International affairs grad Emma Barclay ’16 is currently a Peace Corps volunteer on the African island of Madagascar as part of her long-term goal to join the United States Foreign Service.
Libbi Wilson ’15 is more than 16 months into a two-year assignment in China, teaching approximately 100 university students across six classes in three unique subjects.
“Alone atop a rock looking out over the Pacific, I listened to the brand new Conor Oberst album ‘Ruminations,’ took the title to heart and did some thinking,” writes Sierra Flach ’18 of her final days in New Zealand.
When Alex Bostian ’16 arrived in Moldova in early summer, he didn’t speak one word of the language. But by early fall, he was teaching classes in both English and Romanian.
“My goal is not to show at top galleries; I want to integrate art and experience,” says professional artist David Popa ’14. “I’m interested in creating a whole other genre of art.”