In what has been dubbed as one of the greatest comebacks in the history of “The Game” (Harvard vs. Yale), Kurt Rawlings ’16 led Yale to victory in the last 88 seconds of the game. He ranked 4th nationally in points per game and was names a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, the FCS Offensive Player of the Year, and was named Ivy League’s 2019 Football Player of the Year and Asa S. Bushnell Cup recipient.
Larry Clarke ’82 wrote, produced, directed and starred in Three Days with Dad, also starring Tom Arnold, Brian Dennehy, Leslie Ann Warren and JK Simmons. His movie is now available for viewing on Amazon, Comcast & ITunes. Larry lives in Los Angeles with his wife, writer & comedienne Fielding Edlow, and daughter, Ellis.
After spending 16 years in forensic science, Dr. Susan Blankenship ’86 moved into academia, where she is currently the program chair and professor for the Investigative Forensics Program at the University of Maryland University College and earned her Doctor of Management in 2015.
John Carroll alumni and fellow Foreign Service Officers Jennifer McIntyre ’87, Cheryl (Pitts) Fernandes ’86 and Valerie Chittenden ’92 [pictured left-to-right] recently met up at the U.S. State Department for a mini reunion. Jennifer is heading to Baghdad this summer to oversee support services for the diplomatic mission in Iraq. Cheryl is the Director of the State Department office responsible for U.S. foreign policy relations with the countries of the Caucasus.