Spring–Summer 2022

illustration of a digitized human face

Machine Learning as an Emerging Social Justice Tool

Prof. Wendy Norris: "How we talk about refugees matters.” READ »

Kate Heffernan and Iman Rodriguez performing on stage during Pippin

Anti-racism Class Spurs Action

Andrew Wicklum ‘24 sees himself as a “rowdy changemaker.” READ »

music therapists at Golisano Children's Hospital

The Sounds of Solace

Music therapy offers patients comfort and connection. READ »

Caroline Tolbert

10 Questions

Caroline Tolbert, the new director of alumni and constituent engagement, joined the Nazareth community officially in January. READ »

Faces of Change

Nazareth's wide-ranging experiential learning projects bring benefits to students and the world in which they live.

Overview story

Shae D'Arcangelis playing with a young child

Powerful Play

Nazareth expands much-needed children's therapy through a pilot with Greece, New York, schools.

Play therapy

HHS students crafting with young migrant children

Caring for – and Partnering with – Our Neighbors

Multidisciplinary projects engage students, faculty, and community.

Refugee families

Bryan Adams and Tanner Crisafulli in front of a screen showing Merica Whitehall

Advancing Health

Marketing internship aids equity-minded fitness startup.

Marketing internship

Jake Miller taking a selfie with students

The Mayor of Campus

LifePrep@Naz builds community that strengthens all.


Chris Purdy speaking at a podium in front of the U.S. Capitol Building

Protecting American Troops, Afghan Partners, and Human Rights

Chris Purdy ‘09G is passionate about bettering society. READ »

Joanna Dickey in a stream showing foliage to campers

Art + Nature = Activism

Joanna Dickey ‘05 uses art to break the education mold. READ »

people climbing onto a dump truck

Brutally Honest

Bringing attention to disadvantaged people and projects. READ »

Kevin Graham and friends at a wedding outside Linehan Chapel

Connections Forged in Love

We continue showing up for each other over the years. READ »