GEORGE GOLLIN *81, Wired
New York Times HAROLD FERNANDEZ ’89 Times
piece describes how Fernandez made a formal apology for violating the University’s honor code. He earned financial aid as a foreign student, went on to Harvard Medical School, and now is a cardiac surgeon in Roslyn, N.Y.
LOCOMOTIVES New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie selected Pfizer executive and former state senator RICHARD BAGGER ’82 as his chief of staff. ... Babble.com named LISA BELKIN ’82’s New York Times blog, Motherlode, the best-written parenting blog on the Web. ... ANDREW BAXTER ’78 was sworn in as the U.S. magistrate judge for the Northern District of New York Jan. 3. ... ANDREW HENDRICKS ’70 was knighted Sept. 7 on behalf of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands. Hendricks spearheaded construction of a replica of the Half Moon, on which Henry Hudson sailed to the New World in 1609, and founded the New Netherland Museum. ... W. BRADFORD WILCOX *01, director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, spoke to National Review Online Jan. 5 about marriage and financial matters. His verdict: Divorce is down, and “today’s tough times may have inspired a new dedication to financial good sense and family togetherness.”