Playwriting Grads Find Their Voices, Then Success

For her first assignment in the MFA Playwriting program at the School of Drama, Janine Nabers (’08) was told to imagine a conversation her parents might have had on their first date. She wrote about their first chance meeting in ... read more

Incarceration Nation

The United States leads the world on many fronts, from technology and finance to entertainment and higher education. But there’s another arena in which its leadership is far less flattering: incarceration. Currently, the U.S. prison and local jail population sits ... read more

Helping the Visually Impaired, One Hug at a Time

Growing up in South Korea, Chloe Koo witnessed her uncle’s struggles with a disability, The graphic and visual designer wanted to find some way to help. “Seeing the challenges my uncle had to overcome really pushed me to create something ... read more