Experts weigh in on the definition and context of a popular term.
Advice on a single topic gathered from across campus and across disciplines
Alumna Alice Ndikumana, a technology consultant at Deloitte focusing on health care, finds herself on the front lines of one of the most hotly contested policy debates in U.S. history: health-care reform under the Affordable Care Act.
As the dining writer for The Times-Picayune and its website, NOLA.com, Todd Price, AB ’96, has become a well-known figure in the Big Easy’s bustling restaurant community.
The confluence of astrophysics and art meet in the studio of Annette Lee, MS ’08. An artist-scientist of Native American ancestry, Lee’s work has reconnected the Dakota and Ojibwe tribes with the star knowledge of her forebearers.
For his Lost Memory collection, photographer Stanley Strembicki documented water-damaged photographs former residents of New Orleans were forced to abandon during Hurricane Katrina.
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Alumnus Ed deZevallos is a lifelong serial entrepreneur, managing risk against reward and sharing his success to provide opportunities for others.