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Trevor Dougherty, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, says “ladies’ nights” turn women into commodities.
After graduating from the University of Indianapolis, Cheneta Morrison joined a forensic crew working to locate migrants’ pauper graves.
Jesse Smith, a rising junior at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, credits his peer mentor and Meyerhoff scholarship “family” with helping to lift his ambitions.
John Kelly, a senior at Tufts University, identifies himself as a survivor of sexual assault, and he wants to improve policies for students like him.
Yonny Castillo, a rising junior at Willamette University, came from Mexico as a baby and spent summers picking blueberries with his parents. This summer he will intern for Farmworker Justice.
Trisha Luengen organized a suicide-prevention walk to educate her fellow students at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Before attending a college-prep program for Native American students, Maija Cruz had never heard of Stanford University. Now she is about to graduate from there.
Nick Goodwin, a senior at Emory University, came back from a study-abroad trip determined to connect underserved local families to health resources, including insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
In her home country of Ethiopia, Yemi Melka had to pick between science and social science. Now at Augsburg College, she is blending her interests in chemistry and international relations.
Andile Justice Mkonto had run away and fallen in with a bad crowd, he says, before a development group helped him refocus his life and set off for college in London.
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