Six members (and wives) of the 1962–66 swim team gathered for a reunion at the home of Elliott Lieberman ’66 (of Lake Lieberman fame) in Baltimore in summer 2012. Left to right are Ed Carroll ’66, Jim Schultz ’67, Russ Keeney ’67, Molly McGinnis Keeney ’67 (timer), Charlie Dayton ’66, Todd Howritt and Lieberman.
How did Elliott Lieberman’s name end up on the “lake” behind Newing College? Click here and then click on the August 1987 issue (20th anniversary edition) of the Lake Lieberman Gazette and read the piece from Mark Halperin.
The Women in Business student organization held a networking event and panel discussion on Jan. 17 at Deloitte in New York. Karen Roth ’87, left, senior vice president for Element Financial Group (pictured with student Cyndi Chin), was one of the panelists.
Sandy Wasser sports her Bearcat pride as she joins community members and alumni for fun, food and basketball games at Winter Madness in early February.
See more Winter Madness photos here.
Drew Wolin graduated in May 2012 with a degree in financial economics. He had a job lined up, but it didn’t start for two months. So off he went to Africa to teach English and math in Tanzania and to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. His blog details the challenges and rewards of his solo adventure and
offers advice to anyone contemplating a similar trip.
Allen Zwickler ’79, Jeffrey Teitelbaum ’06 and Joel Thirer, former athletic director and professor of health and wellness studies, were honored at a New York City gala celebrating 10 years of Hillel at Binghamton. The event was hosted by Jenna Wolfe ’96, who is a co-host of NBC’s Weekend Today, and attended by President Harvey Stenger and nearly 300 guests. Pictured are Sara Finger ’07 and Teitelbaum.
Melissa Cardone ’11 has a special connection with Homecoming. She’s showing a photo of her and her father, Lou, taken in 2008 (before she was a freshman) and used in an ad for Homecoming.
Bette Anne ’01, MA ’05, and Gerald Gaube ’76 of Vestal, N.Y., joined friends and alumni at tailgating during Homecoming. Bette Anne works in the Athletics Department.
Alan Lupiani ‘88, MBA ‘91, and Kerry Law ‘89 — classmates and Brooklyn-based painters — exhibited their works at the University Art Museum’s Rosefsky Gallery in September. The show, titled “Full Circle,” celebrated the accomplishments of both painters while honoring the Binghamton University professors who served as their mentors.
Marla and George Coleman, both ’68, (far left and right) and their camp counselors (from left) Jack Schachner ’13, Gillian Fries ’10, Dimitri Bernadel ’05, Julia Hall ’14, Jen Hertz ’14 and Jaymee Nusbaum ’13 show their Bearcat spirit during Coleman Country Day Camp’s School Pride Dress-Up Day.
Jack Vivona ’77, MBA ’80, and Allison Miguel share a conversation at the Top of the Town in Arlington, Va., where President Harvey Stenger was introduced in May to the Alumni Association’s DC Metro Chapter.
Dan Perry ’00, (right, with pennant) invited alumni from the Hong Kong chapter to gather at Wan Chai Station to celebrate the arrival of Mass Transit Railway’s new chief executive, Jay H. Walder ’80.
Can you tell they’re seniors? The Alumni Association invited soon-to-be graduates to the annual “senior stop” celebration at Terra Cotta in Binghamton.
Gino Nalli ’72, right, says Thanksgiving was the perfect time for alumni in the family to model their Binghamton jackets. The jackets were found by son-in-law Aron Jeffrey ’98, second from left, in a store near Amherst, N.H., where he and his wife, Kristin Nalli Jeffrey ’98, left, live. Gino and Carol Meacham Nalli ’72, live in Portland, Maine.
Alumni had a tailgate party before the Giants vs. Green Bay Packers game at the Meadowlands in December. From left: Mark Hamblin ’06; Dan Polhamus ’00, associate director of alumni relations; and Jennine Lewis ’09.
See more photos from the game.
Alumni volunteer Cindy Perez ’11 of Conklin, N.Y., gives 3-year-old Katy Foley a press-on tattoo during Winter Madness on Feb. 4.
It was Binghamton vs. Cornell on the wrestling mats at Binghamton University’s “Ball and Brawl” alumni event on Jan. 15. Men’s basketball was followed by wrestling in the Events Center, which drew record attendance. Cheering on the sidelines are, from left, former wrestler Sal DeSantis ’82, Cathy Frankenbach, her husband and Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger, and actor Billy Baldwin ’85, a former wrestler.
Gary Kunis ‘73 traveled more than 700 miles north of the Arctic Circle in June on an expedition to track and photograph polar bears. He was above the 80th parallel, in Svalbard, Norway — but here he’s taking a break while staying warm in his Binghamton University sweatshirt.
Michael Nagler ‘87, superintendent of the Mineola, N.Y., school district, unloads a truck full of supplies to be donated to Binghamton-area school districts affected by the flood. Items included furniture from a closed school and supplies collected by parents in his district.
Photographer and long-time Yankees fan Jon Plasse ‘72 signs a copy of his book, The Stadium. Plasse’s book is a history in pictures of the old Yankee Stadium. Alumni were invited to meet him and Scott Krug ‘96, vice president and CFO of financial operations for the Yankees, and then take in a Yankees game in August.
Homecoming was early this year, coming just two weeks after floods devastated much of the Binghamton region. But nothing Mother Nature can dish out will stop the annual tailgate party, held in the parking lot of the Events Center (which housed flood evacuees just days earlier).