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Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco
Law, Diplomacy and Refugee Studies

When Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco ’19 left her Long Island, N.Y., home for Earlham, she was determined to do more than earn a degree. Just two years into earning her Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Global Studies from Earlham, she is gaining real-world experience in international law, diplomacy, and refugee studies while putting her knowledge into action.

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Duncan McNelis
Gathering Perspective

Duncan McNelis ’18 says he feels ready to accomplish big things.

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Alejandra Traslosheros Reyes
Justice Driven

Growing up in four different countries taught Alejandra Traslosheros Reyes ’18 that you can never learn enough.

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