The first Black golfer to capture the CAA individual championship, South African Kieron van Wyk is driven to succeed.
Following the trail her grandmother blazed at the College, Qynn Woodberry-Gadson is the ultimate legacy scholar.
Like a good dance partner, the College has turned out to be the perfect match for marine biology major and tap dancer Calvin Biesecker.
Leah Lancellotta ’23 is one of the latest recipients of the psychology scholarship honoring the founding chair, Bill Bischoff ’45.
The Mellon Foundation awarded $2 million to the Avery Research Center – the largest donation in the institution’s history.
As the daughter of alumni, Darby Ewing received the Class of 1965 Scholarship and made a difference to alumni businesses.
After a series of physical and mental health challenges, psychiatrist Rahul N. Mehra ’83 wants to improve mental well-being on a global scale.
The CEO of the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation, Jennie Stephens ’89 (M.P.A. ’94) aids historically underserved landowners by preventing and resolving title disputes.
Marine biologist and shark expert Bryan Frazier ’00 (M.S. ’13) puts your fears to rest about swimming in the ocean this summer.
That great song you heard in one of your favorite shows? That’s thanks to Emma Rose Isely ’12, a Hollywood music synchronization specialist.