BOLD Women’s Leadership Network Scholars

The College of Saint Rose recently named its inaugural class of BOLD Women's Leadership Network Scholars, seven students who represent a variety...  More

Among “Stormy Seas of Change,” School for Leadership Training Celebrates 50 Years of Supporting Ministry

Approximately 200 pastors, ministers, and laity attended the 50th annual School for Leadership Training at Eastern Mennonite Seminary.  More

Breakout Princeton Builds on 10 Years of Immersive Service Learning

What do wolves, hair politics, cancer, circus arts and end-of-life care have in common? Over fall break, more than 60 Princeton University students...  More

The Exhilaration of Yale classes Stress-Free at Yale Alumni College

Although she just celebrated her 45th Yale reunion, Laurie Treuhaft ’73 B.A. remembers her Yale College classes so distinctly that she can...  More

Coming Out at Lafayette College

Just before he was about to graduate, Riley Temple '71 learned he was a candidate for the George Wharton Pepper Prize, bestowed annually on the...  More

“Gonzaga Will” Fundraising Campaign Raises More Than $355 Million for University’s Future

It was just seven years ago when Thayne McCulloh, Gonzaga University's 26th president, challenged the Gonzaga community to raise $250 million...  More

City as Text at Johnson & Wales University’s Charlotte Campus

Gamica Bell is a senior at Johnson & Wales University’s Charlotte Campus who is preparing for Study Abroad in Italy. She has never been out...  More

Multimedia Exhibit at Stetson University Explores Impact of 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Immigration

This year marks the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people after hijacked airplanes crashed at the...  More

DePauw’s Justin and Darrianne Christian Center for Diversity and Inclusion

EDUCATE. ADVOCATE. CELEBRATE. The Justin and Darrianne Christian Center for Diversity and Inclusion comes alive.  More

Preparing Students for Lives of Significance: BSC’s Bunting Center

On a quiet weekday in the summer with few students on campus, Kristin Harper of Birmingham-Southern College was working on big plans for the...  More