Mary Alice Casey
Mary Alice Casey
Mary Alice Casey has served as editor of Ohio State Alumni Magazine since 2014. In addition to higher ed (her favorite career arena), she has written and edited for daily newspapers, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office and as a freelance consultant.
She’s surrounded by Buckeyes — husband Mitch ’84, son Nate ’12, daughter Erin ’13, ’16 MS and daughter-in-law Brittney ’14, ’22 MS — who along with Mary Alice, son-in-law Alex and a mob of dogs and cats make a boisterous bunch.
When she’s not connecting with alumni or crafting stories with them in mind, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, strolling in nature, listening to music or NPR, and traveling to destinations near and far.
Recruited to Ohio State at age 26, Ratmir Timashev turned opportunity into two wildly successful tech companies. It inspired his commitment to paying forward.
“We want to be a high-tech mecca,” says Ratmir Timashev. His generosity will create opportunities for students and faculty.
For Black fraternities and sororities, the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza marks a place where all are welcomed.
From the early days of radio, WOSU Public Media has enriched lives in Columbus. What comes next? GM Ronnie Agnew shares.
Or maybe it was the scholarships. Either way, the result is 10 Buckeyes, 13 degrees and a special love for Ohio State.
Two Columbus judges (both alumni) guide human trafficking victims into pursuing lives they didn’t realize were possible.
Ohio State has the ability — and a duty — to address the obstacles facing Ohio and the nation, President Kristina M. Johnson says.
Meet first lady Veronica Meinhard, an expert in philanthropy, once an All-American swimmer and now, a committed Buckeye.
Ohio State has been making space for cadets and veterans since its earliest days, and these stories show why.
On 9/11, a jet bound for the U.S. was forced to stop in Newfoundland, where an alumna found an amazing chance to pay forward.