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TOPIC: Alumni


by Allyson Manchester

The Palumbos with children (from left) Morgan, age 8, named for the late Travis Morgan ’96; Autumn, 6; and Guy Jr., 5.

Like the athletes who are the focus of their three-year-old company, entrepreneurs Jared Antista ’02 and Joe Lamoureux ’01 have learned to play through the pain.

by Deblina Chakraborty

One week he may be in Vegas. The next, California. But for the first time in a fast-paced 40-year career, Rich Caturano ’74, MST ’85 isn’t worried about the endpoint.

by Deblina Chakraborty

Arik Levy’s unique business grew from a pretty typical problem: Long hours at the office were making personal errands difficult to accomplish. Finding time to retrieve his dry cleaning was a particular chore.

by Jennifer A. Spira

Oliver Levick ’08 could be called a thrill seeker. An adventurer. A swashbuckler, even. This past winter, the former Economics-Finance major rowed 2,637 nautical miles to compete in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.

by Maura King Scully

Kate Maloney Albiani ’00 embraces a challenge. She doesn’t blink when couples arrive at her interior design firm with entirely different visions for the living space they want to make over.