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University of Idaho alum recalls North Idaho's ugly past with white supremacy

The events in Virginia this week seems to have shaken us all, spurred debate and for some revealed the ugly truth about the lingering nature of Neo-Nazi and white supremacist sentiment in our country today. 602 more words

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Jen Berlingo: Marketing & Diversifying as an Art Therapist

By Amanda Hart, Graduate Art Therapy student at Naropa University

Jen Berlingo is an art therapist working out of San Francisco, CA, working both online and in the community. 597 more words


Amy Calandrino '05

When we asked Amy Calandrino if she envisioned attending college from an early age, she responded:  “Graduating from college and owning my own business helping others was always a dream of mine, but I always thought it was one of those lofty, fairytale kind of dreams.  705 more words

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Professor Emeritus Dr. David C. Bright: Mentoring and Service are His Highest Honors

By Pamela Martineau

Southern California College of Optometry Professor Emeritus David C. Bright, OD, ’76, has been bestowed with many high honors during his lengthy career. 728 more words

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My experience as a mobility student at Makerere University

By Isaac Nyabisa Oteyo

Growing up in rural Western Kenya, I often heard people talking about great universities in East Africa like the University of Nairobi, Makerere University and University of Dar es Salaam. 1,593 more words


Alumni stories: Amod

What happens after interning at Oxfam Novib? The Alumni blog series is all about students who have finished their internship as part of the Oxfam Novib Academy.  468 more words

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Harue Marsden, OD, MS, ’87: Tireless advocate and champion of the profession

By Kristi Garrett

Whether it was on the floor of the House of Delegates of the American Optometric Association or in the close confines of an exam room, Harue Marsden, OD, MS, ’87 was impossible to miss. 1,449 more words

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