When Betty Carr Pulkingham '49 stepped off the train in Austin, Texas, in the summer of 1949, she had no idea that a job teaching music theory would lead to a life of music ministry, a vital role in the church renewal movement and years spent overseas. Read her profile.
Giving them a voice
Todd Drake '90 MFA is changing perceptions through art. Todd, a painter and photographer, lends a voice to marginalized groups by collaborating with them on self-portraits. So far, he has worked with Muslim Americans, Bahrainis and migrant workers to produce traveling photo exhibitions that express who they are. Read his profile.
CSI in the real world
Years ago, you would find Lisa Anderson Schliebe '99 cheering for the Spartans as a rowdy crowd fan. Today, while she still dreams of Yum Yum hot dogs and ice cream, she's fulfilling a dream she didn't expect to have living in Los Angeles working as a criminalist in the Serology/DNA unit. Read her profile.
Chaunesti Webb '00 has always had a flair for the theatrical. Her debut play, I Love My Hair When It's Good: And Then Again When It Looks Defiant and Impressive, debuted earlier this year in Durham to an overwhelming response. Read her profile.
Her career is up in the air and that's a good thing
Want to know why Jana Colgin '04 up and joined the circus? Blame Grandma June and a good-looking animal trainer. Read her profile.