Law and Society News

Thevenin '12 Returning to DA's Office

With spring just around the corner - give or take a few errant snowflakes - students across campus are beginning to look toward the summer. Among them is Mirabelle Thevenin '12, who will be returning for a second year to the Kings County District Attorney's Office. She plans to intern with its Investigation Bureau, a division that helps address serious, high-profile and violent crimes. Thevenin ...
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Brophy on Ethics, Environment

Professor of Philosophy Scott Brophy '78 was recently the moderator of the keynote session of the Northeast Environmental Studies (NEES) Group conference, which annually brings together professors from colleges and universities in the Northeast. An article that appeared on the Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire notes the NEES conference is among "a record number of gatherings and publicatio...
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Interning in Real Estate

Frank Leach '11 had never really thought about a career in real estate until this summer. Thanks to a recommendation by his fraternity brothers at Sigma Phi, the political science major is learning more about the corporate world at his internship with The Bozzuto Group, a privately-held real estate organization based in Greenbelt, Md. Led by CEO Thomas S. Bozzuto '68, the company oversees the ope...
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White to Shadow Councilwoman

Citing an interest in the inner workings of governmental operations, Hobart student Bakari White '12 will intern at the Philadelphia City Council this summer. He will work with Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, a 10-year veteran of the City Council. Brown has led a number of initiatives aimed at improving the quality of life of the city's children, such as getting the Phillies and the Eagles...
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Presenting Orientation 2014 Coordinators

Christopher Bramwell '11, who led Orientation 2013, will be back for another year, joined this year by Katherine Coley '11. With the Orientation 2014 theme of "Worlds of Experience," Bramwell and Coley are thrilled to be coordinating orientation and are eager to start planning activities. "It's going to be even better than the last time," Bramwell says. "Orientation is a memorable and great ...
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