Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson *03 speaks at a news conference in 2020.
AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez

Running virtually unopposed, Eric Johnson *03 won reelection as mayor of Dallas, Texas, with 93% of the vote. — KERA News
A documentary on Peacock presents new information in the case of Erik and Lyle Menendez ’92, brothers who were convicted of murdering their parents in 1996. — The New York Times
Former Google executive Eric Schmidt ’76 is in a group making a bid to buy the Washington Commanders football team for $6 billion. — Fortune
As Gen. Mark Milley ’80’s four-year term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is ending, President Biden has reportedly picked Air Force chief Charles Q. Brown Jr. to next fill the post. — CNN
Douglas Emlen *94, a professor of evolutionary biology, is becoming the second-ever person from the University of Montana and only the fifth from the state to be inducted into the National Academy of Sciences. — University of Montana
Former Cleveland tight end Stephen Carlson ’19, who tore his ACL in a preseason game in August 2021 and missed that season, signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears. — The Chicago Sun-Times
An anthropology library that was put on the chopping block at the University of California, Berkeley, spurring student protests, has relied on support from Ralph Nader ’55, whose sister was the department’s first woman to gain a tenure-track position, in 1960. — The New York Times
Dennis Markatos–Soriano *08, executive director of the East Coast Greenway Alliance, said new trails crisscrossing the east coast are “sanctuaries of sanity” where people connect with nature and communities. — 34th Street Magazine
Gabriella Carter ’22, who quit her full-time job as a marketing analyst in finance to work on her business, Growing With Gabby, was profiled for CNBC Make It’s Millennial Money series. — CNBC
Martin Parkinson *90, Australia’s former treasury secretary, led a review of Australia’s immigration system that found a major increase in “temporary” migrants who stay in the country. — The Conversation

“There needs to be a shift in consciousness about what the arts are … it is a lot of process before you get to the product. And I think that the process part of it, needs to be supported financially.”

— Dance artist Sonja Dumas ’86, making a case for publicly supporting dance theaters as “laboratories” where practitioners should earn a living wage. — Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

 Historian William Deverell *89 said Los Angeles needs memorials to help remember the victims of an 1871 massacre of about 19 Chinese people. — KCRW
Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor ’76 and Neil Gorsuch are being criticized for not recusing themselves from copyright infringement cases involving their book publisher, Penguin Random House. — CNN
Executive producer and Homeland co-creator Howard Gordon ’84 will receive the 62nd Monte-Carlo Television Festival’s Honorary Golden Nymph award for his contributions to the entertainment industry. — Yahoo!
Michelle Obama ’85 is launching a company, PLEZi Nutrition, that will sell healthy foods for kids, starting with “low-sugar, nutrient-dense” fruity drinks. — NPR

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