Once in Greenwich, a man who appeared significantly older than his advertised age of 42 greeted Taylor at the train station and then drove her to the largest house she had ever seen.
The 90th anniversary celebration of Phi Alpha Mu marked a milestone for the College’s oldest — and only remaining — local sorority.
So much was still familiar, even to the women who graduated when female students had a curfew and were required to wear skirts.
The purple cow is still the sorority’s mascot, and the purple pansy is its flower.
She’s also the recipient of a Griswold-Zepp Award from Mc Daniel to fund her Leadership Day for rising at-risk sixth graders from the Culmore neighborhood in her hometown of Falls Church, Va.
Read the full story » Recent grad, Roger Isom Jr., was recognized by The Daily Record as one of 20 Maryland up-and-comers who are in their 20s.
The “20 in their Twenties” are chosen for professional accomplishment, civic involvement and impact of achievement.
“The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 who may have not earned their first million but whose creativity and spirit are already contributing to a new energy in Maryland,” according to The Daily Record.
Freshman Jasmin Chavez is headed for a busy summer between her prestigious Washington, D.
C., internship and orchestrating her idea of a leadership and health day for at-risk sixth graders.