Jeff Kaplan ’01 wants to change the way people live with his store, New Living. It “showcases organic furniture with a cozy mod feel, handcrafted by local artisans from sustainable raw materials.”
The Day It Snowed In Miami, a documentary film executive produced by Shed Boren ’87, has won a regional Emmy Award for “Best Historical Documentary.”
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Liz Guillory Medina ’97 became the Dean of Students at Concordia University Texas in August 2014.
Dr. Ray Page ’84 is now the representative to the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates. In his new role he will participate in all health care-related resolutions that come out of the AMA, which often lead to governmental policy.