Bidding farewell to the people of Guatemala after his first medical mission trip, then-Hampden-Sydney sophomore Jeff Mapp ’01 left a piece of his heart behind. On his return to Guatemala, Mapp was no longer just a young, eager college student. Instead, he returned as a trained pediatrician leading Extra Mile Pediatrics, the medical nonprofit he founded because of his passion for the people he met those many years before.
More than 13 years after his retirement, Squires Professor Emeritus of History Ron Heinemann remained a fixture on the Hill. Proof of his lasting legacy can be found in a collection of tributes authored by his former students and fellow faculty members following his passing on November 18, 2020, with many describing him as the consummate good man and good citizen.
Diversity and diversification are two guiding principles by which Warren Thompson ’81 has lived his life, and they have served him well. The founder and president of award-winning Reston-based Thompson Hospitality talks about overcoming obstacles to build a legacy.
A standout offensive lineman, 4.00 physics major, and humble and gracious Hampden-Sydney man, Tyler Howerton ’21 has
accomplished an impressive list of feats in his four years on the Hill.