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Won't You Be My Neighbor?

It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood,
A beautiful day for a neighbor.
Would you be mine?
Could you be mine?…

It’s a neighborly day in this beauty wood, 88 more words

Former GCL Ray Duran Promoted to Bowling Green

Former GCL Rays infielder Douglas Duran has been promoted from the Hudson Valley Renegades to the Bowling Green Hot Rods. Duran was hitting .176 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI’s in 13 games at Hudson Valley. 22 more words

Alumni

Guest Lecture by Mr Manish Kumar, Chief Digital Officer, Red Chilllies Entertainment and Kolkata Knight Riders

The names – Red Chillies Entertainment and Kolkata Knight Riders buzzed in the TAPMI campus on 27th July ’14 when Mr. Manish Kumar, Chief Digital Officer, Red Chillies Entertainment and Kolkata Knight Riders arrived on campus to have a session with the TAPMI students which was like home coming for him, being an alumnus of TAPMI; batch of 2005. 565 more words

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Apply to Atlanta RISE by Sept. 1st

Atlanta RISE is a six month leadership development and community education program targeted at promising corps members and alums. Through personal and professional development and broad exposure to the community, Atlanta RISE aims to equip young leaders early in their careers with the skills and knowledge needed to identify and pursue their theories of change.  64 more words

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Fagan-Miller teaches at the University of Texas at San Antonio

Patty Fagan-Miller (MM ’07, Bassoon) has been hired by the University of Texas at San Antonio as lecturer in bassoon. She is an active freelance musician in Houston and San Antonio. 18 more words

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How We Can Help Israel

Ronit Miller (’11) talks about the situation in Israel and what we can do in chutz la’aretz to help do our part, even when it feels like we are so far away. 10 more words

Alumni

Summer Research and Patent Experience

Last summer, I decided to try something new after having interned at investment banks my two previous summers. Following the advice of M&T Director Dr. Hamilton, I decided to pursue entrepreneurship from the T side because it was what I was more excited and passionate about when it came to my two degrees. 487 more words

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