Kinandah Williams ’22 isn’t going to let the attrition affecting the teaching profession stop her because ‘anything that comes easy is not worth having.’
STEM students learned a lifetime of lessons in just two weeks in the College’s new environmental chemistry and sustainability study abroad program.
A dual citizen of Sweden and Jordan, men’s soccer player Zakaria Amro has racked up the miles – and playing opportunities – thanks to his talent.
With service in the family genes, John Michael Stagliano started a nonprofit at age 12 that helps provide furniture and housewares to those transitioning out of homelessness.
In memory of their son, Matt Christie ’13, and in honor of his mentor, Leslie Sautter, Dan and Claire Christie created a seafloor mapping support fund.
The child life master’s degree prepares students like Melanie Orama for a career supporting children receiving medical care.
A licensed Charleston tour guide for more than two decades, Leigh Handal ’81 also gives readers a great virtual tour of the Holy City and its environs through her books.
A fisheries biologist and kayak-tour operator based in Kodiak, Alaska, Jennifer Newby Gardner ’13 (M.S.) researches crab populations to inform catch decisions.
A chance encounter impacted the career trajectory of Earnest “Omar” Muhammad ’21 (M.A.), who is now making an impact of his own as a zoning planner with the City of Charleston.
This new alumnus went from wearing a white tuxedo jacket at graduation to a flak jacket in Ukraine covering the war for U.S. news outlets.