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Alumna competes with team

by Mellisa Mulia

Graphic by Jayden Liu

Photo courtesy of Anna Nishida

Annie Nishida has an edge—a synchronized ice-skate edge coordinated with the other people on her team. 616 more words

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Tom Savage: Introduction, June 1, 2018

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Tom Savage

NOAA Ship Fairweather

August 6 – 23, 2018

Mission: Southeast Alaska Hydrographic Survey

Geographic Area of Cruise: Southeast Alaska… 699 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

#ElliottProud: Reza Akbari

Reza H. Akbari received his MA in Middle East Studies in May 2012. While at the Elliott School, Reza interned at the US Treasury Department and… 568 more words

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#ElliottProud: Phoenix Mourning-Star

Dr. Phoenix Mourning-Star received a Master’s in International Affairs from the Elliott School of International Affairs in 2015 specializing in Science and Technology Policy. He is a scientist for the Marine Corps’ Operational Test Activity, whose primary work is in the development of cyber methodologies for testing the cyber resilience of systems in the DoD acquisitions pipeline that does or can connect to information systems.  485 more words

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Alumnus wins election, works to improve Whittier

by Tiffany Liu

Whittier’s newest city councilman walked Spartan halls for four years, ran track, played football, and wrote articles for the paper. Nowhere on his agenda at that time was the goal of winning elections and maneuvering in the political world. 430 more words

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A Q&A with Jon Hirschberger

By Austin Lamb

Below is a Q&A with ACS alumnus Jon Hirschberger ‘06. Some responses have been edited for clarity.

What appealed to you about ACS before you enrolled? 1,299 more words

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Che Broadnax: Merging Social Justice and Film

By Austin Lamb

As a child, Brooklyn-based film director Che Broadnax ‘95 loved to draw and read comic books. As he grew older, his initial inclination to go into the film industry was based in an enjoyment of storytelling and visual arts. 1,147 more words

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