|Nexus - Fall 2000 Issue|
|Third Annual Kaufman Award Goes to Sam Levine, ’02|
The Kaufman Award is presented annually to the student who has attained the highest grade point average during his or her freshman year.
“For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a dentist,” says Sam. “After marching in a Memorial Day parade in junior high school, I spotted a house in the neighboring town reading ‘S. W. Levine, D.D.S.’ When my attempts to liberate the sign by illicit means failed, I realized that I would have to graduate from dental school before I could claim the title as my own.”