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List of 20 news stories.
Sarah Skinner '18 Named Rhodes Scholarship Recipient
Marist School graduate Sarah A. Skinner ’18 was recently named a Rhodes Scholar.
More than 820 applicants were endorsed by 247 colleges and universities for one of the 32 scholarships awarded this year.
Marist parent of alumni, Michael Barry, has devoted a considerable amount of time and personal resources to help found The Bishop Joel M. Konzen S.M. Catholic School at Pope Francis School and Health Center in Ghana West Africa.
Cmdr. Joe Campbell '98 member of U.S. Navy's "Silent Service"
Cmdr. Joe Campbell '98 serves aboard USS Kentucky, known as America's "Silent Service", the Navy's submarine force operates a large fleet of technically advanced vessels. These submarines are capable of conducting rapid defensive and offensive operations around the world, in furtherance of U.S. national security.
Caroline Chipman '17 wins Marilyn Vincent Scholar Athlete Award
Caroline Chipman '17, a member of the UGA Women's Soccer team, was awarded with the Marilyn Vincent Scholar Athlete Award. This award recognizes the senior female athlete who is graduating with the highest GPA. Congratulations Caroline!
Dr. Lambda Msezane '93 featured on 11 Alive’s “Atlanta & Company” daily show
In September 2020, Georgia Urology’s Dr. Lambda Msezane was featured on 11 Alive’s “Atlanta & Company” daily show. She was also featured in an accompanying written piece in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution(AJC).
Kennedy Walls '20 holding first free flue shot clinic for refugee children in Clarkston
Kennedy Walls '20 is the Founder and CEO of Aid the Journey, Inc. (ATJ) which is a grassroots 501(c)3 organization providing free medical grade supplies and feminine hygiene packs to refugees. Aid the Journey, Inc. is delivering treats, not tricks this Halloween, holding its first free flu shot clinic for refugee children in Clarkston. The grassroots nonprofit has Partnered with the Board-certified physicians of Kids Doc On Wheels for this event.
Omari Hardwick '92, after finishing his six-year run on Starz's popular drama "Power", has decided to focus on film. With the success of "Power, Hardwick was able to nab a leading role in the upcoming thriller "Spell", which is out in theaters and video on demand October 30.
Ananya Malhotra '16 selected as American Rhodes Scholar for 2020
Ananya Malhotra '16 was selected as 1 of 32 American Rhodes Scholars for 2020. She was chosen from among 14 Rhodes finalists from North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia from a seven-person committee.
John Sexton '19 and dad have meaningful weekend at Notre Dame
John Sexton's father, Shawn Sexton, was diagnosed with ALS when John was just a seventh grader at Marist. John excelled while at Marist and Shawn hoped to watch him graduate. When John was accepted to University of Notre Dame, Shawn did something no one thought possible: he attended "Welcome Weekend".
Caroline Chipman '17, current soccer player at the University of Georgia has been named a recipient of the 2019-2020 Joel Eaves Scholar-Athlete Award. This award is presented to the male and female student-athletes with the highest grade point average upon entering the fall semester of his or her senior year, based upon academic hour rather than eligibility.
Emma Federer '17 first full length show to premier in Summerfest
Emma Federer '17 is the 2018 winner of the New South Young Playwrights Festival in Atlanta, Georgia where her One-act, The Homeless and the Hopefull, was produced and performed. Her first full length show, Bermuda Triangle, will premier in the 2019 NY Summerfest Festival.
Cam Wiley '15, currently a senior guard at Swarthmore, earned MVP honors in the Centennial Concerence Tournament for the second time in his career. Wiley is only one of two players in conference history to play in four consecutive men's basketball championships. Wiley helped lead his team to a win and Swarthmore will be heading to the NCAA tournament. Congrats Cam and Swarthmore!