Sasha Seymore ’15 finds success on and off the court

December 11, 2014

Sasha Seymore ’15 recently won a prestigious scholarship to study in Ireland. But in a recent interview with, he says he understands that’s not what people he bumps into are most excited to talk about. He’s fulfilled a lifelong

Karen Stevenson MC ’79 appointed U.S. Magistrate Judge

August 13, 2015

The United States District Court for the Central District of California announces the appointment of Karen L. Stevenson as a United States Magistrate Judge. Continue reading

Bobby Evans ’91 “more than ready” for new role

April 7, 2015

Bobby Evans ’91 is starting the new baseball season with a new title. Two, in fact. Continue reading

David Baron ’12: From farming to futons

January 5, 2015

David Baron calls the Nugget the “easiest couch ever,” and he hopes it will change how you relax, how you work, and how you play. He’s not alone. Rooms to Go has agreed to sell the Nugget in its North Carolina

Taylor Branch ’68 honored by fellow biographers

June 17, 2015

Author Taylor Branch has received the 2015 BIO Award, honored for his “major contribution to the advancement of the art and craft of the genre.” Continue reading

Hannah Motley ’21 named U.S. Presidential Scholar

May 9, 2017

Hannah Motley, an incoming first-year scholar, is among the 160 students nationwide named U.S. Presidential Scholars by the U.S. Department of Education. Each year... Continue reading