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Potter Eric Serritella '85 left corporate America behind to make unique art.
by Khrista Trerotola ’07

Eric Serritella ’85 used to wear suits and suspenders to work; he would travel overseas several times a year and lunch on salmon paté. Today he wears clay-stained T-shirts and jeans to work, commutes six steps to his...

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Therese Forton-Barnes '85 salvages the corpses of storm-ravaged trees to inspire new public art.
by Zeke Wright '07

It was peak season for watching autumn leaves in upstate New York. But on October 13, 2006, a freak snowstorm blanketed the Buffalo area with nearly two feet of snow. The still-leafy trees were particularly...

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Gino Bona '95 dreams up a winning Super Bowl ad.

Coworkers of Gino Bona ’95 describe him as “fearless,” “tenacious,” and “audacious.” Gino once landed a job with ESPN.com by sending a T-shirt with his face on it to the site’s editor. Once he flew 3,000 miles to deliver someone a pizza. And this...

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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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