After recovering from a near-complete physical disability, Keanna Smigliani ’21 wants to be the person she needed most during her healing process.
“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.
Ukrainian-American siblings Katya Tymchenko ’09 and and Ilya Timtchenko ’14 process the fear, grief and resolve that have gripped them since Russia invaded their home country in February.
For William Peña ’18, solving big world programs starts on a very small scale: one client at a time.
For the United Kingdom, the Halloween season held more anticipation and suspense than haunted houses and spooky costumes. It was to be a fateful day determining the country’s future—Brexit. Over three years since Britain voted through referendum to… Read More