For Burkina: Changing Lives Through Education

Drury graduates Ben Hall ’12, Brittany Layton ’13, Will Stone ’14, and Olivia Snell ’16 traveled to Burkina Faso in January to to build a school in one of the most impoverished countries on Earth, and found themselves in the middle of a terrorist attack on their last night in the country.  

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A Life of Lessons

Four highly respected Drury University professors retired at the conclusion of the academic year in May. The university community recently recognized the foursome – whose combined careers represent more than 170 years of teaching excellence and countless student lives touched.

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An Inherited Dream

In 1967, Dr. Rabindra Roy made a promise that he would take care of the one-room school where his father served as secretary. That dream evolved into a lifetime passion for education in Dr. Roy’s native Durgapur, India. 

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About the Theme

Drury Magazine dedicates this issue to exploring stories of faculty, staff and alumni who have devoted their lives to making a difference.

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Not Meant for That Life After All

After working since childhood to secure a career in television, Sean Barnhill ’15 achieved his dream – and then discovered a new dream working back home for a local nonprofit. 

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About This Issue

Drury Magazine dedicates this issue to exploring stories of faculty, staff and alumni who have devoted their lives to making a difference. From across the city to across the globe, Drury alumni are using their time and talents to make the world a better place.

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