JASPER JOTTINGS Week 30 - 2014 Jul 27    

Jasper Jottings - The achievement journal of my fellow Jaspers, the alumni of the Manhattan College



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POSITRACTION: Are we hardwired with instinctive empathy



10 Weird Ways Your Brain Is Tricking You

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#4 Sympathetic Pain

Have you ever heard seen someone slam their foot in the door and winced in pain even though nothing happened to you? Or just heard a story of someone getting hurt and had the same experience? That’s sympathetic pain. The researchers who studied this used MRI machines to test how subjects’ brains reacted when looking at faces with certain expressions, and when making those expressions. What they found is that the brain displays the same activity in either case. The part of the brain responsible for this is called the “mirror area” and scientists believe we have something called “mirror neurons,” which are responsible for creating a sympathetic response. Essentially, humans are hardwired to think we are feeling the same things as other people—essentially a very strong version of instinctive empathy.

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Is this akin to husbands getting morning sickness or cravings?

Could it be that the Creator or the Universe has hardcoded empathy into our DNA?

Perhaps, humanity if free from all the incorrect paradigms and memes that we’ve accumulated over the eons could be amazing. Or have those errors been “bred” into us. Like the learned “weakness” of the huge elephant bound by a slender rope.

What do we really know? And we don’t know what we don’t know even though we think we know.

Too much for this fat old white guy injineer to know.


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JNEWS: White, Elaine T. [MC2010] CNR VP student services



College of New Rochelle Names New Student Services VP
by Joe Jenkins

2014 07 19 White

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- The College of New Rochelle recently appointed Elaine T. White as the new vice president for student services.

In her new role, White will supervise the offices of: Campus Ministry, Career Development, Residence Life, Counseling and Health Services, Student Activities, Student Development, Athletics and the Wellness Center.

White has served as dean of students at The College of New Rochelle since June 2012, advocating for student concerns and working collaboratively with her academic colleagues.

“Elaine has demonstrated a consistent ability to empower student leaders and challenge students to fully develop their individual talents," Judith Huntington, president of The College of New Rochelle, said in a statement. "Her commitment to fostering a vibrant and engaging community supports student success and resonates deeply with the mission of our college.”

White came to the college from Manhattan College, where she was director of student development. She has held positions with increasing levels of responsibility throughout more than 20 years in leadership roles at institutions of higher learning.

White received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Long Island University-Brooklyn and a Master of Arts degree in counseling from Manhattan College.

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White, Elaine T. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Elaine received her Masters in 2010.

She was a great asset at Manhattan.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

White, Elaine T. [MC2010]

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GOOGLE+: Argento, Joseph (MC2012) points to MC Jasper YouTube



Argento, Joseph (MC2012)



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MNEWS: An ex MC faculty has a idea worth stealing



New Transylvania president plans to listen, make changes slowly at a campus in need of healing

By Linda B. Blackford

lblackford@herald-leader.comJuly 18, 2014

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Earlier this year, Seamus Carey received two job offers to become a college president — one from Transylvania University and one from a school closer to his home in New York

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As Carey visited Lexington in anticipation of his July 1 start date, he began thinking about liberal arts and careers, especially in light of Transy's enthusiastic alumni base. He calls his new plan 100 Doors to Success: matching every freshman with a Transy alumnus who can guide each student from a liberal arts education to a career.

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Carey has an extensive background in liberal arts: He majored in economics at Vassar College, then was hired by Fordham University straight out of graduate school with a doctorate in philosophy. He taught at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark and at Manhattan College before being named the dean of arts and science at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., in 2010. A Bronx native, he has never lived far from the New York metropolitan area.

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[JR: Here’s a connection to Alma Mater. BUT, more importantly, what a GREAT  idea the Alama Mater can “steal”!]

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GOOGLE+: Zuckerman, Richard [MC????] President at Enveloping Sound



Zuckerman, Richard [MC????]
President at Enveloping Sound
Attended Suny Purchase
Lives in Briarcliff Manor


Enveloping Sound
515 North State Rd.
Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

914-502-0800 Showroom
914-345-5600 A division of G&Z Systems, Inc.


Just 10 minutes from the Tappan Zee Bridge
(Across from Tuscan Grill - enter Terra Tile driveway and make immediate left.)

Who We Are

Enveloping Sound is your one-stop solution for the most amazing audio-video home entertainment experience you've ever enjoyed.

We offer quality products and creative home automation and entertainment setups with audio-video solutions to fit every home and every budget.

From televisions and streamlined speakers to improve your HDTV listening pleasure, compact audio systems and audiophile quality ear buds, to wireless music distribution systems for any room in the house, Enveloping Sound has an affordable solution for you!

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[JR: Sounds like an interesting place. Can someone local drop in an ask his class year?]

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JUPDATE: Haughton, Jim [MC1974] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)


JFOUND: Haughton, Jim [MC1974] LAUCHSPACE instructor

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Dear John,

I believe that Jim is a member of the Class of 1974.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Haughton, Jim [MC1974]

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GOOGLE+: Dennis Quirk (MC1993) added you on Google+

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GOOGLE+: Skibo, Angela Mendieta (MC????) Tea Specialist Skibo Tea House



Skibo, Angela Mendieta (MC????)

Works at Skibo Tea House
Attended Manhattan College
Lives in Lenoir, NC

Tea Specialist

Skibo Tea House
Owner, 2010 - present
National Organizer, 2012

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Dear John,

I do not find anything in my 'stuff' for Angela.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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GOOGLE+: McCarra-Fitzpatrick MaryAnn (MC1989) in "Florida English" 10/2014


MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick
Shared publiclyYesterday 5:49 PM

Very pleased to hear, today, that two of my poems ("Shamrocks" and "Blood Pudding") will appear in the 2014 (Irish-American themed) issue of Florida English, forthcoming in October 2014.


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McCarra-Fitzpatrick MaryAnn (MC1989)

[JR: well done!]

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JFOUND: Röjerås, Mikael [MC2015?] visiting India



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I'm a Swedish guy which, about three years ago, decided to experience the college life in NYC. Since then, Manhattan College has been my home, running has been my addiction, and discovering this city has been my mission. I will spend most of this coming summer in New Delhi, India, where I will intern. The rest of it will be split between Sweden and NY. This is my side of life.

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May 2, 2014

The semester is coming to an end and finals week is approaching. Slowly but surely I can feel how people around me start freaking out about what is to come. Me myself, not so much. Yet, that is. I’m just happy that after this is over, I get to go back to Sweden. Before I get back, more than nine months will have passed since the last time I walked the streets which I once called home. I do miss it a lot. But I will only have three weeks to spend there before I’m off to New Delhi, India, where I will spend two months interning for an Indian corporation. Or that is if everything goes according to plan. Hopefully it does. I cannot wait for that adventure. After India; New York and Manhattan College will be waiting for me, I’ve got one last semester before I’m done with by Bachelor degree.

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Once upon a time, a perfect little child was born in the small-town of Sala (once the capital of Sweden). His name was Mikael. Mikael grew and grew, and as he grew he found out that he had a talent to run really fast for a really long time. He then got an opportunity to attend a running high school in Sollentuna, a suburb of Stockholm. There in the foreign city, at an age of 16, he realized that there was a world beyond the streets he grew up on. Say whaaaaaaat?! He thought and pondered what to do with his life, and after four years he decided to buy a flight ticket to the jungle, the concrete jungle. While walking around this somewhat treeless jungle he saw a really nice concrete hut. He decided to move in. Nearby was a college, Manhattan College, which he decided to attend, and run for their Track & Field team. There he fell in love with the mondo tracks of Draddy Gymnasium, the green grass of the schools’ quad and the ancient books in club O’Malley.

Now, he only have on more semester at this wonderful college and then he’ll be kicked out into something called the job market. He does not know much about this so called job market, but apparently it is not all too nice to newcomers. Therefore Mikael will go to India over the summer for a preview of what is to come.

Here, you will be able to follow Mikael on his adventures, in New York, in Sweden, in India, or wherever else he goes.

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Röjerås, Mikael [MC2015?]

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JFOUND: Karl, Anton Andrew “Andy" [MC1935 RIP] cataloged



Andy Karl (baseball)

Anton Andrew "Andy" Karl (April 8, 1914 – April 8, 1989) was a professional baseball player. He was a right-handed pitcher over parts of five seasons (1943–1947) with the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Braves. For his career, he compiled an 18–23 record in 191 appearances, all but four as a relief pitcher, with an 3.51 earned run average and 107 strikeouts.

An alumnus of Manhattan College, Karl was born in Mount Vernon, New York and later died in La Jolla, California at the age of 75.

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Karl, Anton Andrew “Andy" [MC???? RIP]

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Dear John,

I believe that Andy is a member of the Class of 1935.

May He Continue To Rest In Peace,


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Karl, Anton Andrew “Andy" [MC1935 RIP]

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MFOUND: Alma Mater participate in Catholic education summit



Ohio college to host Catholic education summit
Posted: Jul 14, 2014 3:18 AM
Updated: Jul 14, 2014 3:18 AM

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - Catholic educators will focus on the partnerships between grade schools and universities in a day of discussions and presentations in southwest Ohio.

The University of Dayton is hosting its third annual Catholic education summit Monday, with some 140 people expected to take part on campus. The school says 16 archdioceses and dioceses will be represented, from as far south as Nashville, Tennessee, and as far north as Hamilton, Ontario. Loyola of Chicago and Manhattan College are among universities and other higher education organizations participating.

Susan Ferguson, director of UD's Center for Catholic Education, says teachers, pastors, school officials and others are coming from a variety of school settings. Topics include essential Catholic curriculum, academic excellence, Catholic culture and identity and operational vitality.

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[JR: Interesting.]

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JOBIT: Lauber, Br. Daniel A. [MC1994 RIP]



Reverend Brother Daniel A. Lauber

Reverend Brother Daniel A. Lauber C.F.C. of Madison MS and formerly of Massena, NY passed away on July 20, 2014, at St. Dominic’s Hospital, Jackson, MS after a valiant battle against bacterial meningitis.

Bro. Dan was born on January 9, 1954 in Massena, NY, the son of Allan G. and M. Jean Deshaies Lauber. After attending St. Mary’s Elementary School and graduating in June of 1972 from Holy Family High School in Massena he entered the Congregation of Christian Brothers on September 5, 1972 taking his first vows on August 12, 1974 and final vows on August 21, 1980.

He received his BS and MS in Biology from Iona College, New Rochelle, NY and went on to receive an MA in Counseling-Psychology from Manhattan College in NY.

His ministry of 42 years took him to many positions including Edmund Rice Hall, New Rochelle, NY, Bishop Hendricken High School, Warwick, RI, All Hallows High School, Bronx, NY, Catholic Memorial High School, West Roxbury, MA, Blessed Sacrament-St. Gabriel High School, New Rochelle, NY, and finally to St. Joseph Catholic School, Madison, MS and the Christian Brothers Community in Madison, MS.

He is survived by his sisters: Nancy (Robert) Fregoe & Donna Lauber of Massena, NY and Debra (Wayne) Levac of Cornwall Ontario Canada. Brother Daniel is also survived by his two beloved nephews Dylan and Drew Levac and Aunt Yvette (Vern) Peets and Uncle Jack (Pearl) Deshaies along with several cousins. His parents and grandparents pre-deceased him.

Brother Dan knew from a young age that his goal in life was to be a part of a Catholic religious order. He joined the Christian Brothers upon graduating high school because of their deep commitment to teaching, another of his passions. Brother Dan truly did “live, laugh and love”. He will be remembered always for his hearty laugh, great sense of humor, love of his family, friends and his community and the children that he taught and counseled. Brother Daniel enjoyed a good meal, good conversation and good friends. He will be forever in our hearts and minds and missed always.

A wake will be held at St. Joseph Care Center, 30 Montgomery Circle, New Rochelle, NY on Friday from 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM. A mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Family Church, Mayflower Avenue, New Rochelle, NY on Saturday at 9:30 AM. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to St. Joseph Catholic School Endowment Fund, PO Box 2027, Madison, MS 39110.


Lauber,  Br. Daniel A. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: None cited

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Dear John,

I believe that Brother received his Masters in 1994.

May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Lauber,  Br. Daniel A. [MC1994 RIP]

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Daniel A. Lauber (1954 - 2014)

Rev. Br. Daniel A. Lauber CFC
AGE: 60 • New Rochelle

Reverend Brother Daniel A. Lauber C.F.C. passed away on July 20, 2014.

Born on January 9, 1954 in Massena, NY, the son of Allan G. and M. Jean Deshaies Lauber.

He entered the Congregation of Christian Brothers on September 5, 1972 taking his first vows on August 12, 1974 and final vows on June 21, 1980. After attending St. Mary's Elementary and Holy Family High School in Massena, he received his BS and MS in Biology from Iona College. Br. Lauber went on to receive an MA in Counseling-Psychology from Manhattan College in NY.

His ministry took him to many positions including Edmund Rice Hall, New Rochelle, NY, Bishop Hendricken High School, Warwick, RI, All Hallows High School, Bronx, NY, Catholic Memorial High School, West Roxbury, MA, Blessed Sacrament-St. Gabriel High School, New Rochelle, NY, St. Joseph Catholic School, Madison, MS and the Christian Brothers Community in Madison, MS.

He is survived by his sisters, Nancy Fregoe, Donna Lauber and Debra Levac.

A wake will be held at St. Joseph Care Center, 30 Montgomery Circle, New Rochelle, NY on Friday from 2-4 PM and 7-9 PM. A mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Family Church, Mayflower Avenue, New Rochelle, NY on Saturday at 9:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to St. Joseph Catholic School Endowment Fund, PO Box 2027, Madison, MS 39110.

Published in the The Journal News on July 24, 2014


Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/lohud/daniel-a-lauber-condolences/171829870?cid=full#sthash.CFBkB5H6.dpbs

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JFOUND: Matarazzo, Paul [MC1975] manager of Acrison Inc.’s customer demonstration facilities



Home » equipment » What Is the Best Type of Feeder for My Application?
What Is the Best Type of Feeder for My Application?
July 22, 2014 0

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There are many types of feeders available today. The most widely used include rotary valves, vibratory trays/tubes, belts, and screw feeders. The type of feeder to be selected for a particular application is dependant upon several factors. First, it is essential to clearly define the application parameters. These include the feed rate range, accuracy requirements, temperature and/or pressure considerations, possible dimensional restraints, the type of system used to get the material to the feeder, and to what downstream equipment the feeder will discharge. Then, it is essential to define the characteristics of the material to be fed. Establishing these parameters will reduce the available feeder types that are applicable to your specific application.

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Paul Matarazzo is the manager of Acrison Inc.’s customer demonstration facilities and is an internal consultant on the selection and application of its dry solids metering, hoppering, and blending equipment. He has 37 years experience with Acrison, holding positions as project engineer, applications engineer, and supervisor of the company’s test facilities. He has a BSME from Manhattan College and is the co-author of two international mechanical patents held by Acrison.

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Matarazzo, Paul [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Paul is a member of the class of 1975.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

 Matarazzo, Paul [MC1975]

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GOOGLE+: Brewer, Howie (MC1991) Owner Kettlebells NY



Brewer, Howie (MC????)


Kettlebells NY is owned and operated by Howie Brewer.

Howie is a Kettlebell Sport Coach with the International Kettlebell Sport & Fitness Academy IKSFA), personally trained and certified by Sergey Rachinsky and Sergey Rudnev.


Howie is a Kettlebell Lifting Coach for the World Kettlebell Club (WKC) under Head Coach and World Champion, Valery Fedorenko.


Howie is a Certified Kettlebell Teacher by the International Kettlebell & Fitness Federation (IKFF), personally trained and certified by Steve Cotter and Ken Blackburn.


Howie is a Certified Sports Performance Coach for USA Weightlifting (USAW), the organization responsible for conducting Olympic weightlifting programs throughout the United States, and has received instruction and coaching assistance from USAW Level 3 Coach Marc Chasnov.



Howie is an internationally ranked kettlebell competitor. Howie has attained Rank I in Long Cycle under IKSFA rules and Rank III in both Long Cycle and Biathlon under WKC rules.

Howie has extensive experience with both resistance and cardiovascular training and is currently a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM). He was formally certified as a personal trainer with the National Federation of Personal Trainers (NFPT).

Howie has over 10 years training experience in various martial arts including Kenpo Karate, Long Fist Kung Fu, Aikido and Yang Style Tai Chi.

Howie is a certified Reiki II practitioner, taught and attuned under Marie Shanahan, Reiki Master.

Howie maintains his CPR and AED training with the American Heart Association.

Howie supports BuddyBall Sports in Rockland County, a non-profit sports organization dedicated to providing the opportunity for children with developmental disabilities to play sports (www.BuddyBallSports.org). He also sits on the parent board of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Committee for Laurel Plains Elementary School in Clarkstown Central School District. He is also a large supporter of the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (http://tsalliance.org/), an organization dedicated to finding a cure for tuberous sclerosis complex while improving the lives of those affected.

Howie's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/howiebrew

Howie's YouTube page: www.youtube.com/howiebrew

Howie's personal training blog: www.howztraining.blogspot.com

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Howie Brewer
8:25 AM

1991, Mechanical Engineering

[JR: Thanks.]

Brewer, Howie (MC1991)

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JFOUND: O’Neill, Peter M. [MC1971] MoB Able Global Partners LLC



SENIOR PROFESSIONALS of Able Global Partners

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Peter M O'Neill, Member of the BoardPrior to Able Global Partners LLC, Mr. O'Neill was Managing Director of Corporate Finance at Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd., Est. 1842. His responsibilities included structuring and funding projects in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe and Canada. Mr. O'Neill has amassed over 25 years experience in the Financial Services Industry, including holding the position of President at CM&M’s Municipal Division, which was acquired by HSBC in 1983. Mr. O'Neill was also a Director in Paine Weber’s Fixed Income Division working on transactions between their Capital and Consumer Market’s Divisions, primarily Investment Banking Underwriting. He has been involved in managing transactions ranging in size from $5 to $500 million. Mr. O'Neill’s expertise has focused on convertible debt, consumer finance, equity, securities brokerage, asset management, asset- based lending, venture capital and merchant banking. Mr. O'Neill is a graduate of Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He has served on the Boards of Gibbons & Company, Finlay Sports, Youth Focus and Big Brothers and Sisters.

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O’Neill, Peter M. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Peter is a member of the Class of 1971.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

O’Neill, Peter M. [MC1971]

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JOBIT: Robinson, Ed [MC1971 RIP]



CT Grey News

July 23, 2014

No, they aren’t having the wake on Block Island you knuckleheads…


The wake for Ed Robinson has been scheduled for FRIDAY JULY 25, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the The Alderson-Ford Funeral Home, 615 South Main Street, Cheshire CT. Directions can be found at www.fordfh.com. Please join Dorothy, Kelly and Brendan and help them through this difficult time. There will be no funeral and burial will be private. There will be a MEMORIAL SERVICE for Ed…and to celebrate his life on AUGUST 10, 2014 at 2:30 PM at the Faith Living Church, 20 Grove St. Plainville, CT. Friends and family will be invited to speak, share stories (Lord knows there are plenty of those), photos and to join the family for refreshments afterwards.

The Robinson Family has decided to start a scholarship fund in Ed’s memory in conjunction with the CT Grey RFC. The details are yet to be worked out but contributions to the fund can be made through the family at this time. Please see the obituary below.We are planning a formal announcement of the Foundation and scholarship at the 35th Anniversary Banquet on September 27, 2014.


The game is on for SATURDAY JULY 26. 2014 at Heinz Field at 12:00 NOON. I can think of no more fitting tribute to Ed Robinson than to go out to Block Island…a place he visited many times and loved dearly… and beat the RI Old Cocks…something he loved to do as well… Please make an effort to get out for the game…


CHESHIRE – Edward J. Robinson, 70, passed away Monday July 21, 2014 at his home. He was the husband of Dorothy (Davis) Robinson.

Mr. Robinson was born May 19, 1944 in Yonkers, NY the son of the late George and Florence (Maloney) Robinson. He was a graduate of Blessed Sacrament High School in New Rochelle and continued his education at Manhattan College, where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Business. He loved playing Rugby and was a member of the New York Rugby Club, the New York Athletic Club and the CT Grey Rugby Club. He was also a founding member of the Cheshire Rugby program. Mr. Robinson was an avid Notre Dame Football fan and a devoted member of Faith Living Church in Plantsville.

Besides his wife of 35 years, Mr. Robinson is survived by his daughter Kelly of New York City, his son Brendan of Cheshire; his brother George Robinson and his wife Carol of Levittown, PA; his sisters Catherine Clark and her husband Charles of Yonkers, NY, Trudy Robinson and her companion Vic Sesto of Milford, CT and Nancy Boyd and her companion Richard Maguire of Ossining, NY; as well as his brother and sister-in-law Robert and Gail Davis. He is predeceased by his sons Sean and Patrick.

Arrangements – Visitation will be held on Friday July 25, 2014 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Alderson-Ford Funeral Home of Cheshire, 615 S. Main St. A Memorial Service to celebrate his life will be held on Sunday, August 10th at 2:30 PM at Faith Living Church, 20 Grove St., in Plantsville. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made payable to CT Grey RFC, which will establish a scholarship in Ed’s name for the game he loved (note “EJR Scholarship” on memo line) and mailed to the E.J. Robinson Memorial Scholarship, PO Box 123, Marion, CT 06444-0123. For online condolences or to share a photo or story, please visit www.fordfh.com.


Robinson, Ed [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://alderson.twintiersweb.com/tribute/details/1893/Edward_Robinson/condolences.html#content-start

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Dear john,

I believe that Ed is a member of the class of 1971.

May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Robinson, Ed [MC1971 RIP]

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JHQ: JUNE/JULY 2014 Accomplishments




View all the recent accomplishments and accolades of Manhattan College’s faculty and students.

School of Arts

Mehnaz Afridi, Ph.D., director of Manhattan College’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center and assistant professor of religious studies, recently attended two high-profile events in New York City: The 12th annual James Parks Morton interfaith awards dinner, which honored Al Gore on June 5; and the 2014 ADL New York Region Annual Meeting, which honored Mayor Bill de Blasio on June 10.

Kevin Ahern, assistant professor of religious studies, was among the 2014 Catholic Press Award and Book Award Winners, for his book Visions of Hope, and received first place in the 50th Anniversary of Vatican II category.

Ricardo A. Dello Buono, Ph.D., professor and chair of sociology, delivered a paper at the Crisis in EU and USA international conference held at the University of Pisa, Italy, entitled Migration and the Crisis of the Social Welfare State: Building a Praxis Approach on June 13.  Earlier, he presented his paper “Las movilizaciones estudiantiles en tiempos de crisis: hacia un marco teórico general” at the 32nd International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) in Chicago on May 22.

Jennifer C. Edwards, Ph.D., assistant professor of history was named co-runner up for the 2013 Society for French Studies Malcolm Bowie Prize for her article publication “‘Man Can be Subject to Woman’: Female Monastic Authority in Fifteenth-Century Poitiers” Gender & History 25, no. 1 (2013): 86-106.
Edwards also presented Holy Healing: Defining Boundaries between Medical and Spiritual Healing in Medieval England at the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women in Toronto, May 2014.

Jay Freidenberg, Ph.D., chair and professor of psychology, opened his first solo gallery exhibition at 440 Gallery in Brooklyn, Digital Dreams, which is on display through Aug. 17, 2014. The collection features his photographs of New York City scenes that are digitally manipulated to create surreal landscapes.

Robert Geraci, Ph.D., associate professor of religious studies, and engineering major Nat Recine ’14 recently published a paper, “Enlightening the Galaxy: How Players Experience Political Philosophy in Start Wards: The Old Republic” in Games and Culture. Read more about their collaboration.

Matthew S. Muehlbauer, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor, co-wrote Ways ofWar: American Military History from the Colonial Era to the Present (Routledge 2013), which was recently adopted as required reading for all United States Air Force Academy cadets.

School of Business

Charles Geisst, Ph.D., professor of economics and finance, was featured in WalletHub’s recent study, the 2014 Debt Freedom Report: Living Debt Free

Posted on July 22, 2014

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MFOUND: Murphy, Frederick James [MCxcoach RIP] Basketball coach 1912



Frederick James Murphy (February 4, 1886 – December 19, 1956) was an American football player, coach of football, basketball, and baseball, and college athletics administrator. He played college football as a tackle at Yale University was selected as an All-American in 1895. Murphy served as the head football coach at the University of Missouri (1900–1901), Northwestern University (1914–1918), University of Denver (1920–1922), and University of Kentucky (1924–1926), compiling a career football coaching record of 46–47–6. He was also the head basketball coach at Manhattan College (1912–1913) and at Northwestern (1914–1917), and the head baseball coach at Northwestern (1914–1916) and Kentucky (1925–1926). In addition, Murphy served as Northwestern's athletic director from 1913 to 1918.

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Murphy, Frederick James [MCxcoach RIP]

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JEMAIL: Five 2014-er's go to serve others


Dear John,

The 7/10/14 Edition of Catholic New York has the following piece:


Five members on Manhattan College’s Class of 2014 have been accepted to serve the Lasallian Volunteers (LV’s), Rostro de Cristo, Jesuit Volunteers Corps (JVC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency Corps (FEMA)

The five graduates, who each received bachelor's degrees this spring, and the organization they are
serving, are: Anthony DiCesare, National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC)-FEMA program; Tegan Nelson, Rostro de Cristo; Carlos Orbe, LV’s in Tulsa Okla,; Ivy Seraphin, LV's in Racine, Wis,; and Kathleen White. JVC,. All four organizations assist people in the United States and abroad.

"We're proud of all our Manhattan Graduates every year, and we have a special spot in our hearts for
our students who pursue full-time volunteer programs here or abroad,” said Lois Harr, director of campus ministry and social action at Manhattan College. “The world needs them to share their unique gifts and talents, and they have incorporated 'faith,service and community' into their lives in a very deep and meaningful way.'


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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DiCesare, Anthony [MC2014]

Nelson, Tegan [MC2014]

de Cristo, Rostro [MC2014]

Orbe, Carlos [MC2014]

Seraphin, Ivy [MC2014]

White, Kathleen [MC2014]

[JR: They have a lot more courage to do this than I had when I was their age. I’ll ask Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) to put them on the prayer list for their safety and good fortune.]

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Good Morning All,

Mike McEneney sent this to Jasper Jottings and was shared by John Reinke, Jasper Jottings. Our prayers and thanks go out to these young men and women of the Class of 2014. We proudly thank them for their sacrifice, there message of hope and their willingness to give of their lives, love and dedication. Please keep them in your prayers. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) cite Brendon Wolfel


Good Evening All,

I ask for your prayers for Brendon Wolfel, United States Army, currently serving in Afghanis. Brendon is the Fiance a young woman Peggy and I know from Long Island. Like so many others, the Family and Ms. Side worry for the safety of this proud soldier and his safe return home. Please keep Brendon and all those who Faithfully serve in our Armed Services in your prayers. The Family thank you. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

[JR: Amen. I want all the girls and boys home safe.]

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MTWITTER: Br. Jack, VP of Mission at MC, talks all things #Lasallian


Manhattan College ‏@ManhattanEdu 7h

Br. Jack, VP of Mission at MC, talks all things #Lasallian with @FatherDaveDwyer on SiriusXM's @BustedHaloShow: http://bit.ly/1kY9Med

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JFOUND: Fenton, Dennis M. [MC1973] BoD Director, Dendreon Corp.



Dennis M. Fenton Ph.D.
Director, Chairman of Compensation Committee and Member of Audit Committee,
Dendreon Corp.


Dr. Dennis M. Fenton, Ph.D., was an Executive Vice President for Operations and Compliance Officer of Amgen Inc., from May 2003 to July 2007. Dr. Fenton served as an Executive Vice President of Amgen Inc., since March 2000, and its Senior Vice President of Operations from January 1995 to March 2000, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing from August 1992 to January 1995, Vice President of Process Development, Facilities and Manufacturing Services from 1991 to 1992, Vice President of Pilot Plant Operations and Clinical Manufacturing from October 1988 to July 1991 and Director of Pilot Plant Operations from 1985 to October 1988.

Dr. Fenton served as a Senior Research Scientist at Pfizer. He joined Amgen in 1982 as a Research Scientist until 2008. He coordinated the design, construction and expansion of manufacturing facilities for Epogen(R) (epoetin alfa) and Neupogen(R) (filgrastim).

He has been the Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board of Althea Technologies, Inc. since June 2012 and has been its Board Observer since June 2012.

He serves as a Director of Javelin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Dr. Fenton has been a Director of Xenoport, Inc. since August 2009, Hospira Inc. since July 31, 2012, MedImmune Vaccines, Inc. since March 2000 and Amira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. since April 2008. He has been a Director of Napo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., since May 16, 2011 and Genzyme Corporation since June 2010. He has been Director at Nora Therapeutics, Inc. since March 27, 2014, Genelux Corporation since January 24, 2011 and Dendreon Corp. since November 8, 2011.

Dr. Fenton has been a Director of Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. since June 2006 and serves as its Lead Independent Director.

He serves as Member of Science Advisory Board at ImmunGene Inc. He serves as a Member of Scientific Advisory Board at Sapphire Energy, Inc. and PBS Biotech, Inc. He has been a Member of Scientific Advisory Board at Althea Technologies, Inc. since June 2012.

He serves as a Trustee of the Keck Graduate Institute, the Board of Regents of California Lutheran University and Biotechnology Institute. He serves as a Director/Trustee at Rutgers University and the Biotechnology Institute. He served as a Director at CytomX Therapeutics, Inc., since October 2008.

He is a Director of Javelin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Dr. Fenton has a B.S. degree in Biology from Manhattan College and a Ph.D. in Microbiology from Rutgers University.

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JFOUND: Cruz-Brown, Maribel [MC2000] NYPA 3/21/14



NYPA Recognizes its Women in Engineering: Maribel Cruz-Brown

Throughout March, we’ll be posting a series of interviews with NYPA’s female engineers in honor of Women’s History Month. Today’s entry features a Q&A session with NYPA Economic Development & Energy Efficiency Program Manager Maribel Cruz-Brown.

1. How did you enter the engineering field? How did you decide on your specialty?

I really enjoyed Math and Science in high school and received a partial scholarship to attend Manhattan College. During my college search, I was informed that an Engineering Degree would serve me well if I wanted to enter into any other career choice later on. They were right.
Maribel Cruz-Brown

2. Did you have a female engineer as a mentor?

I had interned all through college but didn’t come across any other female engineers until my first job out of college with Syska Hennessy Group. My aunts and uncles went to great schools like NYU and Yale. They were amazing role models for me, and I have great female engineering role models here at NYPA.

3. What makes you proud to work at NYPA?

This organization thrives because of the contributions from entry level to executive management. Over the past 14 years, I have seen how reliable public power and energy efficiency upgrades have real, positive impacts on NY communities.

4. What things do you love most about engineering?

Most engineers say problem solving skills and I agree but it goes deeper than that. Engineering is a resolution to a need, it is an approach. I studied Mechanical Engineering so to me it’s all about gears, motors and turbines making things happen.

5. What project are you most proud of?

My first energy efficiency projects at NYPA have set the tone for my career here. I began my career with NYPA at NYC and Westchester schools, hospitals and precincts. They called on my engineering knowledge, street smarts and negotiating skills. I learned to maneuver through challenges with customers, public officials and contractors.

6. Did you face any obstacles in becoming an engineer?

I always had to balance school while working close to full time my entire college career. I’m currently earning my M.B.A, and I have two young sons – so life is a little busy at the moment.

7. What valuable lessons have you learned as your career as a female engineer has evolved?

Always be professional and mindful of your contributions and you will be successful. Not everyone we work with has been exposed to the diversity of the engineering world of today. I had a customer ask me if I had really gone to school for engineering, why I chose my nontraditional profession, where I had studied, etc. By the end of our meeting he was eager to proceed with the recommendations I had presented for his town.

8. What advice would you offer young women considering engineering as a profession?

I have been speaking to elementary and high school students for 10 years. My message is still the same. If she (or he) has a passion for math/science, want to work on projects that have local impact and is ready to put the time in then the engineering field is for them!

9. If you had to use one word to describe your opinion of the engineering profession, what would it be?

Symphony. A collaboration of instruments, players, working at different levels to create a beautiful product.

10. What is one thing about yourself that most people would find surprising?

Years ago I wanted to create and be the host of a Home Improvement Show demonstrating to women how to DIY.

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Cruz-Brown, Maribel [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Maribel is a member of the Class of 2000.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Cruz-Brown, Maribel [MC2000]

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JFOUND: Loudon, Dennis E. [MC????] Head of Fixed Income, Hapoalim Securities



Dennis E. Loudon [MC????]
Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income, Hapoalim Securities U.S.A., Inc.

… serves as Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income Trading and Sales at Hapoalim Securities U.S.A., Inc. Mr. Loudon is a 25-year industry veteran with a distinguished reputation among the US fixed income community. Mr. Loudon served as Senior Vice President of Fixed Income Trading at Ryan Beck & Co., Inc. and Ryan Beck & Co., Capital Markets Group. Mr. Loudon received an MBA from Manhattan College School of Business.

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Dear John,

I do not find anything in my 'stuff' for Dennis.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JFOUND: Smith, Derek K. [MC1995] Nashville State CC



 Administration, Faculty, and Staff
    Administrative, Professional and Support Staff    Faculty    Faculty Emeritus
 Administrative, Professional and Support Staff

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Derek K. Smith, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences

B.S., Mathematics, Manhattan College, 1995

M.S., Mathematics, University of Tennessee, 1998

Ed.S, Mathematics Education, Florida State University, 2001

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Nashville State Community College
120 White Bridge Rd.
Nashville, TN 37209

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Smith, Derek K. [MC1995]

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MFOUND: Geary, Colette [MCxstaff] to CNR



College Of New Rochelle Appoints New Senior VP For Strategic Initiatives
by Joe Jenkins Schools 6 hours ago

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NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- The College of New Rochelle has appointed Colette Geary as the new senior vice president for Strategic Initiatives.

The newly established position will support the implementation of a long-term strategic planning initiatives across the college’s four schools and six campuses.

Geary has been vice president for Student Services at the college since 2010. She was responsible for overseeing student development, intercollegiate athletics, The Wellness Center, campus ministry, health services, career development, counseling services and undergraduate admissions for the School of Arts & Sciences and the School of Nursing.

“Dr. Geary is a dynamic, organized and seasoned visionary, proficient in developing and deploying systematic processes to address complex challenges. She has built strong relationships across the entire College Community," Judith Huntington, president of the college said in a statement. "Her commitment to the mission and identity of the College will ensure fidelity to our values and heritage while we embrace this opportunity for institutional change and renewal."

Before coming to The College of New Rochelle, Geary was dean of students at Manhattan College in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. During fourteen years at Manhattan, she also served as director of Counseling and Health Services, as staff psychologist, and taught in the School of Education graduate program.

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JLINKEDIN: Hernandez, Jose D. [MC2006] HRIS Coordinator Hospital for Special Surgery



Hernandez, Jose D. [MC????]
HRIS Coordinator at Hospital for Special Surgery
Greater New York City Area
Hospital & Health Care

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Dear John,

I believe that Jose is a member of the Class of 2006.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Hernandez, Jose D. [MC2006]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) cites Bethlehem University / Gaza Strip


Good Morning All,

Tom McCarthy has asked for our prayers for our Graduates, Brothers, employees and students at Bethlehem University on the Gaza Strip. Tom has met and spoken with some of them and shares that it is times like these that they need our prayers more than ever. As some of them reside on the Gaza Strip there are no doubt some that reside on the Israel side and clearly impacted by the incoming Rockets. There are stories there that have not surfaced and we pray for the safety of them as well. Please keep them in your prayers as we pray for reason and God's Love to prevail. Thank you Tom. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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From: "Bethlehem University" <communications@bethlehem.edu>
Date: July 24, 2014 at 6:06:42 AM EDT
To: "Thomas McCarthy"
Subject: Pray for our Graduates in the Gaza Strip
Reply-To: communications@bethlehem.edu


Dear Graduates, Friends and Supporters of Bethlehem University,

The war in Gaza rages on, and Bethlehem University can only offer prayers for the people of Gaza and its 435 graduates, many of whom have been hiding in their homes, schools, mosques and in churches since the start of this offensive. Many more have no place to hide, but on the streets where as reported the stench of death kills.

We are very concerned about our graduates in Gaza as many have not responded to our contacts through social media and phone.

We are very lucky to have received as Bethlehem University many messages inquiring about our safety here in Bethlehem. For all of you, we say THANK YOU, but do remember us and our graduates in Gaza in your prayers.

Team members of the Advancement Office at Bethlehem University have been able to connect with several of our graduates.

Rana Al-Sayegh, BU'99, with her 4 children were hiding in the corridor of her flat when we rang her yesterday morning. "I am not sure how to keep my children safe, several buildings around me where all brought to the ground... I am so worried, but happy that you called me," Rana said and has asked we pray for them.

Our Vice Chancellor, Brother Peter Bray, was able to speak over the phone to the mother of Berlanty Azzam, a BU Graduate of 2010, who is currently working in the US. Berlanty was not allowed to continue her studies at Bethlehem University by the Israeli Authority simply because she came from Gaza, but Bethlehem University enabled her to graduate through distance learning while in Gaza.

Berlanty's mother asked Brother Peter to pray for her and her family. "Our lives are unbearable, we are very scared, and several houses in our neighborhood have completely vanished".

Mohammed Abu Hawila, BU '89, who is an UNRWA School Deputy Principal in Gaza City, told us that while his immediate family is safe, several of his friends have perished, and many more have been seriously injured. He told us: "a lot of people moved to live in the school classes where I work. As many as 60 people are living in a small room in a very difficult situation, may God help them."

To all our graduates in the Gaza Strip, we are praying for you and hope this will come to an end very soon.

To all our friends and supporters, we ask you to pray for the people of Gaza at these hard times, and we also ask you to pray for us so that Bethlehem University may continue to be a "Beacon of Hope and an Oasis of Peace" in this Holy, but troubled Land.

Brother Stephen Tuohy
Vice President for Advancement

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[JR: I’d extend that to the whole “theater of operations”. That hearts get opened. Disputes resolved. And, everyone can be at peace.]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) adds three causes


Good Afternoon All,

Please keep Jim Smith, Joe Dillon, John Nason and Cathie McEneney in your prayers as these dear friends continue to heal.

Your prayers are also requested for Roch Capelli, a long time attendee of our Manhattan College Retreat and a Fellow Jasper. Roch asks for our prayers.

Please keep in your prayers the Men and Women of our Armed Forces who protect our freedoms and those of so many others. We thank them for the sacrifices they make and for their commitment.

Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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JFOUND: Keogh, Michael [MC????] Wikipedia - athlete



Michael Keogh (athlete)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Keogh (born October 13, 1950) is a retired Irish middle-distance runner. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the 5000 metres.[1]

Keogh attended Essex Catholic High School and Manhattan College where he ran track for the Jaspers. Along with Anthony Colón, Keogh won the team 1973 NCAA Men's Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships and was part of the distance medley relay championship team.


"Mike Keogh Bio, Stats, and Results | Olympics at Sports-Reference.com". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2014-07-25.  

"The Manhattan Project | Running Times". runnersworld.com. Retrieved 2014-07-25.

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Keogh, Michael [MC????]

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JFOUND: Racette, John [MC1987] Lab School of Washington




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John Racette
Dept: Math (High School)Algebra II, Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics
Manhattan College - B.S.
College of St. Rose and George Mason University - Work toward M.A.

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The Lab School of Washington
4759 Reservoir Road, NW   
Washington, DC 20007-1921

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Dear John,

I believe that John is a member of the Class of 1987.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Racette, John [MC1987]

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JFOUND: Dischino, Michele (MC1992) Associate Professor CCSU



Michele Dischino

Faculty Information
Location(s) Nicolaus Copernicus 2351000
Departments(s) SET - Technology & Engineering Education
Title(s) Associate Professor


Michele Dischino is a member of the Technology & Engineering Education department within the School of Engineering and Technology at Central Connecticut State University.

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Ph.D., Bioengineering, 2006
Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1992


Dr. Michele Dischino has experience in the utilities, graphic arts, and bioengineering fields. She has also worked with both middle- and high-school students. Originally from New York, Dr. Dischino recently completed her graduate studies in the McKay Orthopaedic Research Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, where she explored strategies to improve the outcome of tendon injuries through engineering. In addition to her research, she has coordinated educational outreach activities with West Philadelphia public schools and volunteered at the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Center City, Philadelphia.

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ENDNOTE: The ancient just war tradition of St. Thomas Aquinas



The Birth of America’s “Religion of Violence”
By Thomas DiLorenzo
July 7, 2014

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Laurence Vance has coined the word “warvangelical” to describe so-called evangelical Christians who are obsessed with supporting all of the state’s wars and all of the death, destruction, and mayhem that they entail.  They ignore the ancient just war tradition of St. Thomas Aquinas, among others, and simply support all war and all military aggression – as long as the U.S. government is the aggressor.

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An illustration of this crazed, murderous philosophy that is offered by Rothbard is a congratulatory letter to Woodrow Wilson from his son-in-law, fellow pietist “progressive” William Gibbs McAdoo, the Secretary of the Treasury, for having plunged America into the European War.  “You have done a great job nobly!“, wrote McAdoo. I firmly believe that it is God’s will that America should do this transcendent service for humanity throughout the world and that you are His chosen instrument.” There were more than sixteen million deaths in World War I, including some 7 million civilians.

Such “religious” fanaticism provided a moral cover of sorts for the armaments industry and others who supported (and support) war for monetary reasons only.  Some things never change.

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I remember studying St. Thomas Aquinas and the Just War in grammar school.

Finally a topic I could relate to. I loved Cowboy and War Movies.

The Brothers were (i think) all WW2 and Korean vets. And they had a very unique insight and urge that this was one of the more important things we could learn.

And then came VietNam.

Early on, I was a chicken hawk. But very very quickly, I became anti-war. As more people I knew went into the meat grinder, or went to Canada, and the bodies mounted up, I realize the Aquinas was of so right.

Even today, the only truly Peace Candidate, Ron Paul, was sneered and labeled a “crazy isolationist”. Our fellow alum, Rudy was destroyed by Ron Paul and “blowback”.

All for naught.

War, more war, and tyranny.

Where will it all end?

The best we can hope for is peaceful secession; the worst is more and escalating violence.


Dona Nobis Pacem

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