June 21, 2019

Making The Call

Guershon Cherilien ’01, MS ’03 brings a profoundly personal passion to his work as a…

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June 21, 2019

Anywhere that is Wild

As Olivia Magni ’18, a crew lead for the United States Forest Service, made her…

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June 21, 2019

Remarkable

It had been more than 30 years since American International College football standout Mark Cordeiro…

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June 18, 2019

A Dream and a Plan

For 31 years he’s served his home state from the nation’s capital. For more than…

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June 14, 2019

You are the light

Foreign students seek the challenge and adventure of attending college in another country. For many…

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June 14, 2019

The Pryce is Right

If you’re lucky enough to chat with Earl T. Pryce ’00, one of the things…

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January 08, 2019

I Learned to be Myself

As director of Patient Care Services, Neurosciences and Critical Care at Baystate Medical Center, Jaime…

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January 08, 2019

Quiet Authority

An inspiring family legacy can be a powerful influence. Just ask Denise Jordan, MS ’99,…

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January 08, 2019

A Tale of Two Sisters

Red Rose Pizzeria is a Springfield, Massachusetts, institution. Regulars and first-time visitors alike know good…

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January 08, 2019

High Rollers

MGM Springfield is one of the largest and most ambitious economic development endeavors western New…

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January 08, 2019

Indomitable

Robert Fleischner ’51 will never forget the Korean War. “I had murder all around me”…

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January 08, 2019

They Called Us the Continentals

Mary Raissi Stewart ’42, HON ’13 may have graduated AIC more than 75 years ago,…

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June 10, 2018

10,000 Hours

Lou Maiuri ’86, an executive vice president at State Street, one of the world’s oldest…

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June 06, 2018

A Starzyk is Born

In 1984, David Starzyk graduated from AIC with a degree and a dream. Determined to…

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June 06, 2018

Back in the Game

It was December of 1960, and Jim Calhoun ’68,  Hon ’00 knew what he had…

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June 06, 2018

Seeing Red

As a catcher for American International College in 1991, Dana Levangie hit .462 with 13…

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June 06, 2018

Heart of a Champion

When a cardiac condition put her rugby playing career—and possibly her educational future—in doubt, AIC…

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June 04, 2018

Extraoardinary

Ken Geromini ’68, MS ’72 was a part of AIC crew when it was in…

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November 30, 2017

The Right Call

Any fan old enough to remember the 1994 Stanley Cup finals will remember the final…

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November 20, 2017

Keeping an Eye on the Money

From city kid to AIC Men’s Hockey standout to corporate executive, Bill Condon ’77 is…

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May 07, 2017

The Long Road Back Home

Shanetia Chapman began her academic career at American International College in the fall of 1993….

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May 07, 2017

The Center of Safety

Chris Dion ’80, public safety manager for Springfield’s MassMutual Center, is the man you never…

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May 06, 2017

The Home and the Heart

Elle (Łoś) Englander ’91 was forced from her home two months shy of her sixteenth…

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April 23, 2017

Remembering an Extraordinary Life

AIC Alumna Clara Swan ’39 1912. It was the year that saw the opening of…

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November 16, 2016

The Lost Art of Duckpin Bowling

As duckpin bowling inexorably fades away, the sport’s top woman and a few dozen certified…

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November 15, 2016

Son of Springfield

Keshawn Dodds, ’01, ’09 MEd returns to the Springfield Boys and Girls Club Family Center…

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November 14, 2016

A Chat with Glendora

The eclectic Glendora Vesta Folsom Buell ’50 takes time from her busy schedule to talk…

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November 13, 2016

A Company with Sole

Most people don’t have dreams about starting sock companies, but Lenny Underwood ’04, ’05 MPA…

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July 18, 2016

Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Yellow Jacket

Sonya “The Scholar” Lamonakis, MEd ‘01, knows how to win. She’s a world champion in women’s…

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July 17, 2016

Fostering Success

Look ahead and give back. That’s AIC nursing student Ben Gonzalez’s ’16 approach to learning…

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Making The Call

Guershon Cherilien ’01, MS ’03 brings a profoundly personal passion to his work as a…

Read More

Anywhere that is Wild

As Olivia Magni ’18, a crew lead for the United States Forest Service, made her…

Read More

Remarkable

It had been more than 30 years since American International College football standout Mark Cordeiro…

Read More

A Dream and a Plan

For 31 years he’s served his home state from the nation’s capital. For more than…

Read More

You are the light

Foreign students seek the challenge and adventure of attending college in another country. For many…

Read More

The Pryce is Right

If you’re lucky enough to chat with Earl T. Pryce ’00, one of the things…

Read More

I Learned to be Myself

As director of Patient Care Services, Neurosciences and Critical Care at Baystate Medical Center, Jaime…

Read More

Quiet Authority

An inspiring family legacy can be a powerful influence. Just ask Denise Jordan, MS ’99,…

Read More

A Tale of Two Sisters

Red Rose Pizzeria is a Springfield, Massachusetts, institution. Regulars and first-time visitors alike know good…

Read More

High Rollers

MGM Springfield is one of the largest and most ambitious economic development endeavors western New…

Read More

Indomitable

Robert Fleischner ’51 will never forget the Korean War. “I had murder all around me”…

Read More

They Called Us the Continentals

Mary Raissi Stewart ’42, HON ’13 may have graduated AIC more than 75 years ago,…

Read More

10,000 Hours

Lou Maiuri ’86, an executive vice president at State Street, one of the world’s oldest…

Read More

A Starzyk is Born

In 1984, David Starzyk graduated from AIC with a degree and a dream. Determined to…

Read More

Back in the Game

It was December of 1960, and Jim Calhoun ’68,  Hon ’00 knew what he had…

Read More

Seeing Red

As a catcher for American International College in 1991, Dana Levangie hit .462 with 13…

Read More

Heart of a Champion

When a cardiac condition put her rugby playing career—and possibly her educational future—in doubt, AIC…

Read More

Extraoardinary

Ken Geromini ’68, MS ’72 was a part of AIC crew when it was in…

Read More

The Right Call

Any fan old enough to remember the 1994 Stanley Cup finals will remember the final…

Read More

Keeping an Eye on the Money

From city kid to AIC Men’s Hockey standout to corporate executive, Bill Condon ’77 is…

Read More

The Long Road Back Home

Shanetia Chapman began her academic career at American International College in the fall of 1993….

Read More

The Center of Safety

Chris Dion ’80, public safety manager for Springfield’s MassMutual Center, is the man you never…

Read More

The Home and the Heart

Elle (Łoś) Englander ’91 was forced from her home two months shy of her sixteenth…

Read More

Remembering an Extraordinary Life

AIC Alumna Clara Swan ’39 1912. It was the year that saw the opening of…

Read More

The Lost Art of Duckpin Bowling

As duckpin bowling inexorably fades away, the sport’s top woman and a few dozen certified…

Read More

Son of Springfield

Keshawn Dodds, ’01, ’09 MEd returns to the Springfield Boys and Girls Club Family Center…

Read More

A Chat with Glendora

The eclectic Glendora Vesta Folsom Buell ’50 takes time from her busy schedule to talk…

Read More

A Company with Sole

Most people don’t have dreams about starting sock companies, but Lenny Underwood ’04, ’05 MPA…

Read More

Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Yellow Jacket

Sonya “The Scholar” Lamonakis, MEd ‘01, knows how to win. She’s a world champion in women’s…

Read More

Fostering Success

Look ahead and give back. That’s AIC nursing student Ben Gonzalez’s ’16 approach to learning…

Read More