Belinda Castiblanco is a rising star in the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature in the College of Arts and Sciences, and an awardee of the Alpha Sigma Lambda award granted to outstanding non-traditional students.
Mackenzie Deng, a graduating senior receiving his degree in Business Management, developed and implemented College Thursdays, a post-secondary education and preparation program for the Boys and Girls Club of Bellport (BGC).
Ben Goldfein, a senior in Emory College of Arts and Sciences, argues in his philosophy honors thesis that Aristotle’s ancient Nicomachean Ethics can help us deal with the anxiety associated with artificial intelligence.
Ashley Barry, a double major in English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Stony Brook University, spent the summer watching scary movies for her senior thesis project on “Feminine Fear: Affect Theory and Horror Films in the Twenty-first Century.”
Raul Boquin, now an MIT senior, remembers the assignment from his freshman year as if it were yesterday. During a leadership workshop, he was asked to write a headline for a newspaper in his imagined future.
"Father." Her father, Isaiah Nixon, an African American man who had dared to vote in the 1948 Democratic Primary in Montgomery County, Georgia, only the second held since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled all-white primaries unconstitutional. Her father, who was gunned down by two white men that evening…