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Giving Thanks

December 16, 2013

President Calvin Coolidge believed that "no person was ever honored for what he received. Honor has been the reward for what he gave."

The CUNY Law family had the opportunity recently to publicly honor a number of loyal donors by naming spaces within its home at 2 Court Square in recognition of philanthropy that is furthering the Law School’s mission. Those spaces include the Hamill Family Classroom, the Gregory and Diana Koster Circulation Desk, and the Dave Fields Auditorium.

The extended Hamill family joined in the celebration.

The extended Hamill family joined in the celebration.

 
Philip Berry, vice chair of the CUNY Board of Trustees, left, and CUNY Senior Vice Chancellor Jay Hershenson, right, joined Dean Michelle Anderson and CUNY Senior University Dean Dave Fields for the unveiling of the Dave Fields Auditorium.

Philip Berry, vice chair of the CUNY Board of Trustees, left, and CUNY Senior Vice Chancellor Jay Hershenson, right, joined Dean Michelle Anderson and CUNY Senior University Dean Dave Fields for the unveiling of the Dave Fields Auditorium.

 
Diana and Gregory Koster celebrated the dedication of the Koster Circulation Desk in the law library with Dean Michelle Anderson and longtime staff members Chris Argiropoulos, Janet Oshinaya, and Steve Katz.

Diana and Gregory Koster celebrated the dedication of the Koster Circulation Desk in the law library with Dean Michelle Anderson and longtime staff members Chris Argiropoulos, Janet Oshinaya, and Steve Katz.

 
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