Stories

Using the Second Life online universe as a teaching and marketing tool.   by Zeke Wright ’07

Second Life is no computer game. It’s a “metaverse,” or alternate universe. It exists online, and its population is growing daily. There is no predetermined way to play, and you don’t win or lose. Users do enjoy a...

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Onetime biology major Leonisa Ardizzone '90 is now an educator, musician, and author.   by Anne Ryan

When you mix equal parts educator, leader, author, and jazz singer, whom do you get? Leonisa Ardizzone. The executive director of the Salvadori Center, a nonprofit education program in New York City, has written her...

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A first person account by Kevin Fallon '06

March 2007

One thing that sets the Marine Corps apart from the other services is that “Every Marine is a rifleman.” Basically, it doesn’t matter if you are an adjutant, a logistician, a tanker, or even a cook; every Marine is trained and proficient in...

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Kevin Greene ’06 was one of the finalists in a weeks-long on-air audition process for the lead role of Danny in the upcoming Broadway revival of Grease. NBC created a reality show, Grease: You’re the One that I Want, as a talent competition series in which the audience had input into choosing the lead male and female actors. Kevin, who graduated with a...

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Glenn Beck producer Evan Cutler '86 has found success merging journalism with comedy.
by Tamar Morad

Ask Evan Cutler ’86 what he does for a living, and he answers, “I’m a journalist—well, kind of.”

He’s written for top magazines, was on the original staff at MSNBC,...

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