A Passion for Politics
Jocelyn Collins ’16 interns with Maryland and U.S. Senators
Senior has her eye
on the White House
Jocelyn Collins, who has a double major in Communication and Political Science and International Studies, served as an intern for Maryland State Sen. Katherine Klausmeier during the 2015 legislative session and little more than a month later, she began her internship in D.C. with Sen. Ben Cardin.
“I plan to become an elected official one day, hopefully working my way up through the Maryland House of Delegates to the Maryland Senate, then the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and finally as President of the United States,” she said. “At the end of the day, I just want to make the world a better place!”
Jabraan Ismail ’14 is creating videos as a new media specialist
Keeps films interesting
No one would have predicted or even guessed that Jabraan Ismail’s Cinema degree would land him a first job at the national headquarters of the American Physical Therapy Association in Alexandria, Va.
The 2014 grad may be a long way from Sunset Boulevard, but he couldn’t be happier, describing his work as new media specialist to the organization’s 90,000 members as “awesome” and “exciting.”
“I love what I do whether it’s researching new gear or filming PT Day on Capitol Hill,” says Ismail of the job that has taken him, camera in tow, on assignments dotting the country from Seattle to Philadelphia. Read more »
The spring sports season on the Hill quickly became the season of records. On Mar. 14, Danielle Entrot etched her name atop the career list for goals scored.
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A Scholarly Untangling
Class explores hair through physics, forensics, history and more
From Identity Marker
To Forensic Evidence
We wash it, dye it, braid it, straighten it, shave it, obsess over losing it, leave it at crime scenes and donate it to Locks of Love.
“Hair is a fascinating, complex and integral component of racial, sexual, gender, generational, class and cultural politics,” said English professor Mary Bendel-Simso. About a dozen different professors from a diversity of departments presented guest lectures and labs for the 14 students enrolled in "Hair: A Scholarly Untangling," the Sophomore Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) course designed and taught by Bendel-Simso this spring.