Bradley Hilltopics - Spring 2011
From saving the lives of Rwandan mothers and babies to
bringing hope to Haiti through music, the Bradley family
touches lives around the world.
Mechanical engineering, communications, theater and music students spent January Interim in L.A., gaining real-world experience.
The Practice House opened 100 years ago and served as
a hands-on lab for domestic science students until 1959.
A career path that happened “mostly by chance” led ROB LYERLA ’79 to become one of the world’s leading experts on HIV/AIDS.
Steve Frykholm ’65 has spent more than 40 years defining the graphic identity of Herman Miller Inc. He recently won the AIGA Medal for his work.