P.J. Settles ’15, a senior captain and quarterback for the Rhodes College Lynx, has been named a semi-finalist for the 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy which recognizes the top football scholar-athlete in the nation.
Rita Johnson ’18 discovered her passion for triathlon just two years ago but has quickly advanced to the international level. She will represent Team USA at this year’s ITU World Championship in Australia.
“Ensworth instilled in me a curiosity of the world that I still have today. I want to know why things are the way they are. Teachers like Mr. Chanaca and Mr. Kautzman helped me develop this curiosity through their examples inside and outside of the classroom…their passion and curiosity were contagious.”
Leaf Seligman ’73 juggles many roles. She is a college professor, retired clergy, founder of a nonprofit, and leader of both juvenile and adult court diversion programs. She has both a Master of the Arts in English & Writing from the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School; she is an Adjunct Professor at Keene State College and notably sees herself as “a practitioner of life, not a professor of knowledge.”