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Matt Reedy '79November 19, 2007
The year was 1978. A hard drive meant eight or nine hours behind the wheel; chips and cookies were treats; and windows were something to look through. Disco ruled the dance floor and Alien was killing them at the box office.Read more
Renee Burkett, '75November 19, 2007
Renee Burkett is cruising down the California highway - the 405 to be specific. She's heading over to 20th Century Fox Studios to record either a movie score or video game track for Steven...Spielberg, that is.
Ron Piretti, '71November 19, 2007
If you've ever wondered how actors make fight scenes look so realistic, they're relying on fight directors like Ron Piretti '71 to make them look good.Read more
Laura Cabo, '79November 19, 2007
"Trinity was everything I'd hoped for," says architect Laura Cabo '79.
"It's really special from an environmental point of view. The landscape is beautiful - merged into the surrounding cliffs. Trinity was the foundation that pushed me in...Read more
Jim Nelon, '71November 19, 2007
Jim Nelon '71 may live in the buttoned-up corporate world as a Massachusetts-based management consultant, but his heart roams free in the Asian jungles and rain forests far away from the straight-laced New England lifestyle.
Lisette McSoud Mondello, '78November 19, 2007
She's in a position of power at the second-largest cabinet agency in the U.S. government, but what really puts a smile on her face is hearing the word, "Mom!"
Fred Davis, '74November 19, 2007
Fred Davis' "absolutely perfect" life as a Trinity student was altered dramatically when his young father died unexpectedly when Fred was a sophomore.
David Lopez, '75November 19, 2007
The one true thing to be discovered about David Lopez '75, president and CEO of the Harris County Hospital District in Houston, is that he lives his life to help others.
Tim Derk, '79November 19, 2007
When Tim Derk '79 assumed the persona of the Spurs Coyote, he made $25 a game to jump around, walk on his hands, and otherwise entertain basketball fans, never dreaming it would become a full-time job. A mere 21 years later, he not only won the...Read more
Michael Drudge, '73November 19, 2007
As storytellers go, Michael Drudge '73 has a few tales of his own to report, and he does, as correspondent and London Bureau Chief for Voice of America radio. A journalist for more than 30 years, Michael has covered stories in numerous exotic...Read more