On December 26, Stanley
Mosk, PhB'33, X'35, set a record for the longest
service on the Supreme Court of California--35 years, 118 days.
He continues to serve as a justice on the Court.
In the November
1999 issue of Aviation History, Harrison
T. Beardsley, X'45,
recounted the story of his mission over the jungle of New Guinea
as a B-25 pilot during World War II.
Goodman Waskey, MBA'48, traveled
to Malta and Egypt, up the Mississippi on a paddle wheel steamer,
and to Salt Lake City for a conference. In 1997, she celebrated
her 80th birthday by taking a trip to Australia, where she was
stationed earlier with the Red Cross.
Linda Rosenberg Sher, AB'59,
general counsel for enforcement litigation at the National Labor
Relations Board, received the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious
Executive from President Bill Clinton.
This past November, J.
Hayden Boyd, AB'62, traveled
to Tokyo for the Department of Commerce. There he testified at
a market-access hearing, seeking repeal of a Japanese road-traffic
law that limits the market for American motorcycles.
Dennis C. Friedman, MBA'71,
to Vladivostok, Russia, as a volunteer expert for a USAID Entrepreneurial
Judith Feinman Roland, AM'76,
heads her own New York-based corporate communications
firm, Judith A. Roland Public Relations. She specializes in business
writing projects, and with a client recently wrote a book--published
by Oxford University Press in April--on CEO succession planning.
P. Locke, AM'74, PhD'80, professor of musicology at
the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music, won the
32nd ASCAP--Deems Taylor Award. Locke, who has won the award twice
before, was honored this time for his article "Cutthroats and
Casbah Dancers, Muezzins and Timeless Sands: Musical Images of
the Middle East."
In May 1999, Elizabeth
Fichtner Pector, MD'84, started a family practice
in Naperville, IL. She also contributed several articles to Medical
Economics and was a panelist at its annual board of editors
meeting this March.
Tina Tang, AB'92,
a former Wall Street trader at Goldman Sachs, now runs Tina Tang.
feminine handmade jewelry, a jewelry-design company. She has been
featured in media outlets from CNBC to the Bergen (NJ) Record.
Katherine B. ("Kate") Malone, AB'98, AM'99,
is part of a new film production
company called Three Maroons, founded by three U of C graduates.
It begins filming its first feature-length film in Chicago this