Tim Parrish: What White People Need to Learn About Racism
Center of Excellence on Autism Spectrum Disorders Expands Outreach Virtually
School of Business Offers Virtual Toolkit to Graduates
SouthernStrong Awardees Always Thinking of Others
An Elementary School Rises
HHS Alumni on the Ground with COVID-19: Andrew Toce, ’14
Mar 30, 2020
Andrew Toce, '14, LPC, ADS, works in his own private counseling practice, with a focus on sports psychology. Read our interview with him and...
U.S. Dept. of State Awards Top Fellowship to Alumnus
Mar 26, 2020
Congratulations to Collin Walsh, ’08, who was awarded a highly prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship for 2020. Designed to prepare outstanding young...
Mar 17, 2020
Having spent six years traveling throughout the U.S. and Europe, Stephanie Howell, ’11, has officially arrived as a business owner. In June 2019, she...
Southern Grad Works With Yale Researchers to Unlock Music’s Power to Improve Mental Health
Feb 27, 2020
Adam Christoferson, ’10, the founder and director of Musical Intervention in New Haven, is working with a group of Yale Researchers to study how...
How’s This for a Hollywood Story?
Feb 6, 2020
Born in the early ’80s, Eric Michael Schrader, ’10, spent much of his childhood dreaming up story lines and filming short parodies of Indiana...
Fulbright Scholar Brabham, ’17, Wins Prestigious Barzun Prize
Jan 15, 2020
Southern alumna Daisha Brabham '17, a Fulbright scholar studying for a Master’s of Public History degree at Royal Holloway University of London, has been...
Alumna Brings Holiday Magic to Disney
Dec 16, 2019
It’s a balmy 68-degree December day in Orlando, Fl., and Brianna Lynn Bauch-Gregorio, ’17, is feeling decidedly festive. Decked out in a winter-white coat...
Dec 11, 2019
You’d be hard pressed to find someone who understands college students better than Barbara Matthews, associate director emeritus of counseling. “I’ll tell you one...
Nov 19, 2019
Think of the worst human tragedies of the last 15 years — earthquakes, hurricanes, mass shootings. Chances are Katherine Bequary, ’93, or David Denino,...
Nov 11, 2019
Chaz Guest, ’85, may not be a household name, but his work has been embraced by many big ones. Herbie Hancock and Vanessa Williams...
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