ISIS: a global issue with a local angle

A collaborative effort between the University, charity organizations and research groups brought a swath of engaged professors, politicians and aid workers to Grounds last month for a panel to discuss the Islamic State, the violence the organization perpetrates against women and various strategies the international community can employ to alleviate the challenges victims face.
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Consulting: a common, but varied path

In 2013, 10 percent of University undergraduates went into Consulting Services, --the second most popular industry for students according to the University ...
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The Competition Effect

As September comes to a close, most upperclassmen have re-entered the academic mode. First years are continuing to acclimate to a new environment.
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Acquiring language proficiency

Each language department approaches the competency requirement differently, however. Where some departments emphasize immediately teaching in the target ...
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