Tom Hoch ’84 is helping golf clubs and country clubs reinvent themselves into more homes away from home.
Ashley Justice Astleford ’93 selected Designer of the Year by national organization of professional interior design firms.
Susana Schuler ’88 named the 2011 First Amendment Service Award recipient from the Radio Television Digital News Foundation.
After taking in a refugee herself, Lisa Deeley Smith ’77 is helping find resources and teachers to help aid worn-torn nation.
Expanding your company to China? Joanna Shoemaker Crain ’96 started Chin-EASE to help corporations and politicians negotiate the culture and protocol.
Teacher turned principal, Barry Walters ’85 writes novel with help from his students.
Ex-football brothers are now helping boys and girls from their old neighborhood become the next generation of stars — and maybe future Frogs.
Booted off “America’s Got Talent,” John Angeles ’05 landed in “Stomp.”
Sculptor Etty Horowitz ’96 MFA uses her art to raise money for lymphoma research.