Frank P. Jozsa Jr., ’63, GR ’71, Fort Mill, S.C.

In September 2017, World Scientific published Sports Nation: Contemporary Organizations in Professional Sports. In it, Jozsa discusses and compares the development, growth, and success of Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association, National Football League, and National Hockey League.

BY Rayven Monsen

Adrift a dream

Interior architecture design alumna Megan Horney, ’06, and her fiancé anchor their lives, careers with a boutique hotel in Croatia. 

BY Elise Lima

Yahzmine Rodriguez, ’15

From classroom to commerce: The Networks Program’s experiential curriculum gave these students the real-world training to position them at the helm of their futures.

BY Betsy Simon

Will Lehman, ’14 

From classroom to commerce: The Networks Program’s experiential curriculum gave these students the real-world training to position them at the helm of their futures.

BY Betsy Simon

Miguel de la Rosa, ’13

From classroom to commerce: The Networks Program’s experiential curriculum gave these students the real-world training to position them at the helm of their futures.

BY Betsy Simon

End of an Era

President Dan Bradley and First Lady Cheri Bradley bid farewell to friends and a campus they made better through a grand vision and nine years of persistent effort.

BY By Donovan Wheeler, ’91, GR ’08

Jon Lough, ’09

Jon Lough began his post-graduation career as a broker for a surplus lines insurance broker focusing on cyber, pollution, technology and media risk and management liability. He achieved his Chartered Property Casualty Underwriting designation in 2012 and moved to The Hartford as an underwriter for cyber insurance and miscellaneous professional liability insurance in 2013. Lough, Read more…

BY Betsy Simon