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|Wednesday, September 30, 2015|
EFS alumna Julia Badgley '12 recently traveled to Seoul, South Korea, to take part in the World Cup competition for Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE), where her team from Mount St. Mary’s won third place with their company Sweet Fortunes.
|Mona Fetouh ’86 to deliver commencement address|
|Friday, March 20, 2015|
Elmwood Franklin will proudly welcome alumna Mona Fetouh ’86 as the graduation speaker at the EFS Class of 2015 commencement ceremony this June.
|Omar Fetouh ’92 receives promotion at WBFO|
|Tuesday, February 24, 2015|
WBFO-FM 88.7 has promoted EFS alumnus Omar Fetouh ’92 from program host/reporter to assistant news director. His responsibilities now include coordinating reporting assignments and managing the station’s web content and social media sites.
|Henry Keane ’11 Named WIVB Scholar Athlete|
|Tuesday, January 13, 2015|
EFS alumnus Henry Keane ’11, team captain on both the swim team and crew team at City Honors, was featured as WIVB Channel 4’s Scholar Athlete for January. The designation recognizes the outstanding efforts of students who excel in academics and sports.
|Alumni Authors Monica Barnett ’85 and Ron Irwin ’79 |
|Tuesday, June 3, 2014|
Elmwood Franklin alumna Monica Barnett has published the definitive guide to finding your personal style. Her book, Without Saying a Word: The Silent Power of Style, is available on Amazon.com.
|Food and culture scholar Charlotte Biltekoff ’85 publishes book|
|Thursday, May 15, 2014|
Charlotte Biltekoff, EFS Class of 1985, has published a book entitled Eating Right in America: The Cultural Politics of Food and Health (2013, Duke University Press), described as a “powerful critique of dietary reform in the United States from the emergence of nutritional science through the contemporary alternative food movement and campaign against obesity.”
|Amelia Kermis Lindborg ’03 awarded prestigious Presidential Management Fellowship|
|Thursday, May 15, 2014|
Amelia Kermis Lindborg '03 has been awarded a Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF). She will be working to increase public awareness of food safety issues with the Department of Agriculture. The PMF program is a flagship leadership development program created more than three decades ago by Executive Order with the goal of developing a cadre of potential government leaders.
|Ari Goldfarb ’06 Receiving Literary Attention|
|Thursday, April 17, 2014|
Ari Goldfarb's poem "Blue Balloon" was featured on the literary blog Americana Lit. Ari also has work forthcoming in Spitmag and fiction terrifica. He recently published his first book of poetry, entitled Over Growing Childhood, available on Amazon, and is currently working on a novel. Check out Ari’s book (written under the pen name R. K. Gold) at http://www.amazon.com/Over-Growing-Childhood-innocence-winded/dp/1494988054.
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