In the fourth episode of The SIP, Jolene Loetscher (1997) talks with Isabella Madrigal, a brand new Coke Scholar from the 2020 class! An avid writer and storyteller, Isabella discusses her play, Menil and Her Heart, which gives a voice to the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women, how it intersects with her own…
2017 Scholars Camilo Duran, Jackson Blackwell, and Nikhil Marda were named Truman Scholars.
Connecting with Coke Scholar friends looks a little different these days! Many Coke Scholars have been connecting virtually.
Sneha Dave (2016) received the AAPD Paul G. Hearne Emerging Leader Award, and Nancy Redd (1999) wrote a new children’s book, Bedtime Bonnet.
Courtney Lynn (1996, middle), a Coke Scholars Coach, visited two of her coachees, Keyana Zahiri (2019) and Anna Kimata (2018) at Brown University, and alumni also met up in Atlanta, London, and New York City.