Former Communication student and editor of the campus newspaper heads to The Washington Post.
After taking my first public health class, PHSC 1, I was extremely intrigued by this new approach- viewing health from a preventative lens instead of a treatment lens.
Nick’s work focuses on climate change, politics, and the societal impacts of climate change
In collaboration with ESS faculty member Iris Stewart-Frey, Claire ('16) investigated the impacts of the recent extreme drought on urban streams
Mirelle Raza, 2015, double-majored in Women’s & Gender Studies and Sociology. She is now a Victim Advocate at San Francisco District Attorney's Office.