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— I came home exhilarated. I had had a marvelous summer although I realize I'm not doing that much for the War effort. It was a marvelous part of the college experience. I could never have done that if it hadn't been through the college. It heightened my enjoyment of college. And I met very special people. It was a socially significant lark which as a city kid I never would have had that experience.
— There were such fast friendships that were made, not just with my group, other groups, that are still there today. A lot of permanent relationships were established. Yeah, lifetime friendships.
— I went back to Brooklyn College and then I taught for a couple of years in a Beth Jacobs school in the Bronx. I was teaching first grade. It was a parochial school and the kids had Hebrew all morning, and they were so exhausted by the time I got them I don't think they learned very much English. Then I decided if I was going to be a teacher I'd have to get a Master's degree, so I went to Columbia while I was teaching at Beth Jacobs.
— I think I studied psychology and I was going to be a social worker. I graduated. I got my BA and then I took one course at NYU, which was very satisfying. But then I got married and had a child and decided I wanted to work the hours my child was in school so I became a schoolteacher.
— We did have a reunion meeting sometime later that year or the next year, in which Milton Rosenberg got up and he said he wanted to talk about a possible reunion in Madison Hall in Morrisville. It never happened.