David Feldshuh (SHS 1961)
PHYSICIAN AND DRAMATIST
David Feldshuh left Scarsdale High School at full sprint first at Dartmouth College and later at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts. That was only the beginning. Feldshuh then joined the Tyrone Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis as a actor and later as a director touring with Isaac Bashevis Singer.
James Reiffel (SHS 1961)
Jim Reiffel is a professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where, since 1999, he has been the Director of the Electrocardiography Laboratory. In addition he has written widely on his field including papers on the impact of new antiarrhythmic drugs on physician's practice, new weapons in the war against stroke, and the challenges of managing older patients with atrial fibrillation.
Steve Durst (SHS 1961)
GALAXY EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT
While most of us are just starting to adjust the idea of the twenty-first century, Steve Durst is light years ahead of us, sponsoring global conferences to raise Galaxy Consciousness. Durst's International Lunar Observatory Association in Hawaii is the headquarters for his pioneering work which includes an association with Stanford University to promote a "Stanford lunar presence in the coming years."
Howard Bloch (SHS 1961)
A Sterling Professorship is the highest academic rank at Yale University. It is awarded to a tenured faculty member considered one of the best in his or her field. Howard Bloch professor of French holds that honor. He has written scholarly works on the Bayeux Tapestry and recently was honored by the French Government for his efforts to deepen American/French relations.Read more
John Dyson (SHS 1961)
Businessman, creative, thinker.
In John Dyson’s senior year, the opening lines of the Bandersnatch began, “Scarsdale High School is life in miniature. “ The Senior Section of Bandy was far more accurate, referring to Dyson’s mathematical and agricultural interests. “He fidgets with digits this math-minded man, whose hope is to cope with the farm surplus plan.” Dyson combined his interests in politics with his creative side when he designed the “I Love New York” slogan. A lso Chairman of Milbank and Tweed Corporation Management.