Through her award-winning magazine, Vancouver-based Mawrter Jessie Johnston ’04 tells the large and small stories of sustainability.
Getting out the vote is a campus priority during election season. So is educating students about the democratic process.
Brooklyn filmmakers Sarah Schenck ’87 and Margaret Sclafani ’08 take time out to talk about filmmaking and friendship.
Woman to Woman
Journalist Barbara Kevles ’62 reflects on her interviews with some of the most important women in American culture.
This music-lover pivoted from a career in high-tech to become an opera impresaria at 76.
How six Mawrters followed their bliss and soared into unexplored territory.
Migration and Belonging
An Indian American woman living in Costa Rica explores the urge to leave—and find—home.
Mawrters working with immigrants encounter shifting policies, misperceptions, and blatant cruelty. They are devoted to the work anyway.
With camera in hand, an alumna and daughter of Nicaraguan immigrants bears witness on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Answering the Call
Nine Mawrters talk about how they found their life’s work in healthcare and how they maintain hope in challenging times.