Magdaleno “Leno” Rose-Avila (Comm) is the executive director of Witness to Innocence, an organization dedicated to empowering exonerated death row survivors. His long history of civil and human rights work includes directorial positions at Amnesty International and serving as executive director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in Seattle, Washington. 

Posted Oct. 24, 2017

In 2017, Barbara Vobejda (Jour) was named deputy managing editor of The Washington Post.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

John Estabrook (Advert) lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he has owned and operated the windows and doors branch of Pella Corp. since 1997. He and his two partners recently purchased Pella Mid-Atlantic, which serves Maryland, Northern Virginia, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.

Posted Nov. 12, 2019

Susan Blickhahn Caragol (Jour'75) and Phil Caragol (Comm'75) celebrated 43 years of marriage and 37 years at their PR and advertising firm Caragol Communications. After many years in New York City and San Francisco, they returned to the Front Range and continue to write and create. Look for “Buffalo Phil” at CU football games firing up the crowd.

Posted Aug. 5, 2020

Susan Blickhahn Caragol (Jour) and Phil Caragol (Comm) celebrated 43 years of marriage and 37 years at their PR and advertising firm, Caragol Communications. After many years in New York City and San Francisco, they returned to the Front Range and continue to write and create. Look for “Buffalo Phil” at CU football games firing up the crowd.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020