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  • Damon Korb '86 authors new book

    Posted June 12, 2019

    Alumnus Damon Korb, MD, FAAP, is the author of a new book, Raising an Organized Child: 5 Steps to Boost Independence, Ease Frustration, and Promote Confidence (June 2019, American Academy of Pediatrics).

  • Geoffrey Why '84 Named One of 50 Most Influential Attorneys of Color in Greater Boston

    Posted June 11, 2019

    BOSTON, Mass. (May 14, 2019) – Verrill Dana Partner Geoffrey Why '84 was recently honored as one of the 50 Most Influential Attorneys of Color in Greater Boston by Get Konnected! (GK50 Attorneys). The GK50 Attorneys is the first comprehensive list of its kind honoring the city’s most influential attorneys of color and provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate their valuable social and economic contributions. The honorees were determined by legal professionals from throughout the Greater Boston community.

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  • Kyle Macauley '16 Elected Captain of Yale Men's Track and Field

    Posted June 11, 2019

    The Yale men's track and field team has elected sprinter Kyle Macauley as its captain for the next year. A distinguished leader on the team, with multiple Ivy League medals and a school record to his name, Macauley will aim to lead from the front and inspire his teammates to fulfill their potential.

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  • Coach Erik Bakich '86 leads Michigan Basbeall to the Super Regional

    Posted June 5, 2019

    “I’ve never been more proud of our team and how we fought and how we took a punch last night that many teams wouldn't have recovered from,” said Michigan coach Erik Bakich. “Our kids are tough. They never stopped believing. They never stopped fighting. We were going to do whatever it took today to come out on top. They showed that with just an offensive outburst all game long, scoring in different ways.” Michigan will take on No. 1 seed UCLA in a best-of-three series beginning 9 p.m. Friday in Los Angeles. The winner of that series advances to the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

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  • Kieran Shaw '16 Sets Ivy League Saves Record

    Posted June 12, 2019

    It felt only fitting that the third out of Kieran Shaw’s record-breaking save would be a comebacker right at the junior. Shaw jogged most of the way towards first base, tossing the ball softly into first baseman Pat McColl’s glove, sealing a 2-1 Harvard win over Dartmouth in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday. As important as the victory was for a Crimson team then tied for first place in the Ancient Eight, the real story was Shaw’s 12th save — the most ever for an Ivy League pitcher in a single season, and the exclamation mark on an explosive season few could have seen coming.

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  • Cultural Events on Campus

    Posted March 28, 2019

    For the past 10 years, the Bellarmine community has gathered to promote an understanding of the unique cultural and ethnic heritages that make up our campus.

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  • Jonathan Padilla '07 Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 List

    Posted March 28, 2019

    Jonathan Padilla '07—an Oxford Senior Fellow & Schwarzman Scholar—recently received Forbes 30 Under 30 honors in Law & Policy.

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  • Campus Co-Curricular Updates

    Posted March 28, 2019

    It has been a busy few months on campus! Winter sports teams captured two titles, robotics came out on top at their first FRC tournament, and speech and debate finalists are well on their way to the National Tournament after qualifiers two weeks ago.

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  • Oakland A's Executive Billy Owens '89 Ready for Next Big Step

    Posted February 20, 2019

    Widely recognized as one of the best talent evaluators in baseball, Billy '89 is considered a strong candidate to be the Giants’ next general manager. The San Francisco Chronicle recently took an in-depth look at Billy's career and what may be coming next for him.

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  • Terrence Crawford '09 set to debut new documentary at the 43rd CIFF-Cleveland International Film Festival

    Posted March 4, 2019

    Some call the 21st century the post-AIDS years, thanks to activism and new medications. New York and other centers of gay life have new generations of LGBTQ people who feel free and safe. Over the years, however, another ravaging threat has continued to rise: crystal meth, a synthetic drug that found quick and willing harbor in the gay dance and sex club scene. Delivering a manic rush to intensify physical and sexual activity, addiction is almost instantaneous. This frightening but hopeful documentary explores the myriad causes and effects of crystal meth addiction, charting the long (and sometimes agonizing) path to recovery. The stories bravely told by these men, either recovering or currently using, are raw, shocking, and honest. Both a warning siren and a beacon of hope, CRYSTAL CITY focuses on LGBTQ people even though this crisis touches everyone. After surviving AIDS as a powerful and joyful culture, the gay community must once again unite against a new killer.

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