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David Chivers ‘98 now Register publisher

Featured in: Des Moines Register

David Chivers ’98 has been named president and publisher of The Des Moines Register and regional president of U.S. Community Publishing Central Group. Chivers, who has worked for several of the world’s top media companies, will also help oversee the Iowa City Press-Citizen, the St. Cloud Times, the Argus Leader, the Springfield News-Leader and The Baxter Bulletin. Read…

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Louise Billmeyer ’85 leads Walk to Defeat ALS

Featured in: Business Record

Louise Billmeyer ’85 will serve as corporate chair for Des Moines Walk to Defeat ALS.

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Musician Trevor Sensor ’16 on BBC Radio 1

Featured in: Juice Magazine

Trevor Sensor ’16, an English major from Sterling, Ill., has gone from Iowa open mics to U.K. radio.

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Photographer Kerri Salow Hays ‘07 covers World Wood Day

Featured in: WHOtv

Kerri Salow Hays ‘07 just returned from a life-changing trip to Eskisehir, Turkey.

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Ashley Scolaro: Inspiring Professor Under 40

Featured in: NerdWallet

Assistant professor of psychology Ashley Scolaro is featured among NerdWallet’s 40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire for sharing her passion for the brain and cutting-edge research with students.

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Michael Uthe ’11 runs small business in Grimes

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Michael Uthe ’11 bought Spirits liquor store in Grimes right after graduating from Central with a business management degree.

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Kelly Dooley ’08

Featured in: KCCI

Kelly Dooley ’08 is a firefighter and paramedic, one of about 11,000 women out of the total 350,000 firefighters in the U.S.

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Gabriel Espinosa featured at Tucson Jazz Festival

Featured in: AXS

Gabriel Espinosa, associate professor of music, recently performed in Tucson, Ariz., with instrumentalist and composer Hendrik Meurkens.

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Kathie Flood ’86 starts video game company

Featured in: Des Moines Register

Kathie Flood ’86 started her own company, an independent game studio.

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Teacher Jayce Carter ’13 recognized for positive impact

Featured in: KWBG

Jayce Carter ’13, a middle school teacher, received the Dedicated, Outstanding and Respected Service (DORS) award from the Boone School Board for her positive impact on students, staff and parents.

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