In 2011, for the first time in Kilifi County, Kenya, parents of hearing-impaired children were saying, “I want to communicate with my child.” Julia Spruance’s 100 Signs for Parents in Kenya Sign-Language was their introduction.
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.
The revamped 2018 Homecoming Awards: A Celebration of Faithful Leadership will include keynote speaker Bob Goff and the presentation of the George F. Bennett Leadership Award.
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.