Student Archive

  • Students organize the biggest-ever Winter Reading Project.

  • Senior biology student Shabnam Elahi traces one town’s history of toxic exposure.

  • History doctoral candidate Adam Goodman investigates the dynamics of deportation.

  • Senior Olivia Rutigliano takes Shakespearean costume study into her own hands.

  • Political science doctoral candidate Matthew Kavanagh argues that patents are counter-productive in developing countries.

  • Students Become Curators in the Spiegel Contemporary Art Freshman Seminar

  • Young scholars research cutting-edge topics at the 2013 Undergraduate Research Fair.

  • Graduate student composers share their work.

  • Ph.D. candidate Zain Lakhani historicizes the politics of sexual violence against women in the age of human rights.

  • Nicole Williams and John Baranik are learning about music, business, and how to trash talk 1800s-style.

  • Students from the Class of 2016 offer their advice to incoming freshmen.

  • Shirley Leung, C’13, G’13, discusses the importance of having a faculty mentor.

  • Michael Morse unravels the “crazy quilt” of ex-felon disenfranchisement laws in the South.

  • Twenty students from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Liberal and Professional Studies, the Professional Master’s Program, and the Graduate Division were recognized as 2013 Dean’s Scholars at this year’s Levin Family Dean’s Forum. This honor is presented annually to SAS students who exhibit exceptional academic performance and intellectual promise.

  • Every year, the undergraduate students in Douglas Jerolmack’s Earth Surface Processes class use their spring break to go to a desert instead of a beach: White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.

  • Service and Scholarship Around the World

  • A philosopher, a cognitive scientist, and a political scientist walk into a classroom. What happens next?

  • Lisa Ruth Rand explores the ecosystem of deep space.

  • Senior Geena Ianni finds an overlooked language deficit in some brain injury survivors.

  • English doctoral candidate Marissa Nicosia explores historical literary genres.

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