Jackson Asaro ’14 Going Strong As an Oxford Undergrad

Jackson Asaro ’14 Going Strong As an Oxford Undergrad By Al Daniel Being stateside last month for a spring “holiday” and taking the opportunity to kick back and watch his beloved Duke Blue Devils reach the NCAA Men’s Elite Eight was a rare moment of downtime for Jackson Asaro ’14. It also marked one of...

For the Dempseys, Different Dreams Signify Same MCS Roots

By Al Daniel

The Dempsey sisters have been bookending the BosWash megalopolis of late. The elder, Lucy Dempsey ’08, is a two-and-a-half-hour drive away from the nation’s capital, in her first year of law school at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia

Helping others has Pirated Amaresh’s heart

By Al Daniel

Sneha Amaresh ’13 might hesitate to dance in front of acquaintances. With that said, when you want to coax her, it helps to let her know when a meaningful stake is in it for others.

A Chapel Hill Ballerina’s Great Leap Forward to Chicago

By Al Daniel

“Bravery and freedom” defined a revolutionary year in Greta Abbey’s lifelong dream of a career in ballet. The two wholesome values are also her words for how one of her Lower Elementary teachers at the Montessori Community School influenced her approach to creativity a decade prior.