Alumni

Alumni

Having a baby in the midst of a global pandemic isn't usually among new parents' plans, but for a Fairfield couple who met as...

Have the latest headlines about COVID-19 made you want to run away? How about just run? How about at 2 a.m.? Probably not. Yet there...

Spain — one of the nations most affected by the coronavirus pandemic — began a government-ordered nationwide lockdown on March 14, 2020. Southern graduate...

David Denino, '75, M.S. ’76, trained as a Red Cross crisis responder following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001....

Andrew Toce, '14, LPC, ADS, works in his own private counseling practice, with a focus on sports psychology. Read our interview with him and...
Collin Walsh, '08, and his wife, Amika

Congratulations to Collin Walsh, ’08, who was awarded a highly prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship for 2020. Designed to prepare outstanding young...

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...

Adam Christoferson, ’10, the founder and director of Musical Intervention in New Haven, is working with a group of Yale Researchers to study how...

Born in the early ’80s, Eric Michael Schrader, ’10, spent much of his childhood dreaming up story lines and filming short parodies of Indiana...

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...