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COVER PHOTOS: Andres Carter COVER DESIGN: Ashley Hudson MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVISOR: Rebecca Webb Helped by middle school students FACULTY YOUNGER PAGES: Megan Rose SENIOR PHOTO: Mark Bledstein CONTRIBUTORS (In no particular order) Yana Teitel Bill Bridges Meghan Astrachan Marion Smith Steve Monosson Jessica Lai Janel Frazier Micah Gottlieb Justin Hjortshoj Kai-Anasa George

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Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School

Andrew McLaren, Director

1 December, 2001 Dear Class of 2002, Your graduation represents the end of an era in my life, in that the first ones of your class to arrive at LREI came here the same year I did. I think of my own school days from age four to eighteen and remember them as lasting for all eternity - so I am not quite sure how it comes about that yours seem to have vanished in a flash. I am sure it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t feel that way from your perspective, and rightly so, because in many respects the last fourteen years have contained more history and more change than any previous fourteen years in history. May they be a wonderful platform for you as you graduate and move on to the rest of your lives.

LREI

As a group and as individuals you have extraordinary potential to be happy yourselves and to add to the happiness of the world. You have between you in large measure almost every conceivable talent. You leave behind you the gift of your contributions to this community, for which we all thank you. You take away the ability to think and feel deeply before you decide - about plans, about people, about what matters to you. You can make the world a better place. Indeed I believe you will. Please come back and see us often.

Every best wish,

Lower/Middle School, 272 Sixth Ave. (Bleecher St.), NewYork, NY 10014 High School, 40 Charlton St., NewYorh, NY 10014 4

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Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School

June 7, 2002 Dear Graduates, I feel close to every graduating class, of course, but I feel a special kinship with the class of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;02. We shared a moment in our lives - a day that seemed like an eternity - the vivid recollection of which we will carry with us for the rest of our lives. During the course of my senior year in high school a momentous event also occurred. In retrospect, that event changed the world forever. John F Kennedy was felled by an assassinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bullet in the fall of 1963. I was at basketball practice when the word spread. Thirty-eight years later, you and I were at Charlton Street together on the morning of September 11th 2001. Whether you will look back thirty some years from now and be able to say the world changed forever that morning remains to be seen. I have a feeling you will. The question is how will it have changed. And the answer will depend in part on what each of you, and your generation, does between now and then to change it. I believe your education at this school has prepared you to contribute in positive ways to the new world that will, for better or worse, emerge from the times we have lived through together. I have great confidence in you. I have watched each of you respond to the challenges set before you up until now with seif-awareness, determination, and perseverance. I have faith that each of you will bring those qualities to the challenges that lie ahead.

LREll

Good luck. I hope that you will always keep this place and time in your heart.

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Front Row: Julia Atones Greenburger, Kai Shachter, Hana Mundiya, Alden Cope, Nicholas Judt Middle Row: Andrew Floranc, Lily Carruthers, Katie Fenlon, Hannah Pynter, Carlo Raimondo, Danielle Cohen, Mikayla Block, Lola Wegman, Charlotte Hood Back Row: Seth Eastman (teacher), Ben Trachtenberg, Tom Suchecki, Matthew Duepner, Lara Hatfield, Sandy Wolkenberg (teacher), Rosalie Zurita (teacher) Not Pictured: Kate Woolvertoon, Odelia Kaly

Front Row: Jenny Beller, Parker Stach, Viviane Eng, Nell Jacobson Middle Row: Parker Burbridge, Cindy Cochran, Ivo Irving, Olivia Mendoza, Jona Mench, Benno Battali Back Row: Julie Pugnam (teacher), Holly Hatfield, Jane Yoon (teacher), Julian Gerson, Isiah Sullivan, Kunal Sahai, Jack Coploff, Niles Ellis, Claire Chotman (teacher), Ben Irving

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Front Row: Will Balsam, Sally Kramer, Cameron Andrews Middle Row: Irena Erilch, Maurice Russo, Jordan Espuet, Isabel Ringer Back Row: Kaila Moore, Julia Westerman, Danielle Lamoureux (teacher), Max Fried, Violet Moore, Stacy Weinberger (teacher), Amar Agazzi, Zachary Capobianco, Summer Jerue (teacher), Kyla DeSouza Not Pictured: Adrian Schachter, Jake Nelson, Ryan Park-Chan

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Front Row: Malcolm Staso, Harry Lubitz, Liam Moore, Kameron Block, Rachel Kaly Middle Row: Jeremy Conway, Sharon Hoory, Dominic Konstam, Hannah Conley, Anna Goldstein, Madeline Petrie, Alexandra Berger, Charles Simpson-Brown Back Row: Luis Hernandez (teacher), Johnathon Eustache, Hayley Howard, Laurence Brent, Surayya Diggs, Marcus Evans, Dorothy Mehler (teacher), Atlas Wegman Not Pictured: Lily Gravin


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Front Row: Suzanne Cohen (head teacher), Ella Park-Chan, Hannah Rifkin, Ava Coploff, Chloe Larson, Tazeen Khan (associate teacher) Middle Row: Kirk Pearson, Maya Pintar, Sasha Stomberg, Lilly Day, Robbie Neuhans Back Row: Cameron Finkle, Raphael Ross, Katie Heiserman, Calen McGee, Jaime Oliver

Front Row: Theo Hoffman, Olivia Feal, Eda Herzog-Vitto, Mindy Toro, Raven Bertot, Nat Marcus, Hannah Root, Jake DeNicola, Willie Staso Back Row: Andrea Hess (teacher), Ian Tsang, Emily Watson, Emani Stewart, Faith Pederson, Emma Greenberg, Molly Altreuter, Honour Masters, Chloerose, Bree-Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Orazio

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7th&8th Grade Soccer Team From Top Left: Deidre Cuffee-Gray, Jack Robbins, Alex Zhang, Luis Zepeda, Sena Ito, Wylie Johnston, Marley Gibbons, Luis Hernandez, Philip Hammack, Nick Heller, Kamillah Aklaff, Ashley Walters, Taka Koike, Jon Schneier, Ally Cowan-Krause, Doug Raymond.(Missing) Marley Stone, Spencer Leopald-Cohen, Ian CohanShapiro, Chris Lapinski.

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7th grade girls basketball: Lily Wiggins, Sena Ito, Nina Cochran, Sara Wyatt, Lucy Poe, Julia Chafkin, Naida Gluhic, Ally Cowan-Krause, Kamillah Aklaff, less Johnson

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In the moments before dawn When the air hangs suspended Between yesterday and tomorrow, There is a quiver of anticipation. As the new day unfolds And the past recedes into memory, Like historyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s minor characters Whose stories are forgotten In the chaos of the millennia. Susan Long


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Poetry to my Country Amazing... how I never took enough time to appreciate the swaying palm trees of my astonishing country. Never dreamily stared at the brilliant blue tranquil waters, its waves soft spoken-they tell a story. Sad... I never felt the dirt where my country rhythmically sits on. My hands never devoured the sand, engulfing it all, feeling pleased with its beauty. I just saw it as a beautiful ground, candy to my eyes. How I wish I had the time to feel it... I want to sit in my yard and slowly watch everything take its ordinary toll. The content houses gleaming, the brilliant sun blazing, my humble people going about their every day work adoringly. The sounds of the drums and guiro, filtering into my veins, as the wind caresses my face...a welcoming kiss. How unfortunate that I don’t remember my country to it’s perfect glow. Never have I really stared at the rain. Rain that fell like a mountain on my country some days, beating the roofs of houses like a drumBOOM BOOM! Then there where days where the rain fell like the song of a mother, jewelling my soul. It wasn’t just rain it showered... it showered love, growth, strength, blessings. Never took enough time to realize it. Now away from my country, I notice it all. I feel and understand the natural beauty of my native motherland. My love and pride for my country may be brewed without really seeing the wonders. I remain true to my roots. Incredible How each day I ache for my country, to just be there with the mesmerizing palm trees, tranquil waters and patriotic ground. Yet my country Is here... with me. Funny how, away from my country, I realize it. Yet I ache to really BE there and thus start again. To really see and understand the mesmerizing treasures my Quisqueya La Bella offers. My astonishing country, my Dominican pride Republica Doniinicana. Jissel Garda

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listening skills

asking the same question repeatedly

having everyone on lock

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Shayna’s diamonds

Chris’s ”ice"

following your heart

pity

dating two

double dating

taking a personal day off

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dating

dating underclassmen

taking a long time to do good work

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One last "Super" Britton (pg 45)

Danny

My jacket

Shayna

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Emily

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Bill

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Toni

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starving artist

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make films

pom star

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celebrity stylist

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