Nahuel Rosa – How I found Myself

Nahuel Rosa – How I found Myself

From Community Garden projects in Abu Dhabi, Social Work in New York City to inspiring and teaching students in Argentina, Nahuel “Nanu” Rosa (YR 35/2010, Argentina) did it all and much more. Here is how he told us his story. “When you leave Pearson...
Campus Renewal – A Celebration of Generous Supporters

Campus Renewal – A Celebration of Generous Supporters

Gathering, as we do every day, on the traditional and unceded territories of the Scia’new (Beecher Bay) First Nation, we sometimes pause to consider not only the land upon which we learn and work but also the generous people who help make this possible. In conjunction...
Fighting Climate Change with the Akikiki

Fighting Climate Change with the Akikiki

When the New York Times Magazine posed the question of whether we should regard conservation as an ethical or an economic question in a lengthy feature article a couple of months ago the answer was a slam dunk for Pearson College UWC alumna Cali (Lisa) Crampton. “I...
MISSA – A Creative Immersion on Campus! 

MISSA – A Creative Immersion on Campus! 

Article submitted by Marna Lynn Smith, MISSA Executive Director (YR 15/1990, Canada-YT) Every summer since 1984, the Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts (MISSA) has been attracting both emerging and established artists to gather together to create and...
Sign up to prepare current 2nd Years for their lives after Pearson

Sign up to prepare current 2nd Years for their lives after Pearson

Dear Pearson College UWC Alumni, For our Annual ‘Life After Pearson Prep Session’, we are reaching out to all of you in the hopes to gather as diverse a representation as possible of post-Pearson experiences. We will be facilitating a combined in-person/ online panel,...
Offering “Wise” Counsel

Offering “Wise” Counsel

Making the switch from heading up your own financial services organization to designing and building landscape gardens in the Japanese custom might seem like a jarring career transition but alumnus Richard Wise (YR 1/1976, UK) focuses on a key principle that continues...