New York Times
Jac Jemc '05 is a finalist for the PEN Prize for her debut novel, My Only Wife.
(Arlington Heights) Daily Herald
Former Titan quarterback Tom Kudyba '06 will coach in Brazil's first professional American Football League.
Among "moviedom's best & brightest," Richard Jenkins '69 is on a Postmedia film critic's list of "5 actors who make films better."
(Orange County, Texas) Record
Dreamscapes, an exhibit by artist Earl Staley '60, is on view at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas.
Melynda Chlebek '08 was sworn in as a new police officer in Romeoville.
Sammi Grant '12, starring in Spectralia Theatre's touring production of "The Comedy of Errors," says being legally blind hasn't hindered her performing career.
Katie Stapleton '16 is raising funds to compete in the Miss Illinois USA pageant.
Robert Wierema '07 has joined Lockton, the world's largest privately held insurance broker, at its Chicago office.
The Paris Blog
Miranda Crispin '00 teaches at the American Conservatory L'Ecole Koenig and is starring in "The Last Five Years" at L'Auguste Theatre in Paris.