When Yo-Yo Ma—perhaps the world’s most famous living classical musician—played his cello at the border entry point in Laredo, Texas, last April, it was a perfect example of how the culture of classical music is changing.
Veronica Andreades ’20 believed the path to success was a master plan and a straight path. But a summer internship abroad taught her the opposite: the fastest route is, in fact, a very squiggly line.
After three months of preparation, mentoring and collaboration, five teams of student entrepreneurs finally competed for $10,000 during the sixth annual Social Venture Challenge (SVC) on April 11.
From the negative influence of cell phones to the origin of the universe, last week’s JUD Talks provided a platform for students to exercise their public speaking skills by presenting a speech on a topic that inspires their passion.