Alumni at Let Your Life Speak Day reassure students that keeping an open mind about their professional futures can be a “beautiful thing.”
Barton Rubenstein ’81 sculpts the Mother Earth Project to help save the earth.
Alyson Cambridge ’97, international opera and jazz singer, returns to the place where she once harbored a big secret!
Soye Kim ’73 and Antonia Fasanelli ’92 were connected from the start. But nobody could have predicted the way their lives repeatedly intertwined.
Massive crowds in DC and across the country took a stand for social justice.
Todd Purnell ’65 spins a raucous yarn from family stories and Sidwellian influences in Book One of his Ozarkian Tales Trilogy.
Katherine Wilson ’92 cooks up a memoir about a delicious life in one of Italy’s most vibrant cities.
Driven by Quaker values and working in Africa, Moria Sloan '11 tackles the tragic practice of FGM/C.
The Senior Media Advisor to The National Campaign (NC) to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy has been seeding prevention messages into popular shows for two decades—and it’s working!
The handy New Englander is immersed in his love of maritime craftsmanship.