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East meets West in Ethan Borg ’94's healing hands.
Corporate attorney Urooj Khan ’10 tackles immigration and asylum law pro bono. It’s a personal mission: When Khan was 5, her family emigrated from Pakistan.
Winter 2016 / Issue II / CXIII
To eat better, says Jean Kristeller ’74, know yourself better.
Wiley Archibald ’10 works to protect Antarctica and its animals.
Steve Schwartz ’84 is CEO of a company that works daily with first responders.
Rashelle Isip ’03 has been blogging about order and productivity since 2011.
Fall 2015 / Issue I / CXIII
Dan Perelstein ’10 translates visual to aural in city theaters.
Jo Lynne Johnson ’72 wields needle and thread for skaters.
In late December Hannah Kurtz ’13 ventures out after dark for the first time on her red Vespa, a loaner from the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), in this city of 1.5 million people.
Twelve years ago, Michael Buehler ’89 decided to leave his management-consulting career to become a dealer in rare maps.