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- Lisa Rosenthal
- October 5, 1979
Born and raised in San Diego, Lisa started dancing at age 5. In school, she was extremely active in sports, playing soccer, volleyball, softball, tennis, and running track. Lisa attended the University of California at Santa Barbara for two years, studying law and dance, before transferring to UCLA to finish her degree.
NeYo and dancer Lisa Rosenthal performs at the Pearl Theatre at the Palms Hotel and Casino on January 1 2010 in Las Vegas Nevada Jenny Niederhoffer Roy Niederhoffer Lesley Rosenthal Ted Rosenthal Diane Martindale and James Martindale attend the 2011 annual Harmony Waltz Gala at...
Ne-Yo and dancer Lisa Rosenthal performs at the Pearl Theatre at the Palms Hotel and Casino on January 1, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. George Rosenthal , being waked up by his wife on Sunday morning. Tribeca Film Festival Co-Founder Jane Rosenthal is interviewed by Cheyenne Lizardi, Jenna Acosta, Janus Chan and Lisa Pimentell at the Scholastic And...
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W hen 19-year-old Lisa Rosenthal’s college statistics professor called her in after class one day, the worst-case scenarios began playing out in her mind. Surely her lackadaisical attendance had caught up with her and she was about to lose her scholarship, which would prompt her father to pull her out of American University.
"Psy Post" featured Pace University's Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Professor Lisa Rosenthal in "Relationship stigma associated with negative outcomes for individuals well being" 02/21/2019 New research has found that facing stigma from friends and family because of your romantic relationship is linked to negative mental health outcomes.
Helene Bertha Amalie "Leni" Riefenstahl (German: [ˈleː.niː ˈʁiː.fn̩.ʃtaːl] (); 22 August 1902 – 8 September 2003) was a German film director, photographer, and actress, known for her seminal role in producing Nazi propaganda.