Teddy Quinlivan was featured in a Boston Globe article about models from the area.
Anna Williams, the violinist for the Neave Trio, recently performed with the group at TCAN.
Alana O. Rogers Dance Company presents "Into Ice" at the Founders Theater in Seattle, WA.
Erika Olson, a graduate of Walnut Hill Theater and recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon, will appear in the national tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
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Mary Turner Cattan '60, a psychotherapist and spiritual director, published her first book, Pilgrimage of Awakening: The Extraordinary Lives of Murray and Mary Rogers, in June.
The beginning of each year automatically brings about a degree of change, but this year we have some particularly notable changes to share. Check out this round-up of ten new things on the Hill in 2016–2017!
Kelsey Miller '02 is now a senior features writer for Refinery29, where she started "The Anti-Diet Project," and recently celebrated the publication of her first book, Big Girl.
If you've been to campus during the past year, you've seen something amazing taking shape—a new building connected to the Dance Center and adjacent to the Head's House, with soaring rooflines and gleaming windows peeking above the treetops.
Writing, Film & Media Arts major Hannah Ortiz '18 reflects on seeing her classmate Samantha Mackertich '16 read with Tracy K. Smith.