College of Liberal Arts

Ronelle Tsheila '21

Early Activism

Ronelle Tshiela ’21 has a friend who never drives with anything in his pockets. He keeps his license and registration on the dashboard so if he gets stopped by the police he doesn’t have to reach anywhere they can’t see. And that’s in New Hampshire. “The fear is most definitely present here,”... Read More

Recent Stories

  • Image of student on a laptop coding
    - Getting Down to Business
    Job hunting amidst COVID-19 isn’t just a challenge for recent graduates and internship-seekers on the frontlines of today’s economy. It’s also a priority for the career team... Read More
  • Capturing Moments
    - Capturing Moments
    A sports season cut short. A personal story of cancer. Beer going bad. The nuances of hiking during COVID-19. These are just a few of the stories students told when asked to... Read More
  • Kikori cofounders Kendra Bostick and Bryn Lottig
    - Education, Textbooks and Recycling
    An app designed for educators to help them use experiential and social-emotional learning activities in their classrooms took first place in the 32nd Holloway Competition held... Read More
  • flowers at Thompson Hall
    - Passings in COLA
    Remembering emeritus faculty we've lost. Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - Fulbright Scholarships Extended
    Katherine Heaney ’20G just received her master’s degree in secondary education. Her plan for September had been to travel to Spain to teach English for the next academic year. She... Read More
  • Political science professor Jeannie Sowers headshot
    - Energy-Health Nexus
    Jeannie Sowers will study the health impacts of infrastructure destruction in the Middle East. Read More
  • Jordyn in front of Hamilton Smith Hall
    - Finding the Story
    Journalism major Jordyn Haime covers the beat while creating her own story. Read More
  • Spring cohort of Semester in the City interns
    - Change Yourself, Change the World
    Semester in the City honored its eighth successful semester on May 1. Eighteen students presented five-minute reflections on their recent internships at locations throughout the... Read More
  • Professor Meghan Howey with students
    - Privilege of Breaking into Earth Honored
    Meghan Howey, professor of anthropology has been named a 2020 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. Fellows receive $200,000 to fund research and writing aimed at addressing some of the most... Read More
  • Kabria Baumgartner, assistant professor of American studies
    - Historical Support
    With two recent fellowships, American studies professor Kabria Baumgartner will research a book project on Robert Morris, the first African American trial lawyer in the U.S. Read More