Gerry Newkirck—’69 Gordon alum and retired CEO of the Tractor Supply Company—has lived a life of high risk and high reward, but his motto has always been simple: make decisions, own them and don’t look back.
On November 10, Lake, a CNN Politics enterprise writer, put the finishing touches on the book that he’d spent over a year writing, including months on the road for rallies, caucuses and debates on the campaign trail as he followed the 2016 presidential race.
When Alex Bostian ’16 arrived in Moldova in early summer, he didn’t speak one word of the language. But by early fall, he was teaching classes in both English and Romanian.
“My goal is not to show at top galleries; I want to integrate art and experience,” says professional artist David Popa ’14. “I’m interested in creating a whole other genre of art.”
Dr. Janis Flint-Ferguson describes him as “the William Shakespeare of children’s literature,” who “intermingles great sorrows with some of the most delightful humor.”