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The Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra is Back!

The Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra, an ensemble that actually did function briefly in the mid-1980s, is back!. The not-for-profit organization is in the process of forming a Scarsdale Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors (If you are interested in becoming a board member, a financial supporter or a volunteer please contact Dr. earl Groner at [email protected] or 914.723.2694).

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Leonard R. LaRussa '82 Appointed by Atlanta Governor to State Board of Examiners

Leonard R. LaRussa '82 Appointed by Atlanta Governor to State Board of Examiners

LaRussa has been in private practice serving the community of Americus and surrounding counties since 1996. He is a board certified podiatrist by the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons.

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Tim Seymour is Optimistic About Europe

While there are some signs of a recovery in the US, there is still plenty of turmoil in Europe, with Greece and others threatening to drag the rest of the EU down with them in case of bankruptcy. Investors are worried that the blowback from a collapse in Europe would ruin the fragile American recovery, but Scarsdale alum Tim Seymour (Class of ’84) thinks these concerns are overblown.

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Ethan Nadelmann's in Rolling Stone Magazine

One of our 2011 Distinguished Alumni, Ethan Nadelmann (Class of 1975), has made the news again in a Rolling Stone article focusing on one of Obama’s less talked about campaign promises: allowing local laws on marijuana to stand.

 

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Tom Rogers Criticizes Romney's Use of Debt

 

With the Republican primaries in full swing, speculating on our future president is no longer left to political junkies and talking heads. Our own Tom Rogers (Class of ‘72) recently joined the fray with a critical article in Politico questioning Mitt Romney’s background in venture capitalism. 

 

 

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Ross Greenburg Revitalizes NHL Coverage at NBC

After ESPN dropped the NHL (following the 2004-05 lockout) the NHL was forced to work with the relatively unknown Outdoor Life Network, and hockey fans were largely left out in the cold.

But thanks to Scarsdale alum Ross Greenburg (class of ‘73) and the rest of the team at NBC Sports Network, coverage is finally improving once again, with the network airing nearly twice as many games as last year.

 

 

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Eugenie Lang Rosenthal's Let's Get Ready wins $500,000 prize

We recently had a chance to inaugurate our newest class of Distinguished Alumni and one of the inductees, Eugenie Lang Rosenthal Class of ‘96, is making headlines with her organization Let’s Get Ready.

 

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Nan Aron '66 Comments on Recent Politics

Most of you have probably heard about President Obama’s controversial decision to make a number of recess appointments, but Scarsdale High School alum Nan Aron (class of ‘66) has been asked by a number of news organizations to weigh in on the issue.

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Dr. Peskin Tierney (class of '60) publishes "Dignifying Dementia"

Dr. Elizabeth Jane Peskin Tierney, class of 1960, publishes her latest book, Dignifying Dementia: A Caregiver’s Struggle (Oak Tree Press), is the most personal; it was written to support caregivers and to remind members of the healthcare field how important compassion can be.

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Robert Dodenhoff '74 Publishes “The Man Test”

 

Robert Dodenhoff, Class of ’74, has just published “The Man Test” (Sourcebooks, Inc, Chicago, Ill.  Copyright 2001).  “The Man Test” is an essential and comprehensive guide (eight chapters) containing the information every man should learn and master:

 

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