Stuy Alumni in Silicon Valley: Bram Cohen ’93

On Thursday, October 17, over 30 alumni attended our Stuy Alumni in Silicon Valley event at Bloomberg Beta. On behalf of the Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association, thank you to all the Stuyvesant alumni who came to see Maria Kiskis ’94 interview BitTorrent creator Bram Cohen ’93!

Our thanks to Roy Bahat ’93, Bloomberg Beta and SHSAA Director Lillian Seu, PhD ’01 for organizing this event in such an impressive space. Further thanks to Bram Cohen and Maria Kiskis for volunteering their time to make the event possible.


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