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  • Women Rise Up
    Audrey Utchen’s senior capstone project in business management, “Shift Happens: The Rise of Women in American Business Leadership,” explores diversity in the workplace. She took departmental honors for her project, which she’ll present this Thursday, April 27, in the Underwood Lobby.
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  • Back to Tap
    The Student Environmental Alliance is advocating a better, more socially and environmentally responsible way to drink water. This Earth Day, urges SEA committee member Kailani Clarke ’20, commit to ditch plastic bottles and fill up reusable bottles at water refill stations around campus.
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  • Faculty Focus: Oros on Japan
    Japan’s leadership wants the country’s military to take a greater role in its global security, a goal in alignment with the new U.S. administration’s push for its allies to do more. Andrew Oros’ new book, Japan’s Security Renaissance, is perfectly timed to examine how this change is happening.
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  • SCE on Vacation
    Life is no vacation when you’ve got two theses to work on. So double business and history major Holly Chisholm ’17 decided to write hers about the American vacation.
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  • History Unearthed
    Anthropology professor Chuck Fithian shares his vast collection of artifacts with students in his Material Culture class.
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  • Top Scholar
    History major Faith Stahl ’19 took first place in stiff competition for a $25,000 scholarship from the Saint Andrew’s Society of Philadelphia to study in Scotland.
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  • In the Game
    Kevin Wilson ’19 is powering through his studies in business and economics.
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  • Getting It Done
    Already accepted to medical school, Jason Mercando ’17 will spend the first half of summer participating in a new internship at the University of California, San Francisco, biochemistry lab of alumna Terumi Kohwi-Shigematsu ’71.
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