Lauren Ruhnke, CLA ’17, is currently on her second but certainly not her last trip to India. She studied abroad there as an undergrad, has returned as a grad student on a scholarship and will visit several more times to work on her dissertation.
Senior Amanda Morrison didn’t plan on enrolling at Temple University’s College of Liberal Arts. She didn’t plan on being a global studies major. And she didn’t plan on having a part-time job at a nonprofit women’s group. But each time opportunity came knocking, she answered.
Dave Mariano, CLA ’07, is an Advocacy Advisor for the Danish Refugee Council, The former political science major has a few pieces of advice for students interested in humanitarian and/or NGO work.
Today, June 19, Americans around the country will celebrate Juneteenth, a holiday recognizing the freeing of slaves. For Americans who aren’t as familiar with Juneteenth as they are with the Fourth of July, CLA History Professor Wilbert Jenkins discusses the holiday’s origins and importance.