By Liz Getman
Retirement marks the end of two decades of leadership. By Liz Getman '09
Howard Erlich has closed the chapter on his 20 years as dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences, but his life in academia continues. He will spend this year on sabbatical while completing his term as chair of the American Conference of...
Emily MacDowell ’06 works to bring education to rural Nigerian children. by Liz Getman ’09
It was a frigid Saturday evening in November, yet small beads of sweat dripped from Emily MacDowell’s forehead. The young alumna was finishing preparations for an event she’d begun...
Controversial bioethicist Peter Singer, the distinguished speaker in the humanities, has definite ideas about our diet. by Liz Getman ’09
Around noon each day, parking lots of fast food restaurants and mini-marts are filled with people looking for a quick and inexpensive meal. For many, convenience is a primary factor...
Reality show educates the producers and entertains audiences. by Liz Getman ’09
Dave Newberg ’09 doesn’t normally like to get his hands dirty. But last March he spent a Saturday afternoon digging through trash at a junkyard in Binghamton, New York, searching for a car tire, hubcap, and interior roof...
A campus faith group partners with a grade school to help minority kids succeed academically and creatively. by Liz Getman ’09
As an IC student, Lesley “Alex” Rhoden ’11 spent her Saturdays at Beverly J. Martin Elementary School (BJM) teaching children the importance of education.
Rhoden was one of about 15 students...