Cindy Phillips ’94 is a math teacher at White Plains (N.Y.) High School. “Every year we’re proud to send many students to Binghamton University,” she says, “and a number of us are graduates of Binghamton as well!” Here are some of the teachers and students: Back row, from left: Elizabeth Napp ’87, MAT ’89 (social studies); Andrew Teller, Annick Tabb and Kate Trujillo (Binghamton freshmen); Phillips; and Melina Africano (freshman). Front row, from left: Adrian Ojeda Britez, Christopher Elliott and Amanda Perry (freshmen); Jason Lee ’02 (math); Mike Nangle ’10 (science); Margot Nissenblatt, Isabelle Bauer and Jake Garnsey (freshmen). Front: Mark Russo ’99 (house administrator).
Arnold Plotnick ’81 says it had been 35 years since these friends had all been together. So they rented a house in Woodstock, N.Y., — traveling from as far away as Atlanta, Santa Fe, N.M., and Portland, Ore. — and spent five days barbecuing, hiking and reminiscing. “We turned out to be a fairly accomplished bunch: one veterinarian, one anesthesiologist, two lawyers, a chiropractor, a chemist and a financial officer. But we’re all still crazy!” Plotnick says.
In photo, left to right, front: Jimmy Sanders ’82, Arnie Plotnick ’81, and Mike Cuda ’82. Back: Barry Phillips ’80, Chaz Schatzle, Mike Plumeau ’81 and Mike Rosen ’81.