Summiya Najam ’20 will study at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar for Pakistan. She attended the Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford during the 2018-19 academic year.
Rock Stewart ’20, surrounded by his teammates and friends, signed with the New York Lizards in a rooftop ceremony. (Photo courtesy of @LizardsLacrosse.)
On May 4, senior men’s lacrosse captains Brendan Hoffman ’20 and Rock Stewart ’20 became the first players in school history to be selected in the annual Major League Lacrosse Draft.
Gail Ouellette, a breakfast and lunch cook in Dining Services who worked at the College for 35 years, died on April 17 at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, Vt. She was 68.
What if I told you that an alum of the College, remembered by his professors as the quintessential liberal arts student and now as a critically-acclaimed documentary filmmaker, is the biggest name in sports right now?
Rep. Ed Case (D-HI) returned to Washington on a red-eye flight in the middle of the congressional recess to vote for a $484 billion coronavirus relief package. Photo courtesy of @RepEdCase.
Mapes has decided to withdraw from the remainder of her classes and re-enroll next spring, allowing her to play a full senior season in the Purple Valley.
The Last Dance, ESPN’s 10-part documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, premiered on Sunday night. The series is directed by Jason Hehir ’98.
Pappa Charlie’s is one of several Spring Street businesses that have stayed open. The sandwich spot recently added a curbside pickup option.
John M. Gibson ’42, a retired central Pennsylvania farmer who served as a national board member for the American Heart Association and the Boy Scouts of America and led numerous civic and nonprofit organizations in his longtime home of Lancaster County, died on Saturday in Greenwich, Connecticut. He was 99.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders (top left), Joe Biden (bottom left) and Elizabeth Warren (right) engage potential voters during campaign events in New Hampshire. JACK McGOVERN/EDITOR-AT-LARGE
Only 50 miles from the College, in the neighboring state of New Hampshire, the 2020 presidential campaign is already in full swing.