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No matter when they graduated, Rutgers alumni are always staying busy with their careers, communities, families, and activities. Find out what’s happening with your classmates in the new digital Class Notes, which will be updated three times a year—winter, spring, and fall.

Your classmates want to know what’s happening in your life, so submit your latest news at and it will be posted here. In this new format, Class Notes will be more timely and easier to share on social media. Past Class Notes can be found in Rutgers Magazine.

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Michael Gonzales SSW’18 is a substance abuse counselor and social worker at CentraState Medical Center and founded So Many Roads Recovery, which provides individual and group counseling.

Monidipa Mondal GSC’18 is the first person from India to be nominated for the Hugo Award, which is given for science fiction and fantasy literature, for Luminescent Threads: Connections to Octavia E. Butler (Twelfth Planet Press, 2017), which she coedited.

Jasmine Torres CCAS’18 is a social work care coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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David Sherrell GSC’17 is interim executive director of FCD Prevention Works, a global nonprofit substance abuse prevention organization and part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.

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DaNesha Phillips CCAS’16 is a life skills counselor at the Center for Family Services in Camden, NJ.

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Robin Foster GSN’15 is the author of Carl Van Doren: A Man of Ideas (Armillary Press, 2018).

Dylan Hastings CLAW’15 is an associate in the litigation department of Fox Rothschild in Philadelphia.

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Victoria Catena SEBS’14 and Kevin Taddei SAS’14 are engaged to be married. The couple met at Rutgers.

Jonathan Litwinowicz CLAW’14 is an associate attorney at a personal injury firm in Philadelphia.

Kara Schlichting GSNB’14 is a faculty member at Queens College, CUNY, and the author of New York Recentered: Building the Metropolis from the Shore (University of Chicago Press, 2019).

Alexandria Wells GSBS’14 is an obstetrics-gynecology resident in New York City.

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