Michael Neville, Jour ’70 had his play Dracula vs. the Nazis produced by Milwaukee’s In Tandem Theatre in October 2016. In Tandem produced Lamps for My Family in 2015 to acclaim. His plays have been done on and off Broadway and in regional theatres around the country.
Margo Williams, Arts ’69 released her second book, From Hill Town to Strieby: Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie “Back Country” of Randolph County, North Carolina, published by Backintyme Publishing. It documents the educational advancements of a rural African American community from 1850–1940 led by Rev. Islay Walden, a blind poet. Her […]
Joel Kriofske, Jour ’69 wrote a children’s story illustrated by brother, Kris Kriofske, Eng ’65. He submitted the book, An ‘Awful’ Beautiful Day (In the Time of Chicken Pox!), to agents for publication.
Thomas Schultz, Sp ’64 collaborated on a book about champion race car driver Augie Pabst titled Behind the Wheel: Augie Pabst Racing Biography, published by Dalton-Watson Fine Books.
Margaret Ann (Romeo) Hughes, Arts ’62 was inducted into the inaugural class of Northern Arizona University’s College of Education Hall of Fame in 2015. The lobby of the new undergraduate admissions and student services building was named for her, in recognition of her role in revolutionizing the university’s outreach and recruiting efforts through nearly 25 […]
Phil Famolaro, Eng ’60 completed Biking for Babies, a 26-mile pro-life bicycle marathon in Long Beach, Calif., that provides financial support to expectant mothers.
Paul Salsini, Jour ’58, Grad ’85 has published The Fearless Flagthrower of Lucca: Ten Stories of 1990s Tuscany. It is the sixth and last volume of A Tuscan Series that began with The Cielo, set during World War II.