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The Times Herald-Record (New York) profiled Samyr Laine, L'10, who will represent Haiti in the triple jump at the Olympic Games in London, January 30, 2012.
"Civil Rights Lawyers Juggle Mission, Family Life," an article in the Washington Post, January 29, 2012, featuring Lisa Mottet, L'01.
"A New Generation of Nuclear Plants," coverage in the Charlotte Observer, January 29, 2012, featuring Jeffrey Merrifield, L'92, senior vice president of Shaw Power Group.
"One Historic Recruiting Year at Holy Cross," an installment in Fortune's "The Weekly Read," which featured the new book Fraternity, January 27, 2012. The book chronicles the lives of a group of young African-American men, including Art Martin, L'73, who were recruited to Holy Cross the same year. Martin became deputy attorney general of New Jersey.
A news obituary for longtime Municipal Court Judge G. Scott Nebergall, LL.M.'78, appeared in the Tiverton Patch (Rhode Island), January 21, 2012.
A news obituary for Paul Luckern, L'59, LL.M.'64, the longest-serving administrative law judge in International Trade Commission history, appeared in the Blog of Legal Times, January 19, 2012.
Reuters reported that Allen Lo, L'99, will become deputy general counsel at Google, January 19, 2012.
A news obituary for Daniel Stack, LL.M.'55, appeared in Newsday, January 17, 2013.
An interview with new law librarian of Congress David Mao, L'93, appeared in the Washington Examiner, January 15, 2012.