Federico Perelmuter '21 Writes About Mariana Enríquez’s “The Dangers of Smoking in Bed” in the LA Review of Books
The political science major is one of 212 students from 39 states, Washington, D.C., and Mexico who make up the 2021 cohort of the fellowship, which provides yearlong learning and networking opportunities emphasizing personal, professional, and civic growth.
John F. McKnight, Jr., who has been the dean of institutional equity and inclusion at Connecticut College since 2016, will succeed Interim Dean of the College Joyce Bylander on July 1.
The history major and peace, justice, and human rights concentrator is working on criminal justice reform at the Promise of Justice Initiative this year.
The Board of Managers established this new group at the end of 2020 to independently review the College’s progress in racial equity goals, and the inaugural members have now been selected.
The economics and mathematics double major is now working in Los Angeles for Rothschild & Co. in mergers and acquisitions.
The initiative is centered around Truth, Healing, Resiliency, Inclusion, and Equity and will invest long-term in sustainable change that includes workshops and webinars.
The 2020-2021 Careers in English Program aims to build community among past and present English majors and encourage current students to imagine a wide range of career paths.
Sixty-five percent of the Fords who applied this year were selected as semi-finalists for the international fellowship program that funds research projects, courses of study, and English Teaching Assistant Programs.
The recent grad has taken all the tools she acquired during her Haverford years with her to Northeastern School of Law, where she is studying to become a public interest lawyer.