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Butler College dorm named for Yoseloff ’96, wife

Published in the March23, 2011, issue


Yoseloff Hall
Frank Wojciechowski
Yoseloff Hall

One of the five Butler College dorms that opened in 2009 has been named for Anthony Yoseloff ’96 and his wife, Nanar, recognizing their gifts to the Aspire campaign and to Annual Giving.

Yoseloff Hall, which houses 62 students, is one of three Butler dorms that have “green” roofs to reduce stormwater runoff and improve energy efficiency.

“Private philanthropy has become more important than ever to make sure that universities have the funding to thrive, “ said Yoseloff, a New York-based investment professional who is a member of the Aspire campaign executive committee. A 2006 gift from Yoseloff and his wife supported the master’s suite in Whitman College.

Yoseloff, a Woodrow Wilson School major, praised University officials for allowing him to combine his senior year at Princeton with his first year at Columbia Law School. “If you have the right vision, Princeton will provide the support to get it done,” he said.

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