I sat in on a number of sessions of a PBL course (called Essentials for the Physician Assistant II) for the MPAS program to learn what all the fuss was about, and let me say: This might be the best way anyone has taught anyone anything, ever.
“Theatre at Chatham is full of self-starters,” says Maria Shoop ‘13, MFACW ’14, who would know. As a member of the last class that had the opportunity to major in theatre, Shoop founded the Drama Club in 2011 to keep the theatre spirit going.
On Thursday, November 1, 2018, hundreds of members of the Chatham community gathered at Chatham’s pond for an Interfaith Service and Vigil to commemorate the lives lost in the Tree of Life Synagogue shootings, and to recognize Chatham’s enduring ties and friendship with the Jewish community.
At the intersection of commerce and social commentary, jewelry designer and Chatham alumna, Sarah Sindler’s tooth caps, nostril clips, fingernail rings, and more, are equal parts accessory and conversation piece.
Author and journalist Brittany Hailer learned the power of listening and the strength of community in Chatham’s MFA Creative Writing program. She’s spun her diverse experience into the book Animal You’ll Surely Become, a genre-blending work of poetry and creative nonfiction.