A Way on the Water

GRANT VEURINK ’21 | Major: finance | Hometown: Urbandale, IA | Goal before graduating: qualify for the Royal Henley Regatta on England’s River Thames

Females in Coaching: Falzarano’s Game Plan for a Pro Sports Future

From NCAA Division I football to Gordon Men’s Basketball, aspiring NBA coach Brooke Falzarano ’20 is forging a path to the big leagues by learning from the best.

Creating as a Calling: Student Reflects on Visit from Praxis Lab’s Jon Hart

As a senior, with the pressure of graduation just a few months away, I’ve been more concerned with choosing the right headshot than improving someone else’s day with my clear work descriptions. But after an hour and a half with Jon Hart of Praxis Labs, my LinkedIn profile was back in draft. 

Accelerating Innovation through Immersion

For some students, quad break is truly that—a break from studies, a chance to regroup. But for 26 students this year, quad break was a chance to immerse in entrepreneurship and social enterprise in NYC and in refugee ministries in Buffalo, NY.

Healing Post-Soviet Ukraine through Music

When Yo-Yo Ma—perhaps the world’s most famous living classical musician—played his cello at the border entry point in Laredo, Texas, last April, it was a perfect example of how the culture of classical music is changing.