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Goucher Kicks off Alumni Weekend

By: Samantha Cooper

Former Goucher students gathered at the school beginning on Friday, April 28 for the annual Alumnae/i weekend. The weekend is scheduled to the brim with activities for the former gophers. 41 more words

Samantha Cooper

Alumni Give Back

Over the years, RDF alumni have always come back to their schools to help innumerable ways. The connections remain alive, wherever they are.

In Matendla School, it was the entire Class 10 batch from last year who paid a surprise visit to the school and sponsored a Midday Meal, along with biscuits! 72 more words


Jeff Chastang has new play at Southern Writers Project!

Recent alum Jeffry Chastang’s new play Under Ceege, will be featured in the “Southern Writer’s Project” this May 12th-14th! The Southern Writers Project through Alabama Shakespeare Festival has supported Jeffs work in the past, including the development of his thesis play at OU, … 23 more words


Nara Kim '16 PD is now communications consultant for the Sustainable Development Practice Group at the World Bank

Nara Kim is now communications consultant of Korea Green Growth Trust Fund, Sustainable Development Practice Group at the World Bank. In her role as communications consultant, she develops online/multimedia products and creates design pieces for events and Knowledge Exchange programs. 40 more words


Where are they now? An interview of SSU alum Brice Bambara '11

Where are they now? An interview of SSU alum Brice Bambara ‘11

by Elizabeth Blood

Brice Bambara graduated from Salem State with a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics and a minor in World Languages (French/Spanish). 571 more words


PA Testimonial - Chase

Written by Chase Forrester – Program Advisor, Leadership and the American Presidency

This time last year, I was finalizing the details of my internship placement and preparing to spend my summer in the nation’s capital as a part of the inaugural class of the Leadership and The American Presidency Program – I can still remember just how difficult it was to put my excitement into words. 520 more words

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The Dreaded Second Question - Or, In Defense of My Major

by Matt Beukema.

You’ve likely heard the question or even asked it yourself.

After answering “History” to the question of what I studied in college comes that dreaded second question. 445 more words