Angela Epplett ’20 sought to pursue her passion for education despite the odds. In a global pandemic, and after only visiting once, Epplett moved to the Dominican Republic to work with third and fifth-grade students with learning needs at Santiago Christian School in Santiago de los Caballeros.
How the Clarendon Scholars program inspired Patrick Pires to serve his hometown.
With her upbringing as her guide, Clarendon Scholar Yamilla Mateo ’23 desires to provide teens in foster care with the same kind of space to thrive.
Gordon will receive approximately $380,000 in equipment as part of the Life Sciences Consortium of the North Shore, a collaboration with Salem State University, Endicott College and North Shore Community College.
“If the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms that ‘everyone has the right to freedom of movement,’ why are the means of movement only available to the wealthy few?” asks Sarah-Catherine Hartiens ’22.
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.