Covering the Waterfront On Teen Advocacy
SADD Chief Sees Epidemic in Underage Drinking, Drug Abuse
Several years ago Stephen Wallace ’81, the volunteer chairman and CEO of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), sat in a soundproof booth observing California teenagers through a one-way window.
Teaching Outside the Box
SU faculty members find innovative ways to engage students in their subject matter, both in and out of the classroom
The greek philosopher Plutarch once said, “The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be ignited.” Two millennia later, educators still seek to spark a passion for learning in their students.
SU students attend the Education Without Borders conference and explore a modern Middle Eastern city-state
When Megan Petrie ’10 chose to write a paper on Islam for a class on religious fundamentalism, she used as sources course texts, her professor and scholarly works available on the Internet.