Roger Crawford ’82

When Roger Crawford got the finger on his right hand stuck in a tennis racket, he realized he could play the game. He has a condition called ectrodactylism, the absence of fingers or toes.

Paul Picerni ’50

We all get the same 24 hours a day, but what actor Paul Picerni managed to do with his across six decades in Hollywood is remarkable. Raising eight children with Marie, his wife of 63 years, Picerni, now 87, played…

Christina English ’05

As a young girl growing up in San Jose, Calif., Christina English, an eager student of dance, piano and voice, dreamed of performing in musicals on Broadway. Instead, she ended up in opera, with an appearance at Carnegie Hall.

Gene Pingatore ’58

Most people in a position to rack up 1,000 wins over the course of their coaching career would probably revel in a milestone reached. Gene Pingatore revels in the work.