Returning What Was Given Richard Mahoney applied the good advice he learned from his father — where in the first third of your life you learn, the second half you earn, and the third you return.
Attorney Aids Developing Countries Attorney Vikas S. Dhar, AB ’99, practices nonprofit law across the world, from Haiti to Kenya to Afghanistan.
Artist Brings Creative Reuse to St. Louis Jenny Murphy, BFA ’09, runs Perennial, a nonprofit organization in St. Louis that teaches people how to transform trash into treasure through creative reuse.
Shaping Lives Everyday Through Inspired Teaching Eric Cochran, AB ’98, social studies department chair at Lindbergh High School, won several teaching awards in 2011, including the prestigious Milken Educator Award.
TV Producer Hits Targets: From WUTV, to ESPN and Beyond Emmy- and Peabody-winner Michael Hughes, BSBA ’01, founded DLP Entertainment, a sports television production outfit based in Venice, Calif.
Poet Wins 2012 Brittingham Prize Jazzy Danziger, AB ’07, recently published Darkroom (University of Wisconsin Press, 2012), for which she received the 2012 Brittingham Prize in Poetry.
Alumni Volunteering Fosters Connections Tom and Colleen Ferguson, co-chairs of the WU Club of San Francisco Young Professionals Group, discuss the enjoyment they get from volunteering. Also, learn of upcoming Founders Day and Reunion activities.
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Remembering Burt Wheeler
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