Ukrainian-American siblings Katya Tymchenko ’09 and and Ilya Timtchenko ’14 process the fear, grief and resolve that have gripped them since Russia invaded their home country in February.
For William Peña ’18, solving big world programs starts on a very small scale: one client at a time.
South African filmmaker and 14-time SAFTA nominee Joshua Rous ’01 wrestled with how to depict truth, grace and forgiveness on the screen.
As digital usage grows exponentially, TikTok’s Kristelle Lavallee ’06 dives into how we can use it as a force for good.
Gordon’s 2022 recipient of the Margaret C. Wright Memorial Award is Angie Epplett ’20, a teacher at Santiago Christian School in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic.