Judi (Jacobs) Rosenzweig (Elementary Education N-6: Sociology) proudly reports that she celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary in January 2019. She writes “I met Elliot Rosenzweig on Sept. 28, 1966, at a dance at Parker Dining Hall. I still keep in touch with, and visit, my freshman year roommate, from 309 Bliss Hall, Carol (Laube) Mulcrone ’70 (Sociology). I was a Jewish educator for 40 years with two sons and daughters-in-law, and five grandchildren. Elliot and I make time each month to go from our home on Long Island to St. Louis and also to D.C. We love Jones Beach and our full and active lives. Life is good and we are truly blessed.”
Wendy Levine (Journalism) recently published, "Butterflies are Free, What about Me: One Woman’s Battle with Anorexia Nervosa." The book is comprised of short scenarios relating how innocent actions and words by others contributed to her development of anorexia nervosa as a way of life. Also included are poignant writings she penned over 30 years ago while hospitalized in an eating disorder unit of a general hospital as well as those from seven years ago while in a local treatment center. Levine says, “It is my hope that my personal story and struggle with anorexia nervosa will educate, motivate and encourage others who are currently fighting an eating disorder.