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Mike Goldfarb, left, who suffers from polycystic kidney disease PKD, is in need of a kidney. In 2012, fraternity brother Gene Fatula, right, donated one of his.

Terp Alum’s Kidney Gift Sparks Decade-long Friendship and New Search for Donor

Gene Fatula ’88 (right) described his father, Edward, as a noncompliant diabetic. In 1998, at the age of 61, he suffered a heart attack at his son’s Philadelphia-area home and...
Bill Kennedy '69

Terp Writer's Corner - Bill Kennedy's 'Dark Side of the Moon'

Bill Kennedy ‘69, is the Sci-Fi author of three novels, “The Dark Side of the Moon” and “The Dark Side of the Moon: The Return (a duology), and “Angels in the Desert". He...
Photo of Legacy Award Nominee Alice Horowitz

Alumni Excellence Awards: Legacy Award Winner Alice Horowitz

The numbers tell the story: 15 percent of children aged 5 to 19, many of them poor, have untreated cavities, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. While...
Michelle Riley

10 for TEN: Michelle Riley ’12

It’s time to make yourself a priority. Michelle Riley ’12, founder of Fierce and Fit, customizes online training and nutrition plans to empower women at all stages of life to...
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Making Meaningful Connections, with Rachel Edsall ‘20

A global pandemic created a unique work experience for this 2020 University of Maryland grad. As a public health major, she knows her role is increasingly vital each day, so she...