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    The computer science major explored the development of different forms of machine learning in his thesis.

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    History of art major and recipient of multiple Hurford Center-sponsored internships Emily Dombrovskya ’19 is spending the summer working behind the scenes as the Hurford Center summer assistant.

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    The multi-talented physics major will be teaching and coaching while pursuing a graduate degree in education in the hopes of working with English language learners and immigrant students in America.

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    Thanks to its flexible Create Spaces, and resources and support, the new Visual Culture, Arts, and Media building has made possible a surge in faculty-inspired, curriculum-related, and student-initiated creative projects on campus.

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    The Russian studies major will attend a university in Kazakhstan to hone her Russian proficiency for future government employment.

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    The economics major has long-term plans for the administrative side of Major League Baseball, but in the meantime he’s staying busy by playing professionally in France.

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    William Harris '47 has led a medical career dedicated to innovating new and improved forms of hip replacement surgery, making the proceedure far safer and more affordable as a result.

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    Computer science major Amanda-Lynn Quintero ’19 is uniting her data analytic skills with her passion for fashion as a marketing operations analyst for the company that owns Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free People.

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    The economics major is relocating to outside the nation’s capital to begin his employment at the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation.

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    The psychology major is spending three months in Madagascar, where she’ll study lemurs and aid reforestation efforts.

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    As one of the lawyers featured in both seasons of Making a Murderer, Steven Drizin ’83 plays an important supporting role in the Netflix hit. While the series’ popularity has brought Drizin celebrity, it’s also brought him something more important: a much larger platform to advocate for change in the legal system’s treatment of juveniles.

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    The chemistry major, creative writing minor, and biochemistry concentrator took on pancreatic cancer treatment for his thesis.

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    Highlighting faculty professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.

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    The Professor Emeritus of Physics and the former John and Barbara Bush Professor of Natural Sciences died on June 8. He was 74.

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    The Latin major, who minored in psychology, is pursuing a career in education as a way to combat the social and structural inequalities that plague classrooms across the country.

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