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Rochester Review
November–December 2008
Vol. 71, No. 2

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November-December 2008 A Historic $30 Million Gift

Board Chairman Ed Hajim ’58 makes the University’s largest single gift commitment to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. By Scott Hauser

A Courageous Game

On the field, it’s a crosstown rivalry; off the field, the Courage Bowl helps a special group of kids with their dreams. By Ryan Whirty

Two Times the Fun!

Nearly 7,500 alumni, family, students, and friends celebrated on campus this fall with the first pairing of Meliora and Eastman Weekends.

toc photoNEIGHBORHOOD GROUP: Asher Perzigian ’09 (clockwise from bottom left), medical student Ajay Kuriyan, Max Chen ’09, Daniel Kim ’09, Divyah Nagendra ’09, and Mollie Foust, a KEY Scholar, are responsible for working with community members as about 400 University students move into the Riverview complex on the west side of the Genesee.
A Place to Call Home

Living ‘on campus’ takes on new meaning as the first Rochester students set up house on the west side of the Genesee. By Robin Flanigan

Reading the Defense

The quarterbacks coach for the New York Jets, former Yellowjacket defensive safety Brian Daboll ’97 makes a name for himself in the NFL. By David McKay Wilson

Class Acts

The University and its academic units recognized several alumni this fall for their commitment and service to their alma mater.

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