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The co-owners of breweries from Radford and Christiansburg were on campus Oct. 16 for the annual World Food Day Lecture Symposium. The theme was “Water is Life, Water is Food,” but the discussion covered a variety of topics related to sustaining a business in today’s markets.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Grant Anders ’18, who now works for the Baltimore Orioles as a player development analyst, shares the sheer joy of “being a part of wins in the big leagues,” and Alexandria (Virginia) Police Capt. Courtney Ballantine ’00 discusses his summer spent participating in the FBI National Academy, which included a sprint along Quantico’s famed “Yellow Brick Road.”
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Andrew Pierce, currently the acting chief financial officer for the Peace Corps, encouraged attendees at March's Truist Global Capitalism Lecture to find ways to volunteer their time: “Even if you didn't buy into the altruism... the idea of giving back to your community is a good thing to do."
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Six business students who will graduate this month received acknowledgment at the Davis College of Business and Economics Honors Ceremony, held Dec. 1.