JWU Magazine

Spring 2020 Features:

Thy Brothers’ Keeper

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Amadou Bility ’14 survived a brutal civil war in his native Liberia. Now, he’s using his own experiences — and skills gleaned from Johnson & Wales — to help young men in one of Denver’s toughest neighborhoods escape the cycle of violence.

Staying Neutral

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JWU is going green inside and out, and the shift — from the cafeteria to the curriculum — is viewed by faculty and students alike as a necessity for survival in a changing world.

Hoop Dreams

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TIANNA AYULO ’21 DIDN’T HAVE any other options. Committing to play women’s basketball at Johnson & Wales in North Miami was it for the native of nearby Hollywood, Florida.

Paying It Forward

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In the midst of the snowy winter of 1980, Professor Vasco de Jesus Rodrigues ’83 began his undergraduate education in Providence. Despite the New England weather, the Johnson & Wales community warmly welcomed the international student from Brazil.

Winter 2020

JWU Magazine

Spring 2019

Cover Story: The Ascent

After winning his first national championship, wrestler Jay Albis '19 doubled his efforts for a second title.

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Winter 2019

Cover Story: Game On

In a kitchen not much larger than a broom closet, performance cooks Kelsey Trent ’15 and Anthony DiCicco ’14 are prepping their stations. They are in Phoenix, at EXOS’ flagship 31,000-square-foot facility ...

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Archive

Winter 2020: Learning Beyond the Classroom

Summer 2019: Commencement 2019

Spring 2019: The Ascent

Winter 2019: Game On

Summer 2018: Commencement 2018

Spring 2018: Success

Winter 2018: The Peaceful Warrior

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