Meg Greene ‘05 and Cooper Wilson ‘00 received the 25th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards at a special presentation on Spencer Field during half time of the varsity football game. Mr. Fred Moulton, headmaster, and Mr. William Croft ‘90, chairman of the board of trustees, presented the awards on October 27. Meg is an editorial and desktop publisher and freelance designer who lives in New York City and works for the United Nations in the Documents Division. She previously worked for the U.S. Supreme Court as a composition specialist and for the U.S. Library of Congress as a visual information specialist. Meg graduated with a Bachelor of Science in graphic communications from Clemson University and will graduate in May with a Master of Science in publishing from New York University. She serves as an NYU Grad Student Council Representative and as the NYU Publishing Association Vice President. Greene received the NYU President’s Service Award in recognition of her volunteer work, and she is a member of the New York Women in Communications. Cooper is a litigator for the McLeod Law Group in Charleston. He has been named a Rising Star by S.C. Super Lawyers since 2013, and he co-authored The Law of Automobile Insurance in S.C., Seventh Edition. Cooper is a member of the James L. Pettigru Inn of Court, an organization comprised of judges, lawyers and law students from the 9th Judicial Circuit. He attended Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in history and the University of South Carolina School of Law with a Juris Doctor. Cooper serves on the Board of Directors for the Special Olympics of S.C., and he has been named the Star of the Quarter by the South Carolina Young Lawyers Division several times for his volunteer efforts with this group.