Lee Iacocca, Chrysler’s Onetime Savior, dies at 94

Lee Iacocca was a salesman. He sold Fords, he sold Chryslers, he sold Chrysler Corporation, and he sold himself. He was the...

Leadership and service go hand in hand for alumnus

As Alpha Phi Alpha brother Sean Woodroffe oversees human resources strategy and execution for TIAA, he calls upon lessons learned as an...

ATO alumnus gives UT Martin largest donation ever

MARTIN - Bill and Rosann Nunnelly believe in the value of education, and a bequest to the University of Tennessee at Martin...

Chapter Eternal: Pittsburgh’s Dr. George Buerger

January 22, 1935- June 16, 2019 George Buerger knew there was always something to learn from those around him....

Fraternity helps welder chart path in shipping industry

Being a welder takes skill; of course, not just anyone can make a career of repairing and maintaining the U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered...

Book: The Cosmic Tales of Dragging Feet

The Cosmic Tales of Dragging Feet is the debut collection from Cody Saben (Chi Psi) featuring popsicles,...

Colorado governor reflects on goals, openly gay identity

Although best known for his nearly decade-long political career, Colorado Governor-elect Jared Polis ’96, was also an extremely engaged Princetonian, involved in...

Coaching for Literacy

For so many of us, it can be hard to believe that a large segment of our country’s population cannot read or write. Yet,...

Kappa Delta Rho alumnus reflects on time as Tampa mayor

Bob Buckhorn, a 1980 Penn State alumnus, finished his second term as mayor of Tampa, Florida, on April 30.

Alumni chapter working to change culture of violence

NASHVILLE — One fraternity is trying to put an end to gun violence by holding a survival summit which encourages students to...

Lambda Theta Phi brother named 2019 Teacher of the Year

SAND School fourth-grade teacher Narciso Maquete, at right, was named the 2018-19 Hartford Public Schools teacher of the year on Thursday evening....

Houston mayor hoping for home run at ballot box

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- "Let's play ball," said Mayor Sylvester Turner. ABC13 caught up with Turner at a little...
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