Love of Sport Spans Nations
After a failed attempt at karate and a short career as a flamenco dancer, Sofia Ayuso ’21 discovered the sport to which she would dedicate herself — tennis. Ayuso tried the sport because her older sister was playing — a story that most older siblings can relate to.
Keeping Your Tires on Track
For 34 years fleet supervisor Rex Cutchall has been keeping the wheels turning on Bucknell’s now 186 cars, trucks, vans and Gator utility vehicles. Cutchall, a recipient this spring of the John F. Zeller Memorial Award for support staff excellence, shares tips on changing flats and other tire care.
Planning Financial Futures
Loren Fishkind Ward ’07 is a vice president and wealth management adviser at Merrill Lynch in New York City who educates her clients and empowers them to feel comfortable about their financial futures. In July, Ward, a certified financial planner who majored in international relations and Spanish, was recognized by inclusion in Forbes’ America’s Top Next-Generation Wealth Advisors list.
300 Bucks and a Second Chance
Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone ’57, P’83 never intended to pen his memoir, not even after former Creative Artists Agency CEO Michael Ovitz broached the subject at the investment firm Allen & Company’s annual Sun Valley Conference in Idaho four years ago.