Kyle Russell '18 has launched his teaching career above the Arctic Circle, where he's embracing the quirks of an Alaskan lifestyle from morning to night.
The College holds a special place in the hearts of many couples who met on campus—some even more than 60 years ago.
From daily feedings to recorded readings, from independent studies to full courses, students and faculty in the sciences—as well as their research subjects—remain active when classes aren't in session.
They're instructors by day, but what are they by night? In their spare time, professors double as artists, athletes, musicians, and much more.
Annual networking excursion connects students to accomplished alumni in the Big Apple.
From an out-of-air emergency to 50-pound cargo, from blossoming friendships with college students to water exploration, Jill Campbell '70 is embracing her second chance as a student.
This email was a special summer edition of The Port, which I formatted and wrote copy for. (Please note that converting the email into a PDF compromised its quality, but the original version was high-res. Please also note the header graphic was designed by a web designer, not by me.)