Simon '10 Brings Novel to Kindle

Fantasy author and lawyer Shane Simon '10 has recently re-released his popular novel, "The Prophecy," on Amazon's Kindle. Initially published in 2006, the first print edition completely sold out and is now available as an e-book. Set in the fictional kingdom of Zalar, "The Prophecy" is an imaginative novel featuring protagonist Lionel Balimore who must un...  More >>

Father and Son Race in Cup Challenge

Lucas Catania '15 and his father, Dr. Joseph Catania '83, P'15, P'17, raced in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge after a year of continued success on the race track. The racing duo, who have competed in a number of regional and national races over the past few years, made their series and International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) debuts March 18-20 at Seb...  More >>

Platoni '74 featured on Fox News

Dr. Kathy Platoni '74, clinical psychologist and retired Army colonel, appeared on "Fox and Friends" on Sunday morning to discuss her recent article, "The Army's Fort Hood Disgrace," that appeared in The Wall Street Journal. In her article, Platoni, who was on site the day of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, argues that the U.S. Army has failed to provide jus...  More >>

Marino '12 to Perform at The Smith

Dancing her way from Geneva to Argentina and back, Katherine Marino '12 will perform with the PUSH Physical Theatre at the Smith Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. Marino recently returned from her Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Mendoza and began working as a trainee with the Rochester-based dance studio. Her performance ...  More >>

Gemmiti '14 Nominated for College Emmys

"Young Adulterated" -- a television series created by Stephen Gemmiti '14 -- has been nominated for the 2015 College Television Awards. One of three finalists out of hundreds of submissions in the "Best Series" category, the 10-episode series follows the colliding lives of five college students as they each try to navigate an explosive junior year. Gemmit...  More >>