Building Blocks of a 21st Century Education
Pittsburgh native Kathryn “Katie” Cwenar ’09 spent four months studying in Africa last spring, including a three-week stint on a mountain in the Equatorial Guinea village of Moka conducting research on galagos, the smallest primates in the world.
From the Brink
Danielle Keener MacGuire takes back the night
The home in Malvern, on Philadelphia’s Main Line, is a modest two-story affair on a quiet street, nestled amid a cluster of rental units surrounded by trees and plantings. Inside one of the units, Danielle Keener ’03 MacGuire and her husband, Kevin,
Growing Up Multiracial
A Historic Inauguration Becomes an Occasion for Personal Reflection
It was 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 20 when Berkeley Chapman ’11 arrived at the National Mall to await the swearing-in ceremony of President Barack Obama.