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Merck Animal Health has announced that it will acquire Vence, an innovator in virtual fencing for rotational grazing and livestock management that was founded by Frank Wooten '99.
Brian D. Lyles '80 has been named Director of Development at the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC), the leading classical theatre company in Maryland, headquartered in the historic 1885 Mercantile Trust and Deposit Building in downtown Baltimore.
A lawyer by training, Harry Rudo '09 found time during the pandemic to create a new board game with a friend from law school.
Haftan Eckholdt '83 has been a critical part in recently helping to launch and scale up the operations of three mission-driven organizations focused on neurodiversity.
Nik Feldman '10, President of New Circle Investments, will open the Manchester Hotel in downtown Lexington, Kentucky in spring 2023.
Eugene Kim '00 has been cast in the Netflix series Obliterated, an hour-long action comedy series from the creators of Cobra Kai.
After seven seasons in the minor leagues, Ryan Ripken '12 announced his retirement from professional baseball.
On July 1, Monsignor Carl Cummings '61 retired as the pastor of the St. Jane France de Chantal in Riviera Beach, Maryland, marking the end of a nearly 50-year career in the church.
Ned Emala ʼ13 has been named Gilman's new assistant athletic director, completing the athletic department's leadership team.
The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation (NABLF), in partnership with Hearst Television, announced a new fellowship program in honor of Emerson Coleman '72.
Brendon Hudson '12 will reopen the historic Velleggia's, often celebrated as the first restaurant to open in Baltimore's Little Italy, in Federal Hill this fall.
Despite his enormous success on the baseball field, Maryland senior first baseman Maxwell Costes '18 has been plagued by dark thoughts for years. As an outlet to combat this depression, he regularly puts pen to paper and writes.
Will deMuth '18 (left), a senior midfielder at Franklin & Marshall College, and Teddy Macfarlane '18 (right), a senior defenseman at Dickinson College, were named to the All-Centennial Conference Lacrosse First Team this spring. Teddy was also named the Conference's Defensive Player of the Year.
Piper Bond '18 (left) and Sam King '20 (right) earned All-Ivy League Lacrosse recognition this spring.
Thomas Booker '18, a defensive lineman for Stanford University, was drafted by the Houston Texans in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft with the 150th overall pick.
Toby Bozzuto '92 (left), President and CEO of The Bozzuto Group, and Cheo Hurley '92 (right), President and CEO of THG Companies, are bringing their companies — Bozzuto Construction, a subsidiary of The Bozzuto Group, and THG — together for the development of the new Somerset II Apartments in downtown Baltimore.
John MacNeill Miller '02, an assistant professor of English at Allegheny College, was recently featured in a New York Times article exploring the alleged introduction of the European Starling to the United States.
After a nationwide search, Collegiate School (Richmond, Va.) announced that Andrew Stanley '91 has been appointed director of athletics. Andrew has served as the school's associate athletic director for the last 14 years.
Thanx, a company that helps businesses embrace digital purchasing, capture greater customer data, and take action on that information to personalize guest engagement, recently announced its acquisition of ZeroStorefront, a company co-founded by Collin Wallace '02.
Former Eagles defensive end Victor Abiamiri '03 was profiled on PhiladelphiaEagles.com as part of their "Where Are They Now?" series.