Ual Bradley, Jr., is out to save the world, one bee at a time. As a founder of the Miami, Fla.-based urban beekeeping company Honey Bee City, Ual has channeled his passion for service and community—which were cultivated during his years at Loyola and career in the U.S. Army and later as a federal agent—into educating communities about the impact of urban beekeeping. Originally from Georgia, Ual grew up in Germany and Baltimore before enrolling at Loyola, where he was a member of Loyola’s ROTC program. Today he is dedicated to educating communities about bee conservation.
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This 2007 graduate fuses her passion for art history with her desire to make art accessible at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas
Speech pathologist shares work with the Cadet Corps program at the Maryland School for the Deaf
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