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She signed books, sang, and shared stories from her new memoir — some sweet, some nostalgic, and some absolutely hilarious.
Organized by alum Lindsey Rutherford Sides '97, the conference is meant to inspire young girls in pursuing STEM careers.
Now a political science major at Yale University, Alex piloted her Solebury School Teach2Serve capstone project in New Haven, CT.
Afrah spent her spring break in New Orleans building houses for Katrina survivors.
At NYU, J.R. continues to work toward creating positive social change as he did at Solebury School, juggling multiple volunteer roles.
On Friday night, we celebrated the Class of 2017 with a special dinner, awards and heartfelt speeches.
The latest: Joyce Bulifant '56 spoke to the Desert Sun newspaper on working with the late Mary Tyler Moore on her popular 1970s TV show.
The show toured the beautiful Nakashima studio in New Hope, PA. Watch the video for the tour and interview with Mira.
Lily Mae has released a new album to wide critical praise. Listen to the title track here, and catch her concert at the World Live Cafe in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Dec. 6th at 8pm!
From creating murals around Philadelphia to teaching classes, Zeke is a busy working artist who's prioritized giving back to his community.