A year-long research project on media representations of Syrian refugees altered senior Mary Dellas’ perspective on journalistic objectivity and set her on a new career path. Previously interested in working in fashion industry public relations, Dellas now plans to pursue a career in journalism.
Three years ago, LA&S colleagues Anne R. Roschelle, professor of sociology, and Luz Porras, lecturer of languages, literatures, and cultures, embarked on a journey to understand the mass migration of unaccompanied Central American minors into the United States.
When the English Department lost critical funding for tutors for its acclaimed Supplemental Writing Workshop (SWW), necessity proved the mother of invention.
In the introduction to his Sociology Senior Seminar paper, Steven Bagoly breathlessly tells the tale of star-crossed lovers sharing a sweet, but fleeting, kiss during a zombie apocalypse.
The “Liberal Arts in Action” series allows alumni to speak, in their own words, about the value of a liberal arts education. Emily Atkin is a staff writer at the New Republic.