Ginny Robinson hit gold when her master’s degree thesis was published in 2005. Carrier, a collection of her original poetry, was not a chart-topping bestseller, but it gave Robinson an opportunity to read from her book at San Francisco’s renowned City Lights bookstore and she learned a lot about herself after it was published.
John David Spatola trains for ninja competitions nearly every day, either on his backyard obstacle set or at a local gym — and he’s even competed on the nationally televised American Ninja Warrior Junior.
One of the highlights of fall 2020 was the opportunity to benefit from the wisdom of Julie Lythcott-Haims not just once, but twice!
Chris Mason remembers a piece of advice his father gave him: Figure out what you love to do and then find someone to pay you for it.
To say Gerty Ward grew up in a family of scientists is an understatement. Her grandparents, Carl Cori and Gerty Cori, won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1947. Her father, who holds a Ph.D., was head of the chemical company Sigma-Aldrich. But coming from a family of renowned scientists made Ward determined to follow a different path.
Three parent groups have been at the forefront of families’ engagement efforts around diversity, inclusion and racial justice reform at Durham Academy.