Baltazar Fedalizo (Class of ’97, B.A., Communications) was recruited to the United States Navy Supply
Core Officer Corps, a program for able-bodied entrepreneurs and high-level executives under the age of 40.
Officer-candidates are chosen from those who have demonstrated an ability to manage and scale financial
challenges while meeting milestones in their own or a corporation’s goals.
Nature photographer Beth Shibata (Class of '90, M.A., English/Linguistics/TESL) will be showing her
latest work at the Madrona Marsh Nature Center in “Sankaku, Shikaku, Maru,” a solo show that runs
August 21- October 6.
On a sweltering July day, Michael Biscan is turned out
in an authentic 1940s wool uniform much like the one his paratrooper uncle would have worn when he and
the other soldiers of the 82nd Airborne joined the invasion of Normandy. Biscan’s vintage outfit marks
him as a guide at the Fort MacArthur Museum and the Battery Osgood-Farley, which provided strategic
support for the Pacific Fleet during World Wars I and II.
Photo above, (L-R): Martin Chavez (Class of '82, B.S., Public Administration; '83, MPA),
development officer, Human Resources; Margaret Hernandez, director of contracts and purchasing;
and Michael DiBernardo (Class of ’82, B.A., Marketing), director of planning and research. Photo by Joanie Harmon