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Jenco '10 Expands Candy Business

Christopher Jenco '10 has been developing the sweet rewards of furthering a candy business that is co-owned with his brother, Joey. Recently, the two created an online catalog for their store, Jenco Brothers' Candy, that allows customers from anywhere in the United States to order a delicious variety of flavored popcorn, fine chocolates, and novelty or bulk candies. Since his undergraduate years,...  More >>


Connor ’98 Among Best Designers

Cory Connor '98 was recently included among "The 15 Best Interior Designers in Jersey City," according to the BuildDirect blog, "Life at Home." The article noted Jersey City is "a cultural destination that supports a vibrant arts scene," adding "it is no surprise the area also boasts of incredible interior design talent." In putting together the list of "the 15 most talented and reputable designe...  More >>


Becoming an U.S. Foreign Service Officer

Just three hours after graduation, David Luna '14 headed to Rochester International Airport and boarded a plane to Washington, D.C., where he would begin his multi-year journey as a Rangel Fellow. Luna, who graduated with a B.A. in political science magna cum laude from Hobart, earned the prestigious Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship for his dedication and determination to foster...  More >>


Tambroni ’92 Talks to LAX Mag

Jeff Tambroni '92 was recently the subject of an article in LAX Magazine. Currently a Penn State coach and Team USA assistant coach, he was interviewed for an article titled "Give and Go," which was printed in question and answer format. Among the questions he answers are "What's one thing lacrosse really needs?" to which he replies "A chance to be included in the Olympic games!" He also discusse...  More >>


Baseball Course Featured

Assistant Professor of Theatre Chris Hatch and Professor of Political Science Iva Deutchman took students in their "Baseball and American Culture" course to Frontier Field in Rochester last week to talk baseball with New York Times columnist Dan Barry. Barry is the author of "The Bottom of the 33rd: Hope, Redemption and Baseball's Longest Game," played between Triple A teams the Rochester Red Win...  More >>


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