Susan Dellinger (PhDComm) published a book titled Communicating Beyond Our Differences in 1996. The book has now been translated into eight languages, including Arabic, Japanese and Russian. In 2018, Susan created a communication training company called Psycho-Geometrics LLC, which now has 44 licensed trainers in 10 countries worldwide.

Posted Oct. 30, 2018
Ken Jones (Jour) is a tax attorney for Eversheds Sutherland in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Previously he was a partner with a Big Four accounting firm, beginning in its D.C.-based national tax office before becoming a national partner in charge of the firm’s tax controversy services practice.
Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Attorney William Blackwell (Advert) of Zephyr Cove, Nevada, will be featured in the documentary Lust For Gold, A Race Against Time, in the October 2020 Arizona Film Festival. It follows a team of adventurers, including William, that are on a quest for gold in the mountains of Eastern Arizona. 

Posted Nov. 11, 2020

John Poimiroo (MJour) was named Writer of the Year by the Outdoor Writers Association of California. He was recognized for his many achievements, including four first-place awards: Best Outdoor Feature Photograph, Best Outdoor Photographic Series, Best Outdoor Video and Best Outdoor Internet Site.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Marc Wilson (Jour), chairman emeritus of TownNews, the digital services company he co-founded in 1989, was elected president of the Inland Press Foundation in 2020. During his career, he worked as a journalist for three daily newspapers, five bureaus of The Associated Press, and was editor/publisher of the Bigfork Eagle in Kalispell, Montana, for 14 years. He is author of two published books, and he and his wife, Virginia (Jour’69), live in Loveland.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

E. Thomas McClanahan (Jour) is enjoying retirement and working on his second novel. His first novel, Pranked, is available on Amazon.

Posted Dec. 1, 2022