On the world’s stage

Leonard Siegel, Ph.D., ’50 interacts with prominent leaders.

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Put it down on paper

Christopher Siders ’99 wrote as a cathartic way to recover mentally from a coma.

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Bringing jobs to Northeast Ohio

Stephanie Mercado ’02 helps connect businesses to resources that address their growth obstacles.

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Nurturing one athlete at a time

Don McPhillips maintains the health of about 700 student-athletes.

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Crediting Carroll

How college, football, and the military shaped Terry Leiden ’62

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Start it up

Andrea McGinty ’84 propels two companies – a dating service and fast-food chain.

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One thing leads to another

Bob Heltzel’s '70 curiosity about his ancestry results in him acquiring Abraham Lincoln memorabilia.

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The beauty of stillness

Jeff Matovic ’95 suffered with Tourette syndrome for 31 years until an experimental therapy calmed his tics.

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Involvement begets success

John Cranley ’96, the newly elected mayor of Cincinnati, exemplifies the ideal JCU graduate.

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Triumph in the face of adversity

For Jeff Friedman ’69, giving up has never been an option.

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