Stephanie Simpson '02 returned to Northwest Catholic this week to discuss stress management with the juniors and seniors. She discussed ways to turn negative stress into positive stress.
Last spring Ally Mullins '10 helped wrap up the 2019 Alumni LEADS Speaker Series. Ally talked about her four years of D1 basketball at Siena College where she earned her degree in Biology before getting her degree in Nursing from Quinnipiac. Today Ally works in the Emergency Department at St. Francis Hospital and is working toward her doctorate in Nursing Practice. Thanks, Ally, for coming home and sharing your wisdom!
Corsillo’s More is More includes an opening reception and artist talk July 13th 3-6pm, a panel discussion on July 18th 7-9pm with “Team Doonesbury” — Corsillo, cartoon historian Brian Walker, editor David Stanford, moderated by sound engineer Fred Newman ($15), and a conversation with Corsillo and Gary Trudeau ($25) on July 25th 7-9pm. Tickets may be purchased at kehlerliddellgallery.com/calendar and are expected to sell out.
Molly Rees Gavin, president of Connecticut Community Care and a 1967 Northwest Catholic graduate, was the 2019 Commencement speaker.
“The message is always there at Northwest — that the way you act affects others.” Emma added, “We learned about investing in society. We were always being reminded of what our place in the world could be.”
The Honorable Donna M. Wilkerson-Brillant '83 of the Ansonia-Milford Judicial District returned to her alma mater on May 1 to present a First Amendment lesson to NWC's civics classes as well as share stories about life as a judge.
Groshko began by asking the students, “Do you want to know what I say when people ask me where I went to school?” Goroshko continued, “I don’t answer with the college I attended. I tell them I went to Northwest Catholic.”
Danté Jeanfelix ’11 recently visited Ms. Avery’s acting class to share stories of the biz!
Christian Heiden shared with his audience his experiences of starting his university experience at St. John’s in New York City to study social justice before transferring to Uconn to major in applied and resource economics with a concentration in international development.