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Abbe Miller
National Conference

Abbe Miller ’13 presented her research at the DePauw University Undergraduate Ethics Symposium on April 11-13, 2013. Miller’s paper, “Nomadic Ethics: Addressing the For Profit Immigrant Prison System,” was chosen from submissions by students at leading colleges across the United States.

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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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Tyrian Robertson
Student Plans Disaster Relief Nonprofit

Tyrian Robertson ’17 sees how the broader world is at work in her life and is inspired to use her skills and abilities to benefit others. After graduation, Robertson hopes to start a nonprofit that helps areas recover from natural disasters.

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