• ElmsSafe Plan 2020-2021

    Published on Thursday, July 2, 2020 as a News Story

    “I continue to be inspired, though not surprised, by the way our community has come together to protect each other both inside and outside of the classroom since we resumed on campus living, learning, and working in August.” Read more

    A photo of Berchmans Hall lawn in the fall
  • Seniors Thank Donors For Scholarship Support

    Published on Friday, November 20, 2020 as a News Story

    Financial aid from donors makes all the difference when selecting a college. Here, a few senior students offer their words of thanks. Read more

  • Samantha Kolodziej ’22

    Published on Thursday, November 12, 2020 as a Student Story

    Future Creative Whenever she designs a logo or advertisement, Samantha “Sam” Kolodziej ’22 aims to evoke an emotional response in her audience through clean lines, bold color palettes, and natural movement. For her, the perfect design is one that transforms an idea into reality. Read more

    Photo of Graphic design major Samantha Kolodziej '22
  • NAHN Scholarships Fuel Passion for Nursing

    Published on Thursday, November 12, 2020 as a News Story

    Nathalie Mojica ’22 and Deviyana Rivera ’23 share a commitment to providing equitable healthcare for all populations, especially minority communities. Read more

  • Jill Perry ’21, MBA ’22

    Published on Friday, November 6, 2020 as a Student Story

    Happiness Connoisseur Event planning is a notoriously high-pressure industry. From weddings and proms to fundraisers and seminars, getting all of the details right is a delicate balance. For Jill Perry ’21, MBA ’22, nothing is more exciting than being the mastermind behind a well-executed event. Read more

  • Casandra Gore, MAT ’18

    Published on Monday, October 26, 2020 as a Student Story

    By the time she entered middle school, Casandra Gore, MAT ’18, had already caught the “science bug.” Read more

    Photo of a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) student
  • Madison Rosado ’22

    Published on Monday, October 19, 2020 as a Student Story

    Lost in a Book Inhabiting the emotions and thoughts of others—even across centuries—is what drew Madison Rosado ’22 to creative writing.  Read more

  • One People, One House: Goodwill, hope emerge in Elms’ urban education effort

    Published on Thursday, October 15, 2020 as a Blog Post

    This column was part of The Republican’s series, One People, One House, and was published in The Republican on September 13, 2020. Read more

  • Joshua Clark, M.Ed. ’19

    Published on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 as a Student Story

    A Modern Polymath Social studies teacher. Political consultant. Honorary deputy sheriff…These are just a few of the caps that Joshua Clark, M.Ed. ’19 wears on a daily basis. Read more

    Photo of a Master of Education (M.Ed.) graduate student
  • Julian Brosi ’21

    Published on Monday, October 5, 2020 as a Student Story

    Historian in Training Studying history has taught Julian Brosi ’21 to narrow in on the smallest of details. Whether he is reading about post-WWII Europe or thinking about philosophy, Julian is constantly thinking about how the past can influence the future. Read more

    Photo of history and education studies major Julian Brosi '21
  • Marisa Lombardi ’21

    Published on Monday, September 28, 2020 as a Student Story

    Surpassing Expectations For Marisa Lombardi ’21, self-confidence is the building block of success.  Read more

    Photo of a student in front of Berchmans Hall