Jackie Renzetti

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Tale of a troubadour

A stop at a flea market during a road trip home from a vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., sparked Brian Wheat’s musical career as a preteen.   “I think my parents were fed up with my sister and I, so


Tate Lab to undergo two-year renovation

Since his arrival to Tate Laboratory of Physics in 1959, physics professor William Zimmermann said the building has seen periodic updates to its labs. Now, it’s in for a total makeover.  


Spotlight on Alison Scott

As a McNally Smith College of Music 2005 graduate, Alison Scott entered a singer-songwriting competition and unwittingly kicked off the rest of her music career.    Since winning the contest ten years ago, Scott has released four albums and performed in venue


Breaking barriers in basketball

As a coach and behavior specialist at Cedar Riverside Community School, Jennifer Weber witnessed East African girls struggling to handle their skirts or keep their hijabs intact while playing sports   “Teams were forming, the girls were being active, but there was nothing for them to wear,” Weber said.


Maiden Dixie to play the Cabooze

When Jonathan Krentz returned from his six-year service in the National Guard band, he joined the first country band he could find.    When that