Expanding your company to China? Joanna Shoemaker Crain ’96 started Chin-EASE to help corporations and politicians negotiate the culture and protocol.
Joni Beth Gray Ray ’79 is eager to brag on her finned adoptees — two dolphins named Harley and Ranger. They are among the hundreds of sea creatures she has helped rehabilitate …
Running a nightclub and working with the Border Patrol have one thing in common: the late-night life.
Susan Rieff ’78 worked to protect our environment long before it came in vogue.
When fighter pilots began reporting out-of-body experiences during G-Force blackouts, Horned Frog doctor James Whinnery ’72 tracked down the cause.
Documentarian David Redmon ’95 makes movies most people don’t want to see. But should.
Ben Trujillo ’94 and Amy Jablonski ’95 gave up their day jobs to run the largest comic book and specialty store in St. Louis.
Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend. Mike Bloomberg is. His resourcefulness and creativity help even the most romantically challenged pop the question in style.