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Optometrist. Advocate. Philanthropist.

Champion for the student experience.

By Kristi Garrett
The legacy of Warren Harvard Low, OD, who passed away on December 28, 2015, and was the longest-serving member of Ketchum’s Board of Trustees, spanned more than 40 years and three institutional presidents. 1,122 more words

Faces Of MBKU

Lowell D. Godfrey, OD, ’53

The Visionaries Society is comprised of individuals who have chosen to name Marshall B. Ketchum University or one of its colleges in their will or estate plans. 226 more words

Faces Of MBKU

Demon Darlings Found Love on Campus

Classes, friends, studying, volunteer work, extracurricular activities … and love. According to some alumni, love is definitely in the air at DePaul. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with this collection of love stories submitted by DePaul alumni. 1,345 more words


Hear Our Voices

From Boulder to D.C., Denver to Los Angeles, Vashon Island to Chiang Mai and Beyond

Candace Walworth, PhD, Peace Studies Program Chair

Last month, a familiar voice called my name as I headed into the Rayback Collective to write postcards to Senators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet. 754 more words


Alumni Story: Jacob Simmons

Hello PVA students, I am Jacob Simmons, former PVA Senior. It may dawn on the seniors that after you graduate there should be a plan for the future and this is the future that I decided to lay out for myself. 271 more words

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Black Coffee and Clothes: 10 Initial Impressions of Stockholm

We’ve all heard that the Swedes are tall, blonde, and quiet, but there is really a lot more to them. After a couple of weeks in Stockholm, I have picked up on a few unique characteristics of this city and the people who live here. 696 more words

Cultural Engagement

Honey, I'm 'holm

Hej, I’m Maddie. I’m a 21-year-old student in my final year at Gustavus Adolphus College in St Peter, Minnesota, and I’m here at DIS Stockholm helping to kick off the semester. 496 more words

Stockholm & Swedish Culture