Alumni Family Business Takes Coffee “to the Heights”
Samantha Flanders (’15) is the co-founder of Verso L’alto Coffee Roasters, along with her sister and brother-in-law, Hannah (Flanders) and Johnny Richard (both ’13).
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Homecoming, Home Cooking: Graduate Returns to Head Up Dining Services
After attending high school in Western Massachusetts and spending four years at Thomas Aquinas College as a student, Tim Cosgrove (’95) has in many ways returned to his roots by coming to work on his alma mater’s budding New England campus. 
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Alumnus Entrepreneur Launches Tech Company for Investors
Last summer Brian Schardt (’16)  set off on his most ambitious venture yet, launching his own company, Iris, for which he serves as the chief executive and technical officer.
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Video: LA Catholics Features Alumnus Musician / Businessman
Earlier this year the Archdiocese of Los Angeles launched LA Catholics Stories, a series of videos about the region’s faithful. For its first profile, the series featured the above video about alumnus Jake DeTar (’11), a husband, father, musician, and entrepreneur.
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Alumnae Vintners Offer “Tasty Argument to Pass on Glass”
Five women winemakers — three of them Thomas Aquinas College alumnae — have come  up with  a novel way to make the most of these difficult times.
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Recent Graduate Elected City’s Mayor
Just five years after graduating from Thomas Aquinas College, and two after being elected to the City Council of Dunsmuir, California, Matthew Bryan (’15) has been elected the city’s mayor.
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EWTN Features Alumna Educator & Entrepreneur
Educational Entrepreneur Margaret Walsh (’15) recently appeared on consecutive episodes of EWTN’s At Home with Jim & Joy. 
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