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STAFF LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Becoming th e yearbook e d ito r has given me a new perspective in my final ye a r a t Dwight. I could nev^er hav'e imagined how many d e ta ils and how much planning go into th e making o f a yearbooK Our therne’th is y e a r is “ Find th e Tiger;” we chose a them e centered on th e Pw ight m a s c o t t o celebrate school s p irit. Many hours w ent into th e design and layout. V7e to o k so many pictu re s and used countless rolls o f film to capture th e ch a ra cte r o f life a t Pw ight. This yearbool- v^ouldn’t hai/e been possible w ith o u t Ivliss S m ith ’s dedication. She worked long and hard and deseri/es special recognition.for her e ffo rts . So many people helped us p u t th is yearbook to g e th e r. Special thanks t o C ristin a Ranzini and E>ree Williams, our a s s is ta n t e d ito rs , to Ms. Rea fo r her fundraising e f fo r ts , t o Mr\ Somoza, Mrs. Feierstein, and M iss G rayson fo r th e ir wonderful photographs, and t o Surnaya Jaci'son fo r her . enthusiasm a t every meeting. This yearbooK belongs t o all o f us. liana Blumberg

F ro m the top, L to R: Andrea Blatther, M aggie D o w lin g , Cristina Ranzini, and D avid Cohen. Chayanee U bol and Beth Zuckerm an. Thara Jinadasa and Sumaya Jackson. B e lo w : Alex Z o lo t, Ana Qak, E m ily Matles, Thara Jinadasa. F h il ffirs h , Rachel H eller, lia n a B lum berg, Cristina Ranzini, Madia Kane, Miss Sm ith.

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FACULTY


Mead of School Dr. Joyce A/\. Robinson

The Road Not Taken Two roads dverged in a yellow wood. And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long 1stood And looked down one as fa r as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth: Then took the other, as ju s t as fair, And having perhaps the b e tte r claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear: Though as fo r th a t, the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both th a t morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, 1kept the firs t fo r another day! Y e t knowing how way leads onto way, I doubted if I should ever come back, 1shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And th a t has made all the difference. - Robert Frost


Chancellor Stephen H. Spahn

In order xo face your parent5, teachers, companions and, ultimately, yourself, the following should be adhered to: To stand upright and see clearly, you must be o f firm will, created through single-minded, unregressing, rigorous practice fo r a long time. To uphold correct principles requires one to cultivate knowledge and develop inner m astery and virtue. One m ust assiduously avoid acting in common and vulgar ways. To perform your will, place yourself in different situations, accept hardships, and encounter perils and obstacles, The avoidance o f d iff iculties and hardship can ruin a person. To avoid being encumbered with a thousand pound albatross about your neck: be careful about each and every minor action. Ultimately, the weight o f sloth, bad habits, and selfindulgence drags a person down. Whatever you do, be careful about the ending and the beginning, fo r anyone may begin something, but few can bring it to conclusion. It may be tw e n ty years before you reap the full rewards o f these recommendations.


DEANS

Ryna 5ab Dean o f College Guidance and Humanities

Libby Callaway Pean o f External Relations

Or. Elaine Chambart Dean o f Language and Special Studies

Anthony Foster A s s is ta n t Headmaster Academic Dean


Sandra Harbison Pean o f the Ninth Grade

John McElaney Pean o f Bentley House Pean o f A thletics

Todd Hoffman Pean o f the Tenth Grade

A rthur Samuels Pean o f Anglo House Head o f Upper School

Wendy van G astel Pean o f Timothy House


FACULTY s STAFF

M ary Abdullah English Chair, ESL

Laura Alexander M attiem atlcs

Paniel A lford English, Lower Quest

Melissa A lfred Science

Jessica Anselmcnt Computer Science, H isto ry

Ryna &al? College Guidance Pean o f Humanities

Nancy Bell Comptroller

Lauren periceley English

peth plazer Lower Q uest

WHY DD YOU BECOME A TEACHER? “ IVe always known th a t 1wanted to be a te-achfii'. I i&ed to teach my friends m the 6 th and 7th grade (1cvtn had my own pl&ck'Qosrd). And now I do it fo f the personal s a tie fa c tm I )aiowitie kids are bcnefittin^' from the- work lido every day." S a n d ra Parzy

Mari; 5loom English, College Guidance, PE

Frank Bommer P ire ctor o f Operations


\AMV DV YOU BECOAAE A TEACHER? “P'scaLise you’re very lucky to spend each day with happy children.” - Wendy van Gastel

,ik>by Callaway

Or. Elaine C h am ba rt

Dean o f External Relations

Dean o f Language and Special

Phil O iase Computer Science, H isto ry

Delia Christ^au Nurse

Terry Christa^u Theater

Sandra Parzy Science

Stephanie Decker Admissions A s s is ta n t

Raffaelia Depero Computer Science Chair

Edward Engle Headmaster Em eritus. H isto ry

Eugenie Engle Upper Q uest Chair

Gloria Feisrstein M atherm atics, CAS D irector

Monica Puchnowski Upper Quest

Emily Feuer Visual and Performing A rts CoChair

Ev'an Flamenbaum Science Chair


Luz Giraldo Spanish

&arry Gragg Physics

Ava Haddad Prama, PE, Health

Ellen Grayson Lower Quest Coordinator, Passport Program

Carinda Greene Pe/elopment A s s is ta n t

Sandra Harbison Pean o f the 9 th Grade

Annette Marchik Lower Quest

Bruce Hecker English

Sabrina Hecker Grade 2

WHY PC YOU BECOME A TEACHER? ‘■^ ia u s e l wd^ihspired by my own ftgh school Spanish te a c te .. ffe ltlite he was the only person I cog^'tajk to a itt ia t age, and 1wanted to do what -Phil Chase

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“ The effect; of my Junior and Senior year E'ngiiel'i teachers made me want to teach -Charief; Sliuttlew orth

Lisa Heller Upper QuestÂť PE, P ire ctor o f Special Programs

Todd Hoffman Pean o f 10 th Grade, H isto ry

Melissa K arter Kindergarten, K* 1 Coordinstor

Paren Khairule Registrar, Business, Math

Christine Lippman Receptionist

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Alex Kiprov'ski P ire ctor o f A thletics

KaliLipsanos M athem atics, Science

Laurilie Kisselev Physical Education

Susan Lissim Lower School Librarian

Radomir Kovacev'ich Physical Education Chair

Eliza Lit\^ak Accounts Receiv-able, E>usiness O ffice

y,.^Tsm im Catherine LaFata M athematics


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John McElaney Pean o f Bentley House, Pean o f A thletics, English

A ustin Mallis Inform ation Technology, Upper Quest

KinaMondlin French

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R obert Meskowskas Ivlaintenance

Alexandra Mustonen Plrector o f Admissions

Nancy Nair English, Upper Q uest

Leslie M ittclm an A s s is ta n t Teacher

Elaine NatallcchI Grade 5, English, Latin, MYP Coordinator

Sharon Naveh Hebrew

Saskia Nilsen Grade 4

WHY DD YOU BECOAAE A TEACHER? “ fft’S'gemt-ic. Everyone in my family is a te a r her, 1fouight it o fK fe r years! Eyentuaily, however, I decided to become a math teacher . . . I needffdto o ff-s e t the repuCation th a t math

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Azra Osmanovic A s s is ta n t to Chancellor and Head

Smiljana Petrovic Computer Science, M athem atics


WHY DID YOU BECOME A TEACHER? “ To be. able to inspire youn^ people to realize th e ir dreams,”

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Laura Pey&cr M athem atics

Ana Ramos Accounts Payable

A rth u r Samuels Dean o f Anglo House. Head o f

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Celia Rea D ire ctor o f Development and Communications

Susan Romanosky French

Denise Saul Timothy House Reading

Ellen Sayers Visual A rts

Liz Seelhoff Kindergarten

Alan Shaf ir Spanish. Upper Quest

Kristen Sheppard Lower Quest

Ilona Shinkar French

Upper School. H isto ry

Sarah Shirley A rts Co-Chair


Charles S huttlew orth English

Robert Silv'erman Music

Pwight 5. Tiger M ascot

Kelly Smith Upper Quest

G erardo Somoza Photography

Willie Summerv'ille Maintenance

Oswaldo Tomala Maintenance

Joseph Uglialoro H isto ry

Luisa Valenziani Italian

Wendy van G astel Timothy House Pean

Sarah Weeks H isto ry. Upper Q uest

Henry Yeager Upper School Librarian

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WHY DD YOU 9EC0AAE A TEACHER? *i hsvem udM fre # ) iMroa^vM my life, and I like dijdrei i - it; thipd graders .few t4;®uni^.and

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Caroline Walsh A s s is ta n t O fficc Manager


1. Mr. Spahn addresses the student body at the firs t assem bly o f the year. 2. Teachers and students alike got to know each oth e r better on the 9th Qrade O rientation Trip. ,Ms. H eller, left, Mrs. Romanosky, rig h t on the C ircle Line cruise. 3. Mr. Flam enbaum , Ms. Lipsanos, Ms. Weeks, and Ms. Shirley relish th e ir boxed lunches on the Anglo House o rie n ta tio n

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4. Ms. Lipsanose reviews one o f her many floorplans. 6. Mrs. Engle and Mr. Flam enbaum discuss the fin e r points o f chem istry and education.


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1. Mr. Bloom and Matt Brecher: coach and m anager o f the volleyball team. 2. John Schrlffen, Mrs. Q iraldo and Lara Schriffen at the annual Com lda Espanol. 3. Ms. Weeks, 11th Grade H istory teacher, w ith Ju n io r Kamara James. 4. Spencer Kassim ir and Ms. Alfred on the Anglo House o rientation trip.

5. Med Eiseman, enthusiastic science student. C hem istry teacher, Mr. Flam enbaum . 6. Mr. C hristgau and Alex Hurt. 7. Ms. Peyser in the bow on the 6th grade o rientation trip .

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ATMLETICe


Front Row, from le ft: A lvin Hudgins, Aditya Oupta. M itldle Row: E m ir Iljazovic, John Schrtffen, Dan Matic. Back Row: Coach K ijj^ v s k i, T h ^ a s Bemda, DragatiiS K ravicj A rth u r S ctiipper, Jean-Paul Viera.

1. Pre-game stretch. 2. Em ir practices dunidng over his opponents. 3. Jean-Paul and John.

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GIRLS

BASKETBALL OWIGH

Front Row, from left: Cherise George, Sakura Myers. Second Row: M ilica M ilovanovic, M olly O'Keefe, Chotsani Anderson, Danielle Cooper, Mr. McElaney.

1. Sakura and Jordan warm up. 2. C hotsani sinks a free throw . 3. M olly takes a break.

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rro n t Row, fr# m left: Kyle Powers, Alex Degann, Daniel B arrett. M iddle Row, from left: Coach Kisselev, Kelly Bates, D illo n Edwards, Qabby Somoza, Yori Ben-H aim , A rielle Magro|>K)eUy GBJWtey^ W alter Jphnson, 3am anthi JInadasa, M olly O'Keefe, Jewelle Rodriguez, Jessica Muscio, Jaleene Rodriguez. BaclfRow , from left; Kamara Jam es, Justina H ilseflrad, Elad Sharabi, Coach Shafir, Chris Gibbons, ^ A lviri Hudgin#^ J O h n ^ h riffe % M tssiiig V ictoria Bernstein, Ana Qak, Dan Matic, Meghna Bhattacharjee, Am anda DiLauro.

1. V is fo r Victory: Kamara and Molly. 2. Victoria Bernstein. 3. Molly, Kamara, Kelly, Qabby, Sam anthi, Maggie, Kelly, A rielle, Meghna, Amanda DiLauro, Ana Qak. 4. A rielle and Kelly running the tra il at Van C ortlandt Park.


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f r o n t R ow , fro m left: Falom a H ahn, Talei B utel, Jaleene Hodriguez. Second H ow : Chloe Ouss, Shalinl Saha, Ana Gak, Chris Gibbons, Jonathan, K atz, Torrie Edwards, Meghna Battacharjee, Gabby Somoza, Sibile /^orency, K e lly C row ley, Christina Ruiz, Chayanee U bol, Micha Ubol. T h ird R ow : /v a Srdanovich, S am anthiJinadasa, M aggie D ow lin g , R lm on Ben-Asher, Tim Barr, Yori B en-N aim , K y le F o w ers, A lvin ffudgtns. Back R ow : Alon Barak, Cherise George, Jessica M uscio, O m ri Shiv, Om ar DiLeo, Stefano jEspada.

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Front Row, from le ft: Tierney M odel, Baum an, Co-Captein Sylvia , M iriam Levenstelft, Segaal , Back Row, fro m fe l: Coach , Eriha Yoshlda, C o-C aplain Jordan , M olly O'Keefe, Ashley Krauss, Manager Matt Brecher. M issing: M ilica M ilovanovic,

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1. Co-Captain Jordan P lo ii^ e splkes'the ball. 2> On tlic M : Sylvia, Tierney. Ertka, and M ilica. Brlisa; fie riie y , Sylvia, and Jordan stare down the com petitton. 4 . Air Milica.

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Front Row, from left: A dityaraj Qupta, B rett Kuras, Alex Elghanayan, Anatol Rotman, Wesley Jones, Azal Al~Ashtal. Back Row, from left: Coach Arenas, Zaheen f^ a n , Ashiq Versi, C harlie Lorm anom etee, A rth u r Schipper, Charles Kalter, Coach K iprovski.’

1. B rett w inds up fo r a QOOOOAAAAAALLLLLL!!!!!!!! 2. Alex, Jean-Paul, A rthur, and W ill discuss w ho's g oing to score the ne’^l QOOOOAAAAAALLLLLIH!!!

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It was a great season fo r the D wight baseball team . They were the PSAA regular season and play-off cham pions. They were runners-up in the PSAA cham pionship tournam ent. To quote Mr. Hoffm an, "We were the Mets o f the PSAA." Below, from left: Coach U glialoro, Justin Sharp, A lbert Feierstein, S alif D iallo, Lany Traiger, Josh Posnick, Jean-Paul Viera, Justin Cairo, Morgan Bradley-Jones, John Schriffen, J e ff Ponzo, David Kevelson, Coach Hoffm an. Kneeling: Jawn Morales.


TEMMIS

From left: Aleksey Garber, Sam anthi Jinadasa, Erika Yoshida, Yoo S ik Kim , Segaal Schorr, Abhlshek Bhattacharjee, and A m it K ripanidhi.

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FENCING

S itting: Rachel H eller, Talsa Malinovska>B, Kamara Jam es, Iva Srdanovich. Kneeling: Ben B ratton,Julien Rose, C hungxing Mah, M att Zich, Jon C arter, Jacob i1a<|jigeorges. Standing: Elias Gteorgiades, M erlin Wadsak, Charles Matt Qrogan, Evan Moscou-Lewis, Katie Cavan, Jessica RyanTassart, M axDickstein, Miles C h a m le y -W a ts o n ,I^ o l^ M d lf^ n , Ms. (Irayson, David C hristgau, Ms. Weeks.

1. Kam ara Jam es in com petition. 2. C hungxing overcom es t anopponeiAu. 3. C arter fo ils the opposition. 4. Miss Weeks w/arming up w ith the team a t practice.


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ACTIVITIES


1. Adriaan Scholvinck at Chess Club. 2. Sophomore and Student Council M em ber Caroline Generas. 3. Ana-Rom ero Castro w orks on her triceps in Coed Boxing. 4. Ju n io rs Spencer Kassim ir, T.J. Craig, and Ben Schor taking a break fro m their C om m unity Service a ctivity in the garden. 5. Thara and Samanthi Jinadasa before the W inter M usic Recital. 6. Sixth graders Stephanie Anisfeld, Mia Johnson, Max H odak, and D rew Gragg at the Thanksgiving F o o d Drive. 7. Mew w ays o f dealing w ith teenage acne: the cast o f Camino Real rehearses. 8. Senior Vanessa Fhillips at the B ronx Z o o w ith Miss Bell's Environm ental Systems class.


/, Miss Orayson creams Nyan Tassart at a bakesale to raise m oney fo r their advisory group. I 2. /t's raining m en: I Spencer Kassim ir, ^ Segaal Schorr, and I D im itra i Theodoropulos . j 3. Tiffany Varaghi \ w orks o u t w ith Mr. XF urovic at Coed Boxing. I 4, Ted Belcher and Ms. Lipsanos w o rk in g on models.

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'h© DwJght Theater D e p a r t m e n t *€ w in te r p rod u ctio n o f Tennessee W illiam s ' Camino B eal was the inaugural perform ance in the new theater in the Central B aptist Church. M r. Christgau, Ms.. ffa d d a d , and the cast and crew exhibited a sound c o m m itm e n t to tJie p la y ; in the weeks preceding the prem ier, they rehearsed after school and through the weekends.

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1. A/s. Feuer, Ayesha Rehman, /Vatasha Thom psonOstrousky, M aja Kasner, Francesca D'Aquino di Caramanico and Meghna Battacharjee rehearse fo r Montage. Select Chow's perform ance at Carnegie ffa ll. 2. Jazz Ensemble m em bers Dan Shapiro and Sung Woo Fark. 3. Select Choir rehearsal. 4. Alexander B ilo w itz and J u liu s M offa tt perfo rm at an assembly. 5. T im o th y ffo u se students in their m usical perform ance, "Free to Be Vou an d M e ." 6. Sophia Choi p la ys Bach's Concerto in A at the W inter M usic Recital. 7. M r. Silverman, J o n Carter, and Wade Oerman p la y Jazz at an assembly.


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SIBLINGS


ANEE & NICHA UBOL

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ANDREW & PHIL HIRSH

YOO SIK & YOO M E

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POLINA & ARSENY KNYAZEV

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First Row; Andy Tulin, Antonio Campos, Mike Weissman, N icha Ubol. Back Row; Ryan Hilary, Arthur Schipper, Adam Schaffer, Phil Hirsh, Mr. 1, Laura Baumanii, Miriam Levenstein, Mr. Chase.

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Front Row: Danielle Amit, Noah Shulman. Back Row; M iss Shirley, Dan Einhom, A J. Lloyd, John Popian.

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Front Row: Ana Romero-Castro, Allegra Levy, Adam Ziibery, M aggie Dowling. Back Row: Mr. Purovic, W esley Jones, Henry Mariscal, Kyle Powers, Yori Ben-Haim, Elad Sharabi, Jaleene Rodriguez, Tiffany Yaraghi, Abe Ramat.

PHYSICAL WORKOUTS Front Row: Brett Bernstein, Iva Srdanovich, Abe Ramat, Mr. K ovacevich, Sibile Morency, M ie n Rose.


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Left to Right: M iss W eeks/K ris Bartkus, J .C. Hewitt, Mary Oung, Sam Sitzer, Iva Srdanovich, Noah Shulman, Andy Tulin, Marshall Cohen, Abhishek Bhattachaijee, M ih ÂŤ Popa, Mr. Hoffman.

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Left to Right: Tiffany Yaraghi, Laura Schaefer, Mr. Uglialoro, Giulia LongoDente, James Cumin, Ben Benhuri, Shalini Saha, Antonio Campos, Cory Cunningham, Andy Tulin, N icole Czemicki, Adam Schaffer.


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ÂŤ; Left to Right; Elad Sharabi, Nan Chang Chiu, Chan Kira, Juanjuan Wang, Yung Ho Lee, Mun-eoung Choi. Advisor: Dr. Abdullah

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD CLUB Left to Right; A lex Degana, Michel Faulkner, Ms. Lipsanos, Craig Danton, Sung Woo Park.


SELECT CHOIR

Courtney K u ^ p ck , Tucker Pordes, Julia Christgau, Natasha ThompsonOstrovsky, Lant, Ashley Davis, Franccsca d ’Aquino di Caramanico, ® lv ia ,R a m iw , Tamika Mia Johnson, 'Andrew Lee. AdviSOn 'Sirs,

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Wade German, Dan Shapiro, r«rfir, Sung Woo Park, Tucker Pordes, B am iO m t Mr. Silverman.

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SQUASH CLUB

Left to Right; Ben Benhuri, Samantha Levy, Andrew Lee, Harry Glennon, Jax Churgin. Coach: Ms. Heller.

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L to R : T ie rn e y M o d e l, S a d ie F la te m a n , F o lin a T c h e r n ia v s k i, D a v id K o ls t e r .

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L to R : C o - e d ito r s M a r n i Is a a c s a n d A y e s h a R eh m a n .


HEAD BOYfi e GIRLfi

L to R: G uillaum e Bich, Abhishek Bhattacharjee, Katya Lavrova, O livia Starr, Marshall Cohen, S ibile Morency.

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STUDEMTfi FOR A FREE TIBET

Uto R: A nthony F ra to lillo , Justina /filsenraad, Isabelle F hillippe, N a ttn a S u k h a h a ta , D e c h e n O o n n o t, A le x Q a rb e r, T o o S ik K im . : C

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FASSFORT F A R T /C /F A n T S : F ro n t R o w , I to R : M s. S h e p p a rd , B ra n d o n R am o s, J o s e Saad, M iis h a e l M ila z z o , A n ita K r ls h n a n , M e lis s a R a m o s , M a x F e ld m a n , J a s o n S h a p ir o , A r jin i JYawal. FRATIKLin &AfiQ LO HOUSE F A R T IC J F A N T S : M r. G ragg, M a tt B e n h a m o u , A d ria a n S c h o lv in c k , R o g e r C h a n g , C h a rle s K a lte r .


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T a la S a id , A le x is C h e n g , M rs . R o m a n o s k y ,

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L to R : M a x f f o d a k , R oss H ila r y , M a tt S a fk o , S te p h a n ie A n is fe ld , T a m ik a e r o m e ,M la J o h n s o n , D a v id C h ris tg a u , A le x is C h e n g , K r i s t i n C h e n , Q a b h y F r o t e ll, T a la S a id , V a le n tin o Y u n g , F e r r y R e g e v .


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M o m -- I w o u l d n ’ t b e h e r e w i t h ­ o ut y o u . You h a ve o p e n e d up t he w o r l d f o r me and it w o u l d n ’ t h a ve b e e n t h e same w i t h o u t y o u . Thank y ou f or all my e x p e r i e n c e s . I l ov e y o u . Dad -- What can I say? We u n d e r s t a n d eac h o t h e r and l ov e each o t h e r . You h a v e ma d e many thi ngs p o s s i b l e f or me and I t ha n k y o u . O l i v i a -■ Well w h e r e shoul d I begi n? We k n ow t o o much a b o u t each o t h e r and h a ve had t o o many g r e a t m o me n ts and e x p e r i e n c e s t o g e t h e r to s i m pl y e x p l a i n and r e m e m b e r it all in a f e w lines. You h a ve b e e n my b e s t f r i e n d since c o mi ng b a ck to t he U.S. and I am so t h a n kf ul t h a t I h a v e such a n ice and a m a z i n g f r i e n d . You ha ve b e e n t h e r e f o r us w h e n e v e r and I wi ll miss y ou so much n e x t f al l. We b e t t e r n e v e r lose c o n t a c t . What am I to do a f t e r school on F r i da ys w i t h o u t you? I had a b l a s t l ast su mme r & this s u mme r wi l l b e e v e n b e t t e r (CLUB MED).

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Thank you: My parents, Bubby, Grandpa, and Grandma, All of my teachers The Greenbergs, my beta family

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Congratulations Seniors Class 2001


ENCORE So much happens in a year. W e of the yearbook staff sought to record emblematic events and gatherings, and to represent who we are, beyond our appearance in group pictures and in school portraits. No small task! We needed a few more pages to get the job done. Hence, an encore. Enjoy.

W hat country did you previously live in? For how long? Man-Chang Chiu: I grew up in Taiwan, and moved to America dx months ago. Polina Tchemiaveki: Russia, fo r IQ years. Frand< Ouassa: 1lived in France until I was three, and then I lived Berlin until 1was elevea Mary Oung: Tawan. Australia, and Er^land. I lived in England the longest, and rry best rr^mories are there.


INTERNATIONALieM Have you fe lt culture shock? /\Aary: 1have not really had culture shock, for I have gotten used to mar^ cultures. Pdiria; When I first came to America, I thought that people were really nice. Franck; 1thought that America was very dirty a t firs t It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t what 1expected.

What do you mfes most about your country? Man-Chang: 1miss Taiwanese food. Polina: I miss Russian ice cream â&#x20AC;&#x201D; it has its own specific flavor y ia t is unreplicable. Franck: We never had homework.

What IS the biggest difference among the cultures? Polina: In Bjssia. people interact more. Mere, people tend to mind their own business. AAary; Occidental and Oriental thoughts and ways can be quite different, but for the most part, mar^ places have become westernized. Man-Chang: h America, the girls are more beautiful.


In the third week of January. The Dwight School held Its first annual Spirit Week. The Student a p Council, in tandem w ith the mP administration, sponsored events such as a faculty tug* of-war. Blue s W hite competitions, a basketball shoot-out between Mr. fipahn j and the Timothy Mouse. Alumni and Student basketball game, and Cabaret Night a t the Explorers' Qub. The highlight of the week for many underclassmen was Discover Day. when they took an afternoon field trip with their advisory groups. I. Mr. U. s advisory group went ice ekatfng at Rockefeller Center. 2 .3 . & 4 : /V\r. Spahn and Mrs. Bab brought their group to MTV Studios for the afternoon. 5. Freshman Mohamed Abdel-Razig negotiates the ice. 6. Mr. Spahn at the Timothy House Basketball Shoot-out. 7. Jessica Muscio and Nika Pismennia at theBronx Zoo with Miss Smithâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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1. Alexandra Zolot s Zaheen Kahn at Bow/lmore Lanes. 2. AAs. Weller at the Alumni Basketball Game. 3. Seventh Grader Adam Zubery. 4 . Gabby Protell. 5. Arielle Magro a t Mars 2012.

6 . Jona Falencki and Marc Clemente have lunch with their advisory group on Discovery


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fla rry Fotter Fizza Soda Chocolate Chocolate McDonald's "Lucky" Britney Spears Fokemon 2 and Scary Movie Leonardo di Caprio & Lindsay Lohan Favorite Sport: Soccer F a v o rite T h in g to C o lle c t: Fokemon Cards F a v o rite C a rto o n : Fokemon, Scoohy Doo, Batman F avo rite C artoon C haracter ' Bubbles and F icach u

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BENTLEY HOUSE Favorite Food: Favorite Singer: Favorite Song: Favorite Sport: Favorite Subject: Favorite Movie: Favorite Movie Star:

Fizza lim p bizkit "All the Small Things' Soccer Science 'Scary M ovie" Bruce Willis Julia Roberts F a v o rite T h in g to C o lle c t: CDs Favorite Teacher: Mr. Chase Favorite Game to F lay: M onopoly Favorite Video Game: Ferfect Dark Favorite Thing T o Do Nang Out w ith Friends in Your Free Time,: "Friends"and "The Favorite T V Show: Sim psons" Eminem Favorite Rap Artist: Created and Distributed by: Max ffodak '07 Compiled by: Max Jfodak '07 Jax Chmgin '07 and Sam ffodsdc '09

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CARNEGIE HALL. JANUARY 3 0 , 2001: M ontage, th e eeond annual ce le b ra tio n of th e cu ltu ra l life a t th e Dw ight School, was a trem endous success. O rganized by th e Visual and Perform ing A rts D epartm ent, th e e ve n t fe a tu re d com edic, choral, and instrum ental perform ances P review copies o f The Muse, th e D w ight School a rts and lite ra ry m agazine w ere also d istrib u te d .

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DWlGMTLINEeDWIGMTLINES Mr. Somoza: We couldn’t hav done this without you! Thanlcs a million for every wonderful shot! - Ms. ReOj Miss Smith & the Yearbook Staff To the 2000-2001 Dwight Squash Club: Congrats, you did it! I had a great time coaching and watching each of you excel and succeed both on and off the court. Your are all great people and should all be proud of your academic and squash accomplishments! Have a wonderful summer! - Ms. Heller Tune in next year when Mr. Chase's Advisory says: ‘'Tell us another story, Mr. Chase!” To the Class of 2001, with love: Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a cliche. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. - Miss Smith To Loren & Meghna: You girls have a real talent - keep working hard! Mr. Chase Ellen G.: Thanks for all of the really great photos! Celia & Kelly Congratulations to the Class of 2001. You all have a promising future ahead. - Mr. Flamenbaum 170


PWlGHTLMESDWlGWTLMEfi Thanks to “The Originals” for two wonderful years. The Class of 2001 rocks! —The Italian Stallion Tucker: The world is yours to conquer or charm or relish or astound. Go to it! - Miss Smith Rachel Heller: Your family is the one solid thing that will never let you down. I love you. Get psyched for Senior year. Much love, your cousin, Ms. Heller Josh Schoen: You made the Timothy House section of the Yearbook extra special -- just like you! You are a super representative and I hope you'll join us again next year. - Ms. Rea. Congratulations to the Class of 2001. We will miss you! " Ms. Depero Billy: Stop writing on that wall! -- Mr. Chase Jax & Lizzy: Bring It On! You two girls kept me going! Vm so proud of you both. Have a fun summer. -- Ms. Heller

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DWIGMTLMESDWIGNTLINES Congratulations Seniors! Thanic you for your excelient service to your sctiooi and your community. We wiii remember you for your spirit, your strong wiii, and your positive attitudes. - Mrs. Feierstein To the Fabuious Hodaic Boys: it's a pleasure to have you on the Yearbooic staff. Thanics for your terrific ideas and the great acrobatics! - Ms. Rea Congratuiations to the Ciass of 200 7. Watch out worid, here they come! - Ms. Heiier To my guys in the morning: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Web-siteH!â&#x20AC;? -- Mr. Chase Congratuiations to the Ciass of 2013 for successfuiiy completing Kindergarten. Just 12 more years to go! Best of iucic, Ms. George. Radomir: Two words for you my friend: Thanic you. -- Ms. Heller To Jax Churgin, our salesperson extraordinaire: You are destined for greatness! Thank you for all your help and stop by anytime for a bottle of water! -- Ms. Rea


PWlGHTLlNEeDWIGMTLINEfi Great job Dwight Seniors! We loolc forward to following in your footsteps. - Timothy House liana: Thank you for alwaysj always making me laugh, with your recitations of Saved by the Bell episodes and your endless store of hilarious stories . . . or was it the Saved by the Bell recitations that were endless? Either way, you’ve done a great job. Best of luck. -- Miss Smith A special thank you to Mr. Samuels, Ms. Petrovic, Mr. U., Miss Bell, Mr. Shuttleworth and Mr. Anstey. You helped me a lot (and I’ll do my best to not “burn in h e ll” right Mr. Samuels?). -- David Cohen “You didn’t save your document? Then you learned a valuable lesson!” -- Mr. Chase Matt Z., Samantha L., and Timy V.: “Everyone has talent. What Is rare is the courage to follow the talent to the dark place where it leads.” (Albert Einstein) I am very proud of your hard work this year. It was a lot of fun teaching you all. Have a great summer and get psyched for sophomore year - looking forward to working with you all. Harvard, watch out!! - Peace, Ms. Heller


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DFAA proudly welcomes its newest members: The Dwight School Class of 2001! We hope to see you often and look forward to your enthusiastic participation in our fellowship of distinguished alumni.

Celia Rea, Dwight ’75 Director of Development and Communications

Carinda Gireene, Anglo American ’92 Development Associate


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You are a shinning exam ple o f what a son can be Love and laughter. H andsom e and good, H on est and prin cipled. D eterm ined and intelligent. We are so prou d o f you and everything You have accom plished. This is you r m om ent. F ollow you r dream. The future is yours. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;


Alex, We are so proud of you! Remember to follow your dreams. Take risks! Be daring. Don^t be afraid to make mistakes. Thafs how we leam about life. We love you and we believe in you. M om , M ag^e,

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SENIORS: You’ve come a long way, and we’re so proud. Remember to always write down your assignments, keep up with your reading, and make sure those binders are nice and tidy! — The Quest Department

Congratulations to liana, Cristina, David, Bree, Ariella and Olivia and to the Class of 2001. Thank you for making this such a wonderful yearbook! — Ms. Rea & Miss Smith


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May 2001 Dear Class o f 2001, You have all learned to be o f service to your community. In the future, only through your participation in the in stitu tion s o f public life can our dem ocracy remain vital and healthy. One day, I hope som e o f you w ill follow in the tradition o f public service exem plified by Mayor Fiorillo La Guardia, R obert M oses and Governor H erbert Lehman, graduates o f your schooL

W ith fond m em ories, Stephen Spahn


May the good Lord be w/ith you down every road you roam. May sunshine ard happiriess surround you vvhen you’re far from home. May you grow to be proud, dignified and true. And do un to others as you would have done to you. Be courageous ard be brave, and in our hearts you will stay forever young. May good fo rtu r^ be w ith you. may your guiding light be strong. Build a stairw ay to heaven w ith a prince or a vagabond. And may you never love in vain, ard in our hearts you will remain forever young. —Rod S tew art Best Wishes to the Class of 2001. Mancy Bell. D w ight School Comptroller

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE QENIIOR CLASS FROM JAX CHURSM’S AUMT AND UNCLE. SUE AND ALAN gL9EReTEM

BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 2001 AND TO OUR WONDERFUL NEICE. JAXCHURGNfO?). LOVE. UNCLE AAARTM. AUNT JLL. LLLE. HENRY. IKE AND NICK BEAGLE


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Congratulations Greg! We are so proud of who you are, what you stand for, and all of your accomplishments - not only during your five years at Dwight but in LIFE as well! Love, Mom, Dad and Victoria

\ TO THE CLASS OF 2001 BEST OF LUCK LOTS OF SUCCESS THE FREerON FAMLY


Congratulations to our son Kobi and the Class of 2001. Mom. Dad, Perry. Tomer and Buffy

Dear Davide, You are our pride and we wish for you a fantastic future. Congratulations to you and tlie class of 2001! With love. Mom, Grand mom, and Ale.


One word for that look; Mischief. Always the youngest in years, but the most mature o f his time, the “ Binyamin” is on his way into the world. May you succeed in all your undertakings and remember that it is your family that really knows and loves you.

With great pride we congratulate you on your completion o f high school and wish you luck in college. Remember, no matter what obstacles may come along, we are with you and will do everything we can to help you succeed. Love, Coop, Moosh, the ‘rents, the Bobster, and Sir Cokes-A-lot

Lonnie: We V A /feh you and your classmates success and happiness. Rhoda and Gerald Blumberg


You have grown from an adorable little girl into a mature young lady. We admire your ambition and dedication to life. Thank you for being the most caring, sweet and understanding daughter and sister a family can have. Our lives have been filled with joy and happiness. We wish you continued success in all your endeavors as you head towards a great future! Love, Mom, Jerry and Lauren


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ABBY KAISER SILVERMAN (K) DAVID PfTCHFORD (K) KATHERINE MCGOWAN (K) AUDREY MILLER (I) AMY AND GARY CHURGIN (2) BONNIE FRAKER (3) BARBARA DICK MARTIN (4) MARIA ESPINOSA (5) ATANASKATASSART (5) REBECCA MORROW (6) VICTORIA DALEY (6) JAMIE H IRSH (7)

JUUET AND WALTER GLENNON (8) VALERIE B aC H E R (8)

CUC V E C y BEST WISfiES AND HEACTT CONGCATLIATICNS T € yC U ALL!

LYDIA DENTON (8) ROBERT AND FAIKA JACKSON (9) SARAH LANG (9) LORI Z A B A R (9)

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EUNICE LEWIS BROOME (9) JANE KUTNICK (10) GAIL SCHAFFER (II) ROBIN KASSIMIR (I I) JACQUEUNE BERKOWITZ (12)

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D e a r O livia. \A/e are so very proud of you today. W/e have watched you. eometimee breathlessly, from the time of a very difficult beginning, grow/ into the young woman that stands before us now. Vour entire family, and your teachers, had our hearts skip a beat as you forged onward to whatever challenge next confronted you over the last eighteen years. We thought we understood what difficulties life held, but we didn't know ju st how strong and resourceful our Olivia is. AAay you never lose the fire inside that has taken you so impressively far. Our joyous congratulations to you and the Class of 2001 on this graduation day! Love. AAom. Dad. and AAyles


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Congratulations to all the Dwight School Graduates

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Congratulations Vanessa We are prcxjd and know you have worked hard. A special thanks to /V\r. Samuels and Dr. Chambart. With much love. Mom. Dad. Jonah. Ben, Adam, and all your many fans.

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