Philip received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drama from the University of Miami, a Master of Fine Arts in playwriting from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in theatre from the University of Colorado. His first play, “The Hunter”, was produced at the University of Minnesota as a part of his master’s degree requirements. “Dark Twist” was staged by the Actors Ensemble Theatre of Boulder, Colorado. “The Purer, Brighter Years” premiered at the Old Town Playhouse in Traverse City, Michigan. “Here’s Hoping”, commissioned by Northern Michigan Planned Parenthood for the Troupe Teen Theatre Company, was presented in Petoskey, MI.
Craig, who works for Sports Media Technology (SMT), won an Emmy for his team’s role in Super Bowl 50. Craig’s team was also nominated for an Emmy for their work on the Belmont Stakes.
The Emmys have different categories and SMT was nominated for quite a few. The category Technical Team Remote, consisted of the technical crew for a show on locations versus a studio show. This category included the cameramen, engineers, graphics operator, audio technician, etc. It's an Emmy to reward the people who are more behind the scenes.
Alok Harwani ’09
Alok proposed to Stacy Henthorne on February 11, 2017, and she said yes!
Zeinab Abbas Khalil '10
Zeinab will graduate with her master's in public policy in May 2017, from Yale University where she is focused on international development, civil-society mobilization, and democratization. Zeinab will begin working at Open Society Foundations (OSF) in NYC shortly after graduation in the office as the President.