named for Carole and Joseph Levy
April 27 ceremony, Kellogg named its popular atrium gathering
space after the school's longtime friends, Carole and Joseph
Levy '47. With about 100 guests in attendance, Dean Donald
Jacobs praised the Levys for their contributions to Kellogg
over the years. He also acknowledged Joseph Levy's professional
reputation. "Joe Levy is the ultimate entrepreneur. A lot
of people have great faith in his good judgment," said Jacobs,
who went on to note Levy's role in helping build Kellogg's
entrepreneurial curriculum in recent years.
Dean and Director of Development Liz Livingston Howard '93
called Levy "one of Kellogg's most active alums," and pointed
out that Levy, along with Patrick G. Ryan '59, was "the driving
force" in the naming of the Donald P. Jacobs Center.
the ceremony, Kellogg's a cappella choir, The Bottom Line,
performed a song in honor of Levy and his wife. Based on the
theme from the television program "Cheers," the song highlighted
the reasons why students enjoy congregating in the atrium
and thanked the Levys for their generosity.