Randolph C. Guggenheimer ’53
Notice received from Jim Banner ’53 Excerpts from the Yale Class of 1957 obituary: I must convey sad word of the death on July 3, 2020, of Randolph C. Guggenheimer, Jr. He died from the complications of Parkinson’s disease. A precollegiate graduate of the Collegiate School in his native...
Samantha Barnes ’98: Tips for Improving the Work Culture
Samantha Barnes of Raddish: “5 Things That Managers and Executives Should Be Doing To Improve Their Work Culture” “Respect your employee’s time — not just at the office but outside of the office. We moved to unlimited PTO and WFH days very early on, because as a female founder...
Jeff Silverman ’83: Helping First Responders and Healthcare Workers During the Pandemic
Interview with Jeff Silverman: 3D Printer from Southern Vermont Healthcare: “Jeff Silverman is a Wilmington native, a volunteer firefighter, and a business owner. From an addition to his Whitingham, Vermont, farm house, his company, Inertia Unlimited, develops camera technology for broadcast television. “We make them out of thin air,”...
Mujib Mushal ’07: NY Times Senior Correspondent
Mujib Mashal is The New York Times senior correspondent in Afghanistan. Before joining the paper, he wrote for magazines such as The Atlantic, Harper’s, Time and others. He began his journalism career as an intern with The Times’s bureau in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2010, before moving on to work...
Peter Melnik ’87: Doing His Part to Help During the Pandemic
DEERFIELD — “A local dairy farmer did his “small part” last week to help those during the COVID-19 pandemic by donating milk that went to families in need. Peter Melnik, co-owner of Bar-Way Farm in Deerfield, said he did it as part of the “Farmers Feeding Families” event in...
Rob McDowell ’81: A COVID-19 Survivor’s Story
From Multichannel News on April 10, 2020 “When communications attorney Robert McDowell started feeling a little under the weather last month, he chalked it up to seasonal allergies and related bronchitis and got the usual antibiotic from his primary care physician. Then his symptoms worsened. It wasn’t seasonal allergies. After a...
Don Hindman ’83: Helping the Healthcare Emergency
JOHNSON PIVOTS TO HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Centennial, CO, April 10, 2020. Johnson Storage & Moving Company, headquartered here, announced today that it has begun assisting hospitals with emergency supply chain management, including warehousing, transportation, and installation of critical medical equipment and supplies. The 120 year-old company described...
His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan ’80 – The Coronavirus: A Race to Respond
King of Jordan joins Face the Nation CBSN Apr 19, 2020 “Unless we work together we are not going to overcome this the way we need to.” Click to watch here on CBSN