WGN Radio’s Voice of Chicago Steve Bertrand, Jour ’85, trained for broadcast journalism but said “Yes” to radio.
Holly Bevsek, Arts ’89, chairs the chemistry department at the nation’s prestigious military college, the Citadel.
Ali Clark aims to make eating healthy and gooey as a partner at the Big Muddy Urban Farm collective and owner of the Snowshoe Candy Co. in Omaha.
Brian Godish found healing in hoops when hundreds of Marquetters reach out with encouragement.
Brian Hodous, Bus Ad ’85, appreciates the powerful pull of gaming.
Sgt. Adam Plantinga, Arts ’95, tells crime novelists how to write about cops.
Paul T. Kirner, Bus Ad ’69, ran the equivalent of the circumference of the earth.
Genevieve Grdina, Comm ’09, spends her work time like many employees — on her Facebook page.
The most thrilling ride for Jenni Magee-Cook, Arts ’92, didn’t happen on a roller coaster.
Tammera Dykema, Bus Ad ’92, knows a great spot to pick up chicks.