Jacob Kulin ’90 is an iron-hot, award-winning artist whose work can be seen in indoor and outdoor spaces throughout Boston and around the country. His sculptures are commissioned by corporate entities, public groups, and private individuals, often for upwards of six figures. They call upon imagination, ingenuity, engineering, craftsmanship and artistry. And yet, he is reticent to acknowledge his success.
US Olympic bobsled pilot Jamie Greubel Poser, of Washington Crossing, and teammate Aja Evans took third place at the BMW International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Championships that took place on January 13th in Winterberg, Germany.
When we dream, rarely do we dream about the road that needs to be traveled en route to reaching our goals; rather, we usually just dream about the destination. Everyone wants to “make it,” but few realize the dangers and hazards that exist on that road. For Jen Jacob ’07, her ride to landing roles in a hit show like HBO’s “Girls,” critically acclaimed movies such as Begin Again or her current Off-Broadway production American Play, has been anything but smooth. She’ll be the first to admit that she has not “made it” by any means, but her ability to handle such counteracting forces along with a commitment to stay well-rounded help drive her early success.
In her short time at Things Remembered, Lisa Gavales has swiftly laid out a vision of a personalized, omni-channel brand that will engage and delight the customer and lead the company to its next phase of growth. In addition, she has expeditiously made operational changes that provide the foundation for the company to test and learn exactly what the customer responds to best in order to navigate the highly competitive retail environment.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.