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Adam Hardy ’16 recently interned for LB3 Lacrosse, one of the nation’s premier instructional lacrosse organizations. Based in Atlanta, Ga., LB3 instructs thousands of young players across the country with the goal of developing both their game and their love for the game. In his role over the summer, Hardy coached teams ranging from the

Author David Hiers ’79 recently released “First Contact Cube,” the third book in his “First Contact” trilogy – a science fiction series that takes a realistic and modern day approach to human contact with aliens. Through his writing, Hiers says he’s following the “road less traveled” in terms of the way aliens are typically portrayed

Award-winning author Randi Davenport ’78 recently debuted her first novel, “The End of Always,” published by Twelve Books Publishing Group. Set in the small towns of Wisconsin during the early 1900s and inspired by real events from Davenport’s family history, “The End of Always” tells the story of one woman’s desperate efforts to escape a

When a young friend of the family succumbed to brain cancer, Scott Wittig ’94, his wife and children discovered Lighthouse Family Retreat and decided “it was a great fit and idea for our family to go serve a family like hers that was living through childhood cancer.” Founded in 1999, the Lighthouse Family Retreat offers

Evan Gove ’12 has been appointed senior editor of Local Management, a search engine marketing company in Boca Raton, Fla. Gove was most recently staff writer for the company. Local Management’s Vice President Todd Bolling says the appointment will help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the company’s content marketing and overall SEO strategy. “Evan