Department: Alumni Archive


The Horror! The Horror!

Issue: Fall 2014

Paul Harris Boardman '89 doesn’t scare easily, but he knows how to terrify people. In fact, he does it for a living.

The Passionate Non-Partisan

Issue: Fall 2014

Deborah Jeffrey ’82 serves as inspector general of the Corporation for National and Community Service, the nation’s largest grant maker for service and volunteering.

Filling a (Dental) Need

Issue: Fall 2014

Peter Fuentes ’01 founded Dental Groups of New Jersey, which now includes five dental practices, several in poverty-challenged, underserved cities.

Finding the Silence

Issue: Spring 2014

An award-winning veteran journalist and public radio reporter, Joanne Silberner '77 has tackled the toughest stories.

Field of Dreams—and Stats

Issue: Spring 2014

Rany Jazayerli’s '95 analytical approach has added a whole new dimension to the world of professional baseball.

The Prescription for Community Health

Issue: Spring 2014

Aletha Maybank ’96, an assistant health commissioner in New York City, is a pediatrician by training but mostly works as a preventive/public health physician.

Making Medieval Art Come Alive

Issue: Spring 2014

C. Griffith Mann ’02 (PhD), is the Michel David-Weill Curator in Charge of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Raffi Wartanian plays the oud

Exploring the Ancestral Homeland

Issue: Fall 2013

Raffi Wartanian ’08 recently returned from his ancestral homeland of Armenia after 10 months there as a Fulbright fellow.

Gail McGovern '74, president and CEO of the American Red Cross

Resilience Amid the Rubble

Issue: Fall 2013

Every new leader faces a baptism-of-fire moment, but few have it as rough as Gail McGovern ’74 did when she became president and CEO of the American Red Cross in 2008.

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Capturing the Faces of Addiction

Issue: Fall 2013

The photography of Chris Arnade, PhD ’94, as seen in his Flickr series, “Faces of Addiction,” exposes a range of human experience in the South Bronx.