Changing lives through surgical innovation
Taking on the Appalachian Trail
People magazine recognizes a ‘Hero Among Us’
Proving the “Dismal Science” is anything but!
Laying the foundation for women’s athletics
View Magazine Flipbook
Office of Alumni and Development
Online Media Room
Organ transplant pioneer Jimmy Light ’60 found the inspiration for his life’s work from an “amazing teacher.”
Very few have hiked all 2,179 miles … Andy Niekamp ’83 is one of only 30 to go end-to-end three times.
Finding inspiration from others, Dena Krishnan ’07 ‘pays it forward’ in rural Appalachia.
Famed economist Bill Easterly ’79 points to local solutions to Third World problems.
Dorothy Luedtke ’47, ’50 is the pioneering figure generally credited with showing young women a half century ago that they could compete on an intercollegiate level, the same as the men.