Bringing social change to indigenous people

Native Australian Kate Falconer was drawn to the School of Law because of its international reputation. After completing her studies for a master of laws degree, she’ll return home to pursue a doctorate in comparative indigenous law.

Exploring the global footprint of Agent Orange

Ylan Vo, a master’s candidate in both architecture and landscape architecture in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, uses her training to think about how systems interact.

The global classroom

Alex Blustein, a December graduate of School of Engineering & Applied Science and Olin Business School, has visited home less than 40 days since arriving here in 2013. The Tampa native has spent every summer of his undergraduate years either traveling or working, and it’s paid off not only in an amazing job opportunity but it has also strengthened his faith in humanity.

Photo editor sees university through a different lens

Stephen Huber will graduate in December 2016 with degrees in finance and operations and in supply chain management from Olin Business School. But his other job, that of Student Life senior photo editor, taught him so much, too.

A valuable perspective

Cara Cheevers of the Brown School says social workers bring a valuable perspective to organizational leadership and public policy.

A Legacy of Leadership

Senior class president will call upon classmates to consider who they want to be