In the days and months following last year’s devastating earthquake in Haiti, millions of people around the world were eager to help with necessities like food, water and shelter.
1. Using blogs as living, breathing resources for the stuff you love.
People are calling it a combination of StumbleUpon and Pandora for music nerds.
Wallace “Wally” Reardon ’10 recently received a national award for a tower climber safety project he began in college and continued this summer with Upstate Medical University’s Occupational Health Clinical Center.
From football to genealogy, history is all about people. So is Matthew Urtz ’02, M ’05, who was recently appointed historian for Madison County in Central New York.
Rommel Wood ’07 managed to graduate from high school without owning a mobile phone. She was one of the last of her friends to get one in college.
Standing waist-deep in rushing waters, Capt. Robert Burke ’05 patiently threads his tackle.
His rod tightly tucked under his arm, he pinches the line to tie the fly.
Amid the shimmering waters, he clutches the reel and casts. The metronome motion scrapes the fly gently on the water. The line moves in gentle loops and waves.
Here in this natural sanctuary, Burke’s head runs as clear as the water. For him and his fellow soldiers, it’s a place to heal, hope and think.