August 2013

Randy Fisher Black '95, a professional tango dance instructor, was featured on BLAC Detroit in an article about the relationship benefits of tango dancing.

Michael Schlesinger '64 recently published the 6th edition of his book, “The Practical Guide to S Corporations” by Commerce Clearing House.

Julia Reichert ’70 debuted the newest films from the Wright State University Motion Pictures Department, where she is a professor of film, at the Big Lens Festival in Dayton, Ohio in late August.

Mark Harrison ’57, an attorney in the phoenix law firm of Osborn Maledon PA, has been honored by the American Bar Association's Judicial Division Lawyers' Conference with the Burnham “Hod” Greeley Award.  The award, named for the late Hawaii attorney who was committed to promoting public trust and confidence in the justice system, recognizes individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting increased public awareness of the need for a fair and impartial judiciary.

Michael Shenefelt '75 recently had his new book, “If A, Then B: How The World Discovered Logic” with colleague Heidi White published by Columbia University Press.