For 20 years, artists Bruce Herman and Bryn Gillette ’02 have been pursuing the perennial question they discussed in their very first meeting: What does it mean to be a Christian who is an artist?
Like a good play, life has its own plot twists. That has certainly been the case for Paul Turbiak ’05 who left the North Shore for Los Angeles 13 years ago to become a professional actor.
Over the course of three years, Kaye Cook (psychology) and Si-Hua Chang ’16 created ways to code qualitative research on topics ranging from how the Church has changed to whether women should be ordained to national laws that potentially undermine church practice.
When Megan Lietz ’09 started her college career, she had no idea that she would launch a program to nurture racial reconciliation amidst Boston churches.
Eight years ago, Bruce Deckert’s ’87 children’s book Serengeti Friendship: Soccer Forgiveness was chosen for the World Cup Exhibition at the Nelson Mandela Foundation when South Africa hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup.