Alumni Class Notes
Class Notes are printed twice a year in Metropolitan, the College’s magazine.
(Due to limited space, Class Notes may be edited to include as many as possible.)
Notes can also be mailed to:
Boston University Metropolitan College Alumni Office
755 Commonwealth Avenue, B4
Boston, MA 02215
Class Notes—Updates from Alumni
Brian Yates (MET’74) of Newton, Mass., is an alderman-at-large from ward five in Newton. Visit www.aldermanbrianyates.org.
Jeffrey Arsenault (MET’85) of Old Greenwich, Conn., is the founder and principal of Old Greenwich Capital Partners, a New York-based investment management company. Jeffrey is a member of the Boston University Athletic Council, the Metropolitan College Dean’s Advisory Board, and the boards of Sound Point Capital and the Stepping Stones Museum for Children. He is involved in various social and charitable events, such as “ARTrageous,”a fundraiser benefiting foster children. Jeffrey is the father of five. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nicholas Pinheiro (MET’09,’12) of Braintree, Mass., a software architect for Microsoft Corporation, released the first Facebook app targeted to the worldwide Cape Verdean community. The app, nhaCabo, brings together people, places, and things related to Cape Verde. With a Facebook account, users can sign in and find content from a variety of sources, including YouTube, iTunes, Amazon, and Bing. Nicholas is the son of immigrants from the Cape Verde islands.
For more updates on your classmates, see all the class notes in the latest issue of Metropolitan.