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Interview: Alum ‘Joe Bonomo on sex, spirit & implication’

Interview: Alum ‘Joe Bonomo on sex, spirit & implication’

“Memoir is made of memories, by definition; some theorists assert memoir must be about memory. Yet it’s notable how much Joe Bonomo explores memory and takes it as his subject. His new collection of essays, This Must Be Where My Obsession with Infinity Began, summons and examines a wide range of memories, […]

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June 24, 2013 at 12:40 pmAlumni Alumni in the News

Sociology Alum to Head West Virginia Association for Justice

Bernie Layne ’94MA, who earned a master’s in Sociology from Ohio University, has been named President of the West Virginia Association for Justice. An AP story on the Seattle Post Intelligencer site reports, the Charleston attorney will head the plaintiffs’ group. The organization announced Bernie Layne’s election Friday. Layne is […]

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June 24, 2013 at 9:33 amAlumni Alumni in the News In the News

English Alum Named to ACE Ohio Women’s Network Executive Board

Ohio University Alum Denise McCory, Dean of Students at Cuyahoga Community College’s Metropolitan Campus, has been named to the ACE Ohio Women’s Network Executive Board, the Cleveland Jewish News reported on June 21. McCory has worked at Tri-C for more than 12 years in positions including assistant dean of students, […]

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June 24, 2013 at 8:56 amAlumni Alumni in the News In the News

Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

Yellowstone, Bears, Fly Fishing—History Alum Brings Park to Life

“On a sunny and memorable day in 1979, I stood in the post office in Manchester Center, Vermont, and unwrapped the package containing the advance copy of my first book, Old Yellowstone Days. As I stood there staring at it in wonder, I realized that with its publication I had […]

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June 17, 2013 at 3:21 pmAlumni in the News News

Medicine in the Negev; Air Raids in Be’er Sheva

Medicine in the Negev; Air Raids in Be’er Sheva

On his way to medical school, Devin Patchell ’09 took a global path—to the Negev Desert of southern Israel. One family at a time, he is helping Bedouins and nomadic people with little access to medical care establish a multi-generational shift toward preventive health care based on their unique needs. […]

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June 11, 2013 at 3:41 pmAlumni Alumni in the News In the News

Affirmation or Aesthetic Equivalent of Hotel Furniture? Muses LeMay

Dr. Eric LeMay

A zing that comes from having readers affirm his work?  A boost to his spirit? A sign that “I’ve created something unobjectionable enough to get past readers with very different tastes, the aesthetic equivalent of hotel furniture?” Dr. Eric LeMay tells the Competitive Writer blog that winning the Emergency Press’ […]

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Meet David Hartman: Acting Didn’t Work Out, But Med School Did

Dr. David Hartman ’82 has the kind of practice where he might be looking in your ears, or down your throat. But when the Times Reporter (Dover-New Philadelphia, OH) profiled Hartman, they took a probing look that uncovered a struggling actor who turned to medical school and eventually settled in […]

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