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As Between Times continues to win awards at international film festivals, Oscar buzz grows for animator Ru Kuwahata '00.
This year Dunn School says goodbye to three long-time employees: Ralph Lowe, Tom Holmes and Anne Greenough, who dedicated a combined 74 years of service to Dunn.
Our condolences to the family on the passing of Andrew Rork Getty '85
Michael Tetteh '07, a former player for the Seattle Sounders, talks about how soccer saved him as a young boy in Ghana.
Fifi Baiden '10 stops by campus for a visit and to donate a team jersey from the Columbus Crew, the MLS team he played for last year.
Max Werk '05 and business partner Chris Kunkle show students how they combined their talents to turn their favorite hobbies into a profitable business.
Hodgkins survivor Jack Marshall Shimko '99 started the nonprofit, We Are Ocean, to introduce other cancer survivors to the healing power of the ocean. His story was featured in the April edition of Riviera magazine.
Jacob Grant '93 and Courtney deLongpre '00 have been making a name for themselves among Santa Ynez Valley foodies. Both were featured in the most recent issues of Edible Santa Barbara.
Ru Kuwahata '00 and her husband Max Porter combine hand-crafted puppets and set pieces with digital animation to create their short films.
David Armstrong '86 is part of a team of researchers at the University of Arizona working to combine consumer technology with medical applications.
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