Events and Gatherings
It's not easy being
green, unless you're
fine artist Elizabeth
Eaton Rosenthal ('64).
Making "A World of Difference"
Former NYC lawyer Lisa Yarmoshuk ('88) is
helping developing countries improve their
economic growth, trade, and investment -- in
many creative ways.
Breaking the Sound Barrier
Walter Peters ('59) holds a special place in
Canadian aviation history -- as the first black
jet pilot and Snowbird in the RCAF.
A Life in the Opera
Sally Dibblee ('88) performs in operas
across North America, and wouldn't have
it any other way.
Sex, Drugs, and Social Work
Charles Furlotte ('06) combines teaching,
researching, and working in clinical practice
with a keen interest in HIV/AIDS.
A Rewarding Career
Jane Craighead ('80) studied economic
theory as a way to design optimal labour
negotiations. This has led her to a career as
a professor and a top executive at several
Breaking the Sound and Colour Barrier