Alice Handelman, BJ ’65

Alice Handelman, BJ ’65, will receive the 2013 Honoree Award of the Women’s Auxiliary for the Jewish Aged (former The Auxiliary JCA) on June 11 in St. Louis. An award-winning journalist, photographer and public relations consultant, she was the community relations director at the former Jewish Center for Aged for 18 years following 10 years … Continued

Stewart Scott, BJ ’64

Stewart Scott, BJ ’64, is the author of “Diary of a Mall Santa.” The book includes true vignettes of moments with children or adults during the days leading up to Christmas. A former creative writer and director in advertising, Scott has portrayed Santa for four years at Lincoln Mall near his home in Homewood, N.J. … Continued

After a career as a magazine editor and freelancer writer and editor, Carolyn Mulford, MA ’62, has sold the first two mysteries in a series. Five Star/Gale, Cengage will publish Show Me the Murder in February 2013 and Show Me the Deadly Deer in December 2013. The protagonist is a former CIA covert operative who … Continued

Tim Fenton, BJ ’65

After a long career in advertising and direct marketing in New York – and a brief one in Connecticut in real estate – Tim Fenton, BJ ’65, has been retired for five years and living in Davis, Calif. Fenton’s “retirement gig” is working in California state Democratic politics. “I am proud to say we had … Continued

Ralph Lowenstein, PhD ’67

Three generations of Lowensteins pose for a Mizzou shout out. Ralph Lowenstein, PhD ’67, former chair of the News-Editorial Department at the Missouri School of Journalism, is dean emeritus of the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida. Daughter Joan Lowenstein, BJ ’78, practices First Amendment and intellectual property law in Ann … Continued

Barney Calame, BJ ’61

Barney Calame, BJ ’61, is a visiting business journalism professor at the Missouri School of Journalism this semester. bit.ly/S3NAUj

Stewart Scott, BJ ’64

Stewart Scott, BJ ’64, is the author of “Dairy of a Mall Santa,” available as a Kindle book on Amazon.com. The book includes 113 stories, mostly about meetings with children, but a few stories are about encounters with adults. One story, for example, is about a young, unmarried couple. They marched into Santa Land smiling … Continued

Bob Lewis, MA ’66

Bob Lewis, MA ’66, aka Tumbleweed Smith on the radio, was honored as the Texas Media Award recipient at the Texas Society Daughters of the American Revolution state conference. The award is presented to an individual who has contributed greatly to American culture within the historical, educational or patriotic objectives of the DAR national society. … Continued

Eloise Hatfield, BJ ’69

Eloise Hatfield, BJ ’69, is working as a volunteer data entry typist at the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis in Jennings, Mo.