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August 15, 2012
Kait Walsh '13
Internship forces student to disconnect and learn about life without social media
Kait Walsh leaves social media for three weeks in an attempt to determine how these channels affects the lives of her peers.
Alex Mazer '07
Entrepreneurial drive leads alumnus to success
Alumnus thrives on his entrepreneurial spirit to found his company, The BirdDog Group.
Sara Rossi '08
Alumna travels the world with luxury watch maker
Sara Rossi represents Jaeger-LeCoultre as a National Sales Trainer, traveling the globe to increase sales of the luxury watch brand in which she has found a great passion.
Geoff Weathersby '12 and Kailey Raymond '12
Student team turns business concept into startup
After winning the Robins School's Business Pitch Competition, these graduates went on to become founders of their own business.
August 11, 2012
Amalia Kobelja, '14
Scholar-athlete excels in the pool, classroom, community
On July 17 the Atlantic 10 Conference named Amalia Kobelja, ’14, the female Scholar-Athlete of the Year in recognition of her achievements in the pool and classroom. She’s also a standout in the community.
August 10, 2012
Civic Engagement Teams
New structure helps maximize student engagement at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement
Three teams allow students to develop their strengths and interests while taking greater ownership of projects at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement.
August 7, 2012
Brianne Mullen, L'13
Law student plans to make waves at a World Bank-sponsored symposium in her first trip abroad
Law student plans to make waves at a World Bank-sponsored symposium in her first trip abroad.
July 25, 2012
Internships give students experience working on Senate campaigns
Two students are getting an inside look at the Virginia Senate race and learning about leadership from two former governors thanks to their respective internships.
July 23, 2012
Katherine Schmidt, '12
Creative arts serve as catalyst for exploring identity
American studies major Katherine Schmidt, ’12, uses the creative arts to explore themes of identity and empower children and youth in underserved communities.
July 19, 2012