In this issue, Winter 2008 By Ann Killion
. A Beijing Olympic scrapbook. By Steven Boyd Saum
. For more than 300 years, the role of Yale University’s chaplain has never been filled by a woman, a layperson, or a Catholic—until now. Meet Sharon M. K. Kugler ’81
. By Michael G. Boughton, S.J.
How six decrees define the mission of the Society of Jesus in the years to come. By Michael S. Malone ’75, MBA ’77
. Without meaning to, America has reinvented itself as a nation of entrepreneurs. For better and for worse, the repercussions will be global. And guess where you’ll find the epicenter. By Alicia K. Gonzales ’09
. They’re under 40, they’ve come from near and far, but now these educators, entrepreneurs, execs, and attorneys call Silicon Valley home. And the local business media say they’re ones to watch. By Emily Elrod ’05
. As a prosecutor, Laura Rogers ’84
took on cases against sex offenders who stepped straight out of every parent’s nightmare. Now at the Department of Justice, she’s trying to make sure that when these convicted criminals come out of prison, they don’t have any place to hide—on the map or on the Web.