The renowned animator discusses highlights from a 40-year career, including Hanna-Barbera’s A Pup Named Scooby-Doo and Warner Bros’ Animaniacs.
An 84-year-old mural deemed racially insensitive by students and administrators at the University of Kentucky has been reinterpreted by Rome Prize-winning artist Olivier.
Nakai, an attorney for the National Indian Gaming Commission and member of the Lumbee tribe, is on a mission to win full recognition from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Pop stars of the 1950s perform for sold out crowds thanks to Los Angeles-based concert promoter Arslanian.
Two-time All-American athlete Giordano raised more than $10,000 in August for Boston Children’s Hospital, where she was treated for ovarian cancer as a teenager.
The board chairman of a Long Island-based costume manufacturer still drives to work each weekday at the company he founded in 1963.
University of New Hampshire professor Abramson seeks publisher for Proof of Collusion, a collection of political commentary from his popular Twitter feed.
The Tennessee Smokies right-hander looks to follow Kyle Hendricks ’12 to the Chicago bullpen.
Michigan Law grad Desai assisted two exonerations of men wrongfully convicted for murder.
Martin, the first Native American elected to the Common Council of Madison, Wisconsin, has announced her candidacy for Secretary of State.
A charismatic young coach seeks to restore Dartmouth’s gridiron glory.