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Joshua Hicks '09
Dinner Dedication of Joshua Hicks '09 Memorial Collection in Spiritual Film

A dinner and ceremony dedicating the Collection of Spiritual Film in the Chapel Library on Feb. 21, 2013 honored the life and interests of the late Joshua Hicks '09.  More ...

John Kunkel '04 and Kevin Bourque '05 Develop the FaceGlove to Aid Skiers

Founders of the Outeru Gear Company John Kunkel '04 and Kevin Bourque '05 have developed an innovative product in face protection known as FaceGlove.  Instead of covering the whole face, the FaceGlove features a minimalist design that targets only the parts of the face most sensitive to frostbite and sunburn.  More ...

Zachary Pych '11
Zachary Pych '11 Promoted to Senior Associate Consultant at Mars & Co

Zachary Pych '11 has been promoted from associate to senior associate consultant at Mars & Co, a global management consulting firm specializing in business strategy and operational improvement for major corporations.  More ...

Lauren Dentone Milks '04
Lauren Dentone Milks '04 Joins United Way of Chester County Community Investment Team

Lauren Dentone Milks '04 has been selected to be a member of the United Way of Chester County Community Investment Team.  Milks is currently an associate in the litigation department at Lamb McErlane PC in West Chester, Pa.  As a member of the UWCC team, Milks will assist in engaging communities to work together in order to create lasting changes in community conditions.  Milks' concentration at Lamb McErlane PC is with state and federal criminal defense, civil rights defense, and civil litigation practice.  More ...

Lauren Vilardo '11
Lauren Vilardo '11 Joins Jesuit Volunteer Corps

Lauren Vilardo '11 has joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest (JVC) for a one year full time volunteer service.  Vilardo is one of 138 Jesuit Volunteers serving 24 communities in five states.  In her second year with JVC Northwest, Vilardo will be stationed at the Tundra Women's Coalition in Bethel, AK, where she will assist teenage girls who are affiliated with a domestic violence shelter.  More ...

Kevin St. John '06
Kevin St. John '06 Founds Threadmatcher.com

Co-founder of Threadmatcher Inc., Kevin St. John '06 recently received a scholarship to present at the prestigious DEMO conference in Santa Clara, California.  The success of the company and their innovative fashion website, Threadmatcher.com, prompted the invitation, followed by coverage in VentureBeat.  More ...

Oberholtzer '08 and Westphal '08 Publish I Love Charts: The Book

On May 1, Sourcebooks released I Love Charts: The Book by Jason Oberholtzer '08 and Cody Westphal '08.  The book is a collection of the best previously unpublished charts from their blog I Love Charts, which was created in 2009 and has grown to 100,000 followers on Tumblr and a half a million views a month. The Huffington Post ranked the blog first on their list of "33 Tumblogs You Need to Follow" and the New York Observer called it one of the "100 funniest Tumblrs…ever."  More ...

Matt Zeller '04 Publishes Book about Afghanistan

This May, Just World Books published Watches Without Time: An American Soldier in Afghanistan by U.S. Army Capt. Matt Zeller '04.  The book is a collection of the letters and emails Zeller sent to family and friends during the eight months he spent as an embedded combat adviser with the Afghan security forces in Ghazni, Afghanistan during 2008.  More ...

Alice Popejoy '09
Alice Popejoy '09 Awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Alice Popejoy '09, who will be a doctoral student in the Public Health Genetics Program at the University of Washington School of Public Health in Seattle this fall, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship for genetics and bioethics research.  More ...

Female panther caught on camera trap
Caitlin Jacobs '07 Tracks Florida Panthers

The New York Times Green blog has featured an article about a panther project that Caitlin Jacobs '07, a graduate student at the University of Florida, is helping to research. Ranchers in south Florida have begun reporting that panthers are now preying on their calves. In Spring 2011 several calves were documented and confirmed to be killed by panthers.

In late 2011, researchers including Jacobs began tagging calves in an effort to collect evidence to substantiate the claims; the Florida panther had been all but extinct in the 1970s.  More ...

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