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Laurie Williams-Hogarth has always been fascinated by the least-understood part of
the body: the brain.
Brian Benzing is one of the cool kids.
Professor Josh Dehlinger shares his research on protecting Maryland’s elections.
TU’s new-ish athletic director shares what he’s most looking forward to this academic
Rasul ’22 and Malachi ’22 Wright’s jobs stocking at BJ’s Wholesale Club changed their
Amanda Zinn ’80 plays a key role in developing the region’s business and political
Officer Amy Caprio ’10, was a wife, sister, aunt, godmother, friend, animal lover
and Garry and Debbie Sorrells’ youngest child.
Her family’s search for a better life in America inspired Lone Azola ’68 to build
a legacy in education and historic preservation.
Maggie Wolfendale ’09 and Gabby Gaudet ’13 have reached the top tier of horseracing
Tonee Lawson ’07 runs an organization focused on helping youth achieve their goals.
Tyler Macleod ’11 shares his favorite spots around the Mile High City.
College of Fine Arts and Communication faculty Jenn Figg and Matthew McCormack push
for the impossible in their large-scale art installations.
Moses Koo ’22 takes up dragon taming at DreamWorks.
Alexis Garloff ’22 has started a nonprofit to support survivors of sexual assault
and/or domestic violence.
Jessie ’14 and Robin ’13 Su bonded over a broken microwave.
Mike Vasilikos ’03 feeds his love of music through his day job at WXPN in Philadelphia.
See what’s new in the university collections.
Tracy Miller’s giving efforts are rooted in personal experience.
Bailey Deacon ’10 has seen her career go to the dogs (and cats and rabbits and pigs
The story behind our cover article.