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As a final project for the “Politics of Epidemics” Maymester course taught by Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Ricky Price, students were challenged to confront the political problems of…

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The Knee on Me

On June 13, HWS faculty, staff and students were joined by members of the Geneva community for the first in a series of virtual teach-ins on racial justice titled “Voices…

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Orientation Coordinators Garrett Downs ’22 and Lalaine Vergara ’21 have returned to campus to plan a memorable Orientation Weekend for the Classes of 2024. First up, the pair have launched…

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International relations major Saima Mashori ’22 is a 2020 Future First Fellow at Beyond the Bomb, a Washington, D.C.-based organization focused on denuclearization through education and policy reform. She is…

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For Molly Trunfio ’24, playing an instrument is all in the family. A guitar player and singer, she often performs at festivals with her uncle Dave McKeon and his bluegrass…

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Linnea Batey

Having found a passion for politics through a service opportunity with the Swedish Armed Forces and a fellowship with the Elizabeth Warren Campaign, Linnea Batey ’24 is eager to begin…

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As an intern for the Dallas Mavericks in 2019, Alexander Konradi ’24 gained professional experience in both information technology and community relations. While juggling his internship, Konradi competed in the…

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Katey Foley

As an AmeriCorps volunteer, Katherine Foley ’20 will serve the community of Big Sky, Montana as a member of the Gallatin River Task Force. Foley’s role will be to protect…

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Home early from a semester abroad in Galway, Ireland, Guy Thomas ’21 landed a position with Robinette Organic Farm in Martell, Nebraska. As he constructs three greenhouses, Thomas is learning…

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While continuing her studies remotely this semester, Mary “Mar” Healy ’20 has also distributed more than 2,000 care packages to medical professionals and essential workers at 38 hospitals in the…

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