Embodying Empathy

After recovering from a near-complete physical disability, Keanna Smigliani ’21 wants to be the person she needed most during her healing process.

Finding the Line Between Right and Privilege

“If the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms that ‘everyone has the right to freedom of movement,’ why are the means of movement only available to the wealthy few?” asks Sarah-Catherine Hartiens ’22.

Ukraine: Alumni Reflect on Wartime Resilience, Part I

Three alumni who grew up in Ukraine share their reflections on the war with Russia and how the world can show support.

Multimedia Concert to Highlight Artistic Inspiration Abroad

Through music, art and interviews, the Gordon Symphony Orchestra’s fall concert spotlights the inspiration that students and famed composers alike experience when abroad, November 2.

Split Peas and Asylees

In Portland, Maine, last spring, a number of food production workers stopped washing their hands, and it was Abbey Mitchell’s job to find out why.