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Stories Tagged: Cherin C. Poovey (P ’08)

Kevin Shorter, wife, Allison, and their daughters explore pagodas in China.

Help, hope for orphaned Asian girls

His family’s vision, says Kevin Shorter (MBA ’06), is to keep orphaned Asian girls off the street and out of the sex trade.


Strong Is the New Pretty

Former soccer player Kate T. Parker (’98) is a mother and photographer whose new project shows young girls’ strength, power and confidence.


Kitchen Chemistry

Bread that doesn’t rise. Gravy that won’t thicken. Scrambled eggs that stick to the pan. Most home cooks have been there. In our quest to determine what went wrong we questioned the recipe, the quality of our ingredients, the oven or even the weather. But often what leads us down the path to burnt cookies […]

Quick Bites

  GIMME AN ARNOLD PALMER! Hot day? Here’s a cool antidote: “Mr. Palmer (’51, LL.D. ’70) had been privately brewing a mixture of lemonade and iced tea in his home for many years. In the late 1960s, in a bar in Palm Springs, California, Mr. Palmer ordered a mixture of lemonade and iced tea, and […]

Lauren Plichta with her 2014 LLS Research Portfolio Award.

‘It’s all for recognizing my mom’

Lauren Plichta (’05) celebrates her late mother every day by raising money for cancer research.

Martha Napier illustrates 'street style' outside Lincoln Center. (Eddie Mejia)

Illustrator paints fashion’s ‘street style’

Illustrator Martha Napier (’07) captures “street style” of the fashion elite at New York Fashion Week.

Round-robin letters: through the years and across the miles

Beloved letters

Little did these ’85 Fideles know that over the next 30 years their friendships would strengthen thanks to an unbroken circle of heartfelt letters.

Phillip A. Griffiths ('59, SCD '73)

Prize of a lifetime

Teacher, researcher and leader Phillip Griffiths (’59, SCD ’73) receives one of the highest distinctions in mathematics.

Lauren Gaston's current project is costume design for a production of 'Romeo and Juliet.' (Photo by Don Ipock)

Her costumes capture moments in time

“Fashion is trend forecasting,” says Lauren Gaston (’09). “Costume design involves digging into a moment in time much like an anthropologist would.”


Oh, Those Lilting Banshees! Where Are They (Funny) Now?

When Will Volker (’05, MSA ’06), tax accountant, speaks to a group he likes to open with a foolproof one-liner: “Do you know how to tell an extroverted accountant? He looks at your shoes instead of the floor.” When sometimes-shy Jess Morris Adams (’09) wants to make her opinion heard, she draws upon the self-confidence […]