University of Rochester

Class Notes

Reunion News

College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering classes celebrating reunions

October 19–21, 2007

Slater Society: All post-50th Reunion Classes
65th Reunion: 1942
60th Reunion: 1947
55th Reunion: 1952
50th Reunion: 1957
45th Reunion: 1962
40th Reunion: 1967
35th Reunion: 1972
30th Reunion: 1977
25th Reunion: 1982
20th Reunion: 1987
15th Reunion: 1992
10th Reunion: 1997
5th Reunion: 2002

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River Campus Undergraduate: Slater Society–1950s

Michael Telesca received the 2006 Edwin F. Jaeckle Award from the University at Buffalo law school and the school’s alumni association last November. The highest honor that the school and the association bestows, the award is given annually to someone who has made significant contributions to the school and to the legal profession. He also received an award from the Rochester Education Foundation for his commitment to Rochester city school students.

Robert Stern ’62E (PhD) sends an update: Hazkarah, his composition for cello and string orchestra, had its New York premiere last October at the Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall with Matt Haimovitz on cello and Li Jian conducting the Orchestra of St. Luke’s. And his oratorio Shofar had its world premiere last November at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., with Deborah Rentz-Moore (soprano), Frank Kelley (tenor), David Kravitz and Donald Wilkinson (bass), Coro Allegro, and artistic director David Hodgkins.

Robert O’Brien is the author of Barbed-Wire Battleground (Trafford Publishing), a book about the Korean War. He writes, “At a time when North Korea has assumed a threatening posture, this book reveals the mindset of the North Korean military during the Korean War, a mindset they still exhibit to this day.”