Being La Dominicana, an investigation in the ways Dominican visual culture portrays Dominican women and how women represent themselves in their own creative endeavors in response to existing stereotypes, will be out July 2021.
At Carolina Friends School, we value all alumni, not just graduates, for the meaningful connections they provide across our history of over 50 years.
Our alumni community has built its own set of traditions, and we provide a number of opportunities for alumni to reconnect with each other and the School, both digitally and in-person. In a world that is increasingly divided and in isolation, we believe that it is more important than ever to increase meaningful connections and collaborations.
Aubrey Griffith-Zill '05 and her partner Bruce launched Durham Salt Cave in the summer of 2020 with the belief that self-care is the essence of wellness.
Check out Yvette's most recent article "Meeting the Moment: Black Lives Matter, Racial Inequality, Corporate Messaging, and Rebranding, " published on October 29 in Advertising & Society.
Dance and Theater
Through the years, dozens of former CFS students, stretching from the 1970s to the 2010s, have returned over winter break to offer alumni dance and/or theatre projects for our community.
Traditionally, each December a group of alumni come together to challenge current students to basketball games, volleyball matches, and ultimate frisbee competitions.
FriendsFest is an opportunity for the larger community to celebrate the amazing musical talents of our alumni and School community with a day of family fun and entertainment.
Throughout each year, smaller opportunities allow alumni to gather, in cities across the country as well as here locally.