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Can We?

Nina Morrison

Starting a project from scratch that has an impact on global health has been a great experience.

Nina Morrison ’17,

Should We?

Kyle Takeuchi

Knowing your work helps others can help you through setbacks and dead ends.

Kyle Takeuchi ’17,
Electrical Engineering

Will We?

Seeing students use their skills to make an impact is amazing—and they value the opportunity.

Silvia Figueira,
Frugal Innovation

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  • Amelia Fuller holds up a vial of sticky molecules image link to article

    Sticky Science

    Amelia Fuller and student researchers harness the power of sticky molecules to fight pollution.

  • Coach Herb Sendek on the sidelines against Northern Arizona University.  image link to article

    Learn, Improve, Connect, and Serve

    With the season approaching, Herb Sendek and the men’s basketball team focus on four goals.

  • W. Kamau Bell image link to article

    W. Kamau Bell Named Frank Sinatra Chair for 2017-18

    Emmy Award-winning comedian and political satirist will kick-off his artist residency with an event on November 7.

  • A boy and his family clean up debris in Largo, Florida following Hurricane Irma. image link to article

    Recovery Won’t Happen Overnight

    Florida is healing from Hurricane Irma. Kelsey Rondini ’16 is in the middle of it. On Instagram Live, Rondini shared her experience as an epidemiologist in Tampa Bay, post-Irma.

  • Minnijean Brown, 15 years old, and other members of the Little Rock Nine on the morning of Sept. 25, 1957 image link to article

    Courage Central

    September 1957, Little Rock, Arkansas. Nine African-American kids wanted to go to school. The 101st Airborne was sent there to help. One of those paratroopers tells the story.