Fall 2017 Cover Story

Driven to Succeed

A love of cars has taken Kathryn Marinello, B.S.’78, in a new career direction: She now serves as CEO of rental-car giant Hertz.

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A view of the Irish Hunger Museum

Art For Art's Sake

Renowned sculptor Brian Tolle, B.A.’86, and Joseph Carlucci, B.A.’99, head of Sales & Marketing at Crozier, followed different paths to rewarding careers in the art field.

Hany Farid

Father of Digital Forensics

Hany Farid, M.S.’92, caught the research bug at the University at Albany. Now, he’s using his knowledge to combat the digital proliferation of extremist propaganda and child pornography.

The Truth About Fake News

The Truth About Fake News

What is fake news, and how can viewers, listeners, and readers know they’re not falling for less-than-reputable reportage? Paul Grondahl, M.A.’84, Azi Paybarah, B.A.’01, and Tarryn Mento, B.A.’09, offer some suggestions to help leery audiences spot dubious journalism.

News Sense

By working hard and upholding high standards, Stephanie Landsman, B.A.’97; Ryan Nobles, M.P.A.’05; and Joelle Garguilo, B.S.’03, have succeeded in a tough profession.

Station Identification

Four alumni recall their days at WCDB and its forerunner, WSUA.