Spring, 2022: Students visit prison and speak at State Capitol

Spring, 2022: Mixtape projects

Very proud of Vrushali, Vince, Sarah, Hely, and Lucy presenting at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research!

Memories from poignant and sweet end-of-year activities


Kathryn & Avery publish in the Atlanta Journal Constitution 



Jack Wolfram published in Apollon




Audrey and I at the Beinecke: “Oxford Student Makes Rare Discovery” 

Audrey’s research published by Medical Humanities 



Summer book discussion, The Likeness, by Tana French:

Thirteen of us read Midsummer Night’s Dream together on August 9. They made the play fresh, fun, and surprising to me at every point (and improved my C H A T skills):

November 13, 2019: Visiting the Georgia Tech Paper Museum to make paper via seventeenth-century methods (plus dinner in westside ATL):

October 16, 2019: Road trip to GSU to hear Stephen Greenblatt (plus dinner in downtown ATL):

No paper? No problem








Jordan, Mollie, Noah, and Jacob, presenting on their research at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (2019)







Katie, presenting on her criminal justice research at the Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference (2018)

Making Flan from Bryce’s grandmother’s recipe


Georgia Tech student Preston Smith’s AJC article on coaching Atlanta’s children (2018)




Emory Oxford student Sam Gardner’s AJC article on burying the homeless (2018)




Dave Evans’ Critical Education article on “The Elevating Connection of Higher Education in Prison: An Incarcerated Student’s Perspective” (2018) and Carlito Tarwater’s  Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy’s “The Mind Oppressed” (2016)



Darby Foster’s guest post on “Data-Mining King Lear” (2017)



Trey Smith’s Forbes & Fifth article on “Lear’s Tyranny in Qaddafi’s Libya” (2016)




Grace Horlock wins William Gilmer Perry Award for best freshman essay at Georgia Tech


Road Trip to see Benedict Cumberbatch play Hamlet:


Tariq Writing Essay