Hilary (Sherratt) Yancey’s longstanding interest in the philosophy of disability took on a new light when she gave birth to Jackson, a spunky boy with a number of disabilities. Suddenly, her life looked different from the journey she had once envisioned.
Sometimes it’s that chance encounter—with the Uber driver, airplane passenger or person who appears out of nowhere with a set of jumper cables when a car battery dies—that, like a railway switch, sends us off in a newfangled direction.
Last week, Clarendon Scholar and Pike Honors student Jordan Bellamy ’20 received the Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize from the Center for Public Justice, with Paul Brink (political science) serving as her faculty advisor. With a pool of applicants… Read More
Katie Gilbert ’16 has received a Student Fulbright grant to study at the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute in India, where she will take courses in Syriac language and literature from top Syriac scholars.