Up close and personal, Lukas Koncilia is warm and engaging. He’s soft-spoken and polite in conversation, and his brown eyes are disarming. But from ..
Kenni Bowling has always considered herself a leader. She was the volleyball team captain in high school and has even coached volleyball at local midd..
Six years ago, Dan Taber ’10 penned an admissions essay dripping with the all-knowing wisdom of a high school senior. It railed against the evils of..
Life, it seems, is one big balancing act for Tanya Hunt. Just this semester, the junior biochemistry major is juggling the demands of classes in physi..
For one family, life finds an unusual intersection in the College’s classroom...
It’s no walk in the park when Tom Smith ’03 goes butterfly catching. Actually, it’s a slog through the mud. Donning an old pair of sneakers a..
For years, bumper stickers have been telling us to “Think Global, Act Local.” But for this biology major, that messaging should be updated so that..
That white chalk rectangle in the dirt in front of the catcher – that’s Matt Leeds’ box. Opposing pitchers would rather not see him standing in ..
For two years of my college basketball career, I played in the Kresse Arena. There, the crowd was close and the energy high, though the venue was smal..
On each new golf ball he buys, John Duke Hudson uses a specially purchased purple marker to draw a small, strange-looking symbol, something he describ..