For people of color, integrating into white culture is often essential, but moving between identities is also absolutely exhausting.
Alumni embrace the beauty of human error by printing and binding a literary journal by hand.
Asst. Prof. Josie Clowney asks big questions about how DNA patterns the cells in our bodies.
Political science alum Jill Ettinger uses her experience from the entertainment industry to work for social change.
A faculty member is recognized for connecting the cosmos with our earthly bodies.
The new Mitchell Scholarship connects film, television, and media students with Hollywood.
In LSA, we’re preparing students to create bold and purposeful change, wherever their individual paths lead. After graduation, Emmanuel plans to put his multicultural perspective and international studies degree to work in refugee and immigration advocacy. An LSA internship scholarship enabled him to gain precious experience with a nonprofit organization for LGBTQ+ asylum seekers — so he can start making a positive difference now.