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This educator and organizer wants something better for Chicago
A corporate branding and communications expert with a background in economic development and an ear for poetry, Tamsin Smith ’84 loves a creative challenge
The way-cool job of Yankees scoreboard director Greg Colello ’03
Kim France ’83 introduces herself this way online: “I’ve been around for a while. I’ve learned a few things, and have failed, sometimes quite spectacularly, to learn others.”
Twenty years ago, author Madeleine Blais (P’00, ’04) was looking for a way to use her skills to help her sons’ school.
What does it take to head up a powerhouse of academic publishing? For Mahinder Kingra ’85, editor-in-chief of Cornell University Press, a deep love of ideas, an embrace of technology, and the ability to read really, really fast.
Selbert heads Selbert Perkins Design, an international multidisciplinary design firm with offices in Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, and Shanghai.
deShong spent 40 years designing high-profile buildings and facilities for the country’s top colleges and universities.
Phakos specializes in single- and multi-family residences that incorporate sustainable materials and green technologies.
Over his 30-year career, Tullis has designed residential, office, retail, entertainment, educational, medical research, civic, institutional, and mixed-use projects.
Seikaly is the founder and CEO of MCN Build, a “purpose-driven” construction company.
Lisa Hsiao works as director of strategy for one of the world's largest design firms, Gensler.
Spagnola specializes in architectural signage, exhibits, and other forms of graphic design, from corporate identity to print work.
Alumni office staff traveled to Florida over spring break to visit with alumni and soak up some much-missed sunshine
Ten young alumni returned to campus to speak with students about the college transition
Holmes will speak at the Cum Laude inducation ceremony on January 5, 2018.
Hall Healy '60 is emeritus chairman of the International Crane Foundation, who protect the family of majestic migratory birds.
Amber Hamilton '94 and the Memphis Music Initiative bring music to underserved classrooms.
Heather Carlton Hearst '90 founded Project Lyme, a nonprofit advocacy group that educates the public about tick-borne diseases.
Emmy winner Ann Dowd ’74 traces her love of acting to her days at Williston
Joe Rigali '70 is board president of Gaining Ground, who provide produce to organizations from Boston to Lowell.
John Reinisch ’62 treats children from around the world at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles.
A $250,000 gift from a Northampton School for Girls alumna lets The Willistonian continue its run as the country’s oldest high school newspaper
Natania Hume is interested in the hidden ways that mass produced items influence people around the globe.
At his induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame, teacher and coach David Felsen ’62 recounts how Williston shaped him and nurtured his love of sports
Creative dad Will Miceli ’93 constructed a full-on roller coaster for his kids in their Seattle backyard
Amelia Ekus ’07 serves up gourmet meals to New York City’s Twitter workforce
Through multicultural dance parties and remixes, Sara Skolnick ’04 celebrates musicians from around the globe, building community in the process
For the past 20 years, Jonathan Leidich ’92 has run an environmental tour company in one of the planet’s most remote regions, Chile’s Northern Patagonian Ice Fields
Actor, writer, director (and 2015 Commencement speaker) Brad Hall was in Massachusetts this summer, starring in The Gloucester Stage Company’s production of Lucy Prebble’s The Effect, about two people who fall in love during a drug trial and don’t know if their feelings are real or chemically induced. We caught up with him afterward.
Creative local food and drink draw fans to the California café launched
After falling short in his bid for mayor of Durham, North Carolina,
musician and activist Pierce Freelon ’02 looks to the future
Molly Lieberman '06 craeted Loop it Up Savannah, a citywide institution that provides arts and crafts instruction to children.
Alumni, parents, and friends gathered to connect and celebrate.
Michael “Mickey” Meyer ’03 received the Alumni Trailblazer Award in a ceremony in the Phillips Stevens Chapel on May 14, 2016.
John Booth ’83 received the Founders’ Award during a Reunion award ceremony in the Phillips Stevens Chapel on May 14, 2016.
Timothy Murphy ’96 received the Daniel and Jane Carpenter Award during an award ceremony in the Phillips Stevens Chapel on May 14, 2016.