Peabody Reflector

Archives for ‘Peabody People’

Band of Brothers

Posted in: Peabody People, Winter 2016

In 1961, fraternities were nearly unheard of at Peabody—there was only one, in fact. So, several students decided to create one. Now the Sigma Epsilon brothers have joined forces to endow a new scholarship at Peabody.



Almost Like Kismet

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2015

Tony and Anita Gotto’s passion for supporting the art of teaching was a perfect match for Peabody’s Dale Farran.



History in the Making

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2015

Hattye Yarbrough’s World War II scrapbook will be featured in the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture.



A Gift that Gives On

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2015

Barbara Harty has a special bond with her late grandmother, Barbara Anthony, who was an advocate of education—and her namesake.



Walking the Walk

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2015

After a bout with bladder cancer, Ballard serves as a member of the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Young Ambassadors.



Breaking Down Barriers

Posted in: Fall 2014, Peabody People

Roslyn Clark Artis is Florida Memorial’s 13th president—and its first woman president.



On the Air

Posted in: Fall 2014, Peabody People

John Wanzung learned the art of selling during his human development classes.



Turning Theory into Practice

Posted in: Fall 2014, Peabody People

Alumni created a scholarship in honor of HOD founder Bob Innes.



No Time like the Present

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2014

Rachel Moser is fulfilling her passion for service through her nonprofit organization, The Uplifting Project.



One Step at a Time

Posted in: Peabody People, Summer 2014

Jessica Harthcock was paralyzed in a diving accident at age 17. She never gave up, even when doctors said she’d never walk again.