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A. Pierce Bounds
Class of 1971
A. Pierce Bounds '71 recently opened his photography exhibition at the Carlisle Arts and Learning Center.
"Pierce Bounds: Rediscovery" is a retrospective of 35 black-and-white photographs, newly printed by hand in the darkroom on gelatin silver paper from the original negatives, some of which are over 45 years old. "Rediscovery" is meticulously curated, with each photo as strong as the next. The exhibition is on display through Feb. 7.
Gerald J. Schirato '02 was named partner by Duane Morris LLP. Schirato represents clients in complex commercial litigation with a focus on property-tax relief, non-compete, trade secrets and banking.
He has represented banks, lenders and loan servicers in lender litigation and liability actions, predatory lending claims, and federal consumer class and individual actions, including actions under the Fair Debt Collection Law, the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law. He has extensive experience representing clients in products liability, toxic torts, real estate and construction litigation.
Daniel C. Lawson
Class of 1975
Daniel C. Lawson '75 of the Pittsburgh law firm Meyer, Darragh, Buckkler, Bebenek & Eck has been appointed legislative consultant for the American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI).
Lawson will work closely with legislators, members and other constituents on an expanding, aggressive legislative plan, continuing AKTI's successes clarifying and repealing knife laws. He will coordinate AKTI's Legislative Committee's activities on the state and federal level.
Class of 1974
The Bucks County Academy of Fencing, founded by Mark Holbrow '74, recently celebrated its 34th anniversary.
Holbrow, who started a fencing club at Dickinson while a student and then served as an assistant coach at Princeton University, earned his fencing master's certification in 1986. He was a member of the U.S. team that competed in the World Fencing Masters Championship in Stuttgart, Germany, that year and was part of the three-man team that won the bronze medal in sabre.
Class of 1989
Kathleen Scheier '89, vice president for standards and practices for A&E Television Networks, was recently the speaker at the Thursday Morning Club's "Wise Wonderful Women" luncheon meeting in Madison, Wis.
Scheier's position with A&E includes monitoring the content of the History Channel and "FYI." Her topic was "How the (Bleep) Did I Get Here: My Journey to Becoming a Television Censor."
Class of 1991
Since graduating from Dickinson and getting his J.D. at American University, Rob Borden '91 has lived and breathed the excitement, controversies and history of Capitol Hill for nearly 20 years.
This past July he was named director of oversight for Kevin McCarthy, the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives. Learn more.
Class of 1986
Elena Cox '86 has trail-blazed a diverse career in nonprofit leadership.
Now the former English major is CEO and creator of vibeffect, a start-up based in Washington, D.C., that uses a newly patented method for predicting the best college environment for prospective students. Learn more.
Class of 1963
Reno DiOrio '63 was featured in the Wheeling News-Register about his experience delivering the Armed Forces Qualification Test to Cassius Clay, better known as Muhammed Ali.
Caption: Former Linsly School headmaster Reno DiOrio '63 holds the Armed Forces Qualification Test he administered to Cassius Clay. Photo by Dorsey Kindler.
Class of 2012
For Olivia Stevens '12, Kyrgyzstan is more than just a small nation trying to find its footing in global politics; it's a country with a rich and fascinating culture and her home for the indefinite future. Learn more.
Class of 2001
Sean Finnegan '01 recently spoke with honors physics students about how there's no one-size-fits-all solution for science graduates. Learn more.