In this Insider report, Laurie Essig—gender, sexuality, and feminist studies professor— comments on the potential consequences and limitations of posting videos of street harassment on platforms like TikTok.
In an interview with the San Diego Union-Tribune, Language Schools attendee Sarah Federman discusses her enlightening and sometimes emotional journey in researching the French National Railways’ role in the Holocaust.
Scientist Ross McIntosh has been working to overcome antivaccination beliefs in communities experiencing polio outbreaks in Africa. Fluency in French—gained through a fellowship at the Language Schools—has helped him to overcome vaccine hesitancy.
As a doctor, Masiray Kamara always knew clear communication was vital. Now she is putting skills gained through a fellowship at the Language Schools to use in her practice to build deeper bonds and help her patients overcome mistrust in the medical system.
Sophomore Cassia Park’s summer internship at the HOPE Food Shelf in Addison County changed how she sees herself and her place in the world. The internship was part of her studies in the Privilege and Poverty Academic Cluster.