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FOUND: A Guy Who Doesn't Like Sports

By Cazey Williams

According to my Facebook newsfeed, a football game happened Sunday , and somebody lost. It was either the Packers or the Cowboys, or maybe both? 768 more words

Life Lessons

A Return to Tigerland: Pat Fountain

Alumni Pass Skills, Passion on to Future Generations

By Carl Lewis, Editor-in-Chief

Pat Fountain is an Ada native and a first generation college graduate. He is currently a professor of business administration and serves as East Central University’s service learning director. 535 more words


Ari Ne'eman '10, Political Science, Wins Inclusion Award

Alumnus Ar Ne’eman ’10, political science, received the second annual Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion from the Ruderman Family Foundation. The award recognizes individuals who have made contributions to the inclusion of people with disabilities in the Jewish world and the greater public. 126 more words

In The News

Alex Payne ’12 MPA takes job with children's advocacy org.

Alex Payne is a policy associate for the First Five Years Fund. The first five years fund is an advocacy organization promoting investment in early childhood education for disadvantaged children under the age of five. 17 more words


Investing in UMBC: Clolita Vitale '75 makes planned gift

Clolita Vitale ’75, theatre, is truly a Retriever Believer. When she first walked onto UMBC’s campus in the late 1960s, she was struck by how new the university was. 483 more words


Where are they now? Sunny J. Mistry

Greetings from Berkeley. We’re launching a new Where are they now series on this blog so you can see what alumni are doing after life at I-House.  860 more words

Life At I-House

COR Leadership Retreat: Defining the best of the best

By Cody Dick
TCU BYX Alumnus, Former Board Member

“Don’t screw around with me Maverick. You’re a hell of an instinctive pilot. Maybe too good. I’d like to bust your butt but I can’t.

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