberg that will allow important renovation of the Rose's upper gallery, further enhancing the Museum's renown.
We have just completed construction of the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Campus Center, a cutting-edge architectural achievement with great potential for enriching student life and enhancing the sense of community for the entire University.
She has now published more than 90 poems in leading newspapers in India, and has conducted a poetry workshop for elementary school children.
A future journalist and lawyer who was founder and editor in chief of The Jungle, a human rights journal whose first issues featured writing by the prominent anti-slavery activist Emma Reinhardt.
This is a diverse class, from 42 states and 33 countries, with more equilibrium between males and females. She is also a Sunday school teacher, track and field competitor, and photographer for her high school newspaper.