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The Daly News

News and doings from Daly Hall.

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    The well known champion of financial reform, twice named the second most powerful woman in the world, will be the College’s first female president. She starts her new job August 1.
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    Thanks to connections she made while studying abroad in Hong Kong, Lily Britt is spending the summer interning at one of the world’s leading supply chain management firms. 

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    Students network with other socially conscious entrepreneurs and share their experiences with ongoing projects: Soap for Hope, Shore Marketing, Sprout to Action and Garden Boxes.
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    Anticipating international development work in his native Africa, Kwadwo Frimpong ’09 is pursuing his second advanced degree at Columbia University.

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    During her internship at the Washington Center, Tracey Kamen ’17 is living, working, and learning in the heart of Washington D.C. For a political science major, what’s not to like?
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    2015 Literary House Press Intern Nick Anstett writes about the intersection of creative writing and business in the world of literary editing and publishing.
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    After her semester abroad in South Africa, Ashley Elmore ’15 hopes to join the Peace Corps after graduation to return to the continent to work.

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    Teris Pantazes, founder of Seven Seas Energy, will speak Monday, March 23 in Goldstein Hall.
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    Comedy Central marketing executive Don Steele, a 1991 graduate of Washington College, returns to campus February 26 to talk about how he engages the channel’s fans on social media. His talk begins at 4 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
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    Organized by Washington College professor Andrew Oros and the East-West Center in DC, a panel of experts will offer perspectives on Maryland’s trade, security and cultural relations with Asia. It convenes Wednesday, February 18, at 5 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
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    The CEO of Hannon Armstrong treats members of WC’s Brown Advisory Student Investment Fund to a real-world presentation on his company and the broader world of green investing.
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    In the business of selling the wonder and potential of commercial spaceflight, Andrew Antonio ’12 is on the cutting edge of an industry that has him seeing stars.

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    The founder of the Blessed Coffee company will share a taste of his brew, along with his thoughts on the win-win formula of a “benefit corporation” like his.
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    For her senior capstone project, Carly Ogren ’14 wrote a business plan to take her online baking operation to a storefront reality.

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    Off to a fulltime job at T. Rowe Price, the immediate past president of the Cater Society and business management major reflects on how learning outside the classroom made him a stronger student.
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    Lily Britt ’16 has always loved to travel, drawn to the excitement of new experiences and meeting new people. After a year on a Rotary Youth Exchange in France, the die was cast. Lily would follow a career path that always leads back to France.
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    Merkle, Inc. CEO David Williams has grown his marketing agency exponentially, keeping ahead of industry trends and helping corporate clients fine-tune their customer outreach. He speaks November 18 as part of the George Washington Leadership Series. 
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    Did you see the huge pile of trash in Martha Washington Square in the beginning of November? That was a part of my thesis.
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    2014 Literary House Press Intern, senior Samantha Gross, takes us behind the curtain of the soon-to-be-released poetry anthology, The Book of Scented Things—showing us the work that follows the printing of a new book.
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    Robert Alexander ’88 didn’t realize, when he was working on his senior thesis at Washington College, that he was actually writing the business plan for a $25 million business. But that’s how it turned out.