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Stepping on the Gas

Only four years after being elected the youngest mayor of Charlotte, NC—a part-time position—Anthony Foxx ’96 was unanimously confirmed by the Senate to be US Secretary...

A Scout’s Honor

When the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) held a closely watched vote on whether to admit gay Scouts, it was the organization’s volunteer president, Wayne Perry...

Well-Appointed

A bipartisan agreement to preserve the Senate filibuster paved the way for Kent Hirozawa ’82 to become the first Asian American on the National Labor Relations...

Built on Sandy

Thousands of New Yorkers have dramatic Superstorm Sandy survivor stories, but few can claim a $200 million deal weighed in the balance. After 10 months of...

Medicinal Purpose

During 18 years as an assistant US attorney in the Eastern District of New York, Maureen Barden ’78 became increasingly concerned with repeat offenders. “As federal...

Capital News

April 25, 2013, was a big day for the 1996 Root-Tilden-Kern Scholarship class: Two members were confirmed by the US Senate, as general counsel of the...