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Andrew Medina-Marino ’96 is saving lives.
Marcela Escobari ’96 turns humanitarian theory into real-life practice.
Spring 2017 / Issue III / Volume CXIV
Brendan Work ’10 is immersed in Arabic and empathy.
All year, every year, Olivia Leventhal ’18 is helping African schoolchildren.
Since the mid-1990s, Thomas Hjelm ’81 has led companies into new digital eras to engage a new generation of global audiences.
As a student at Swarthmore Sa’ed Atshan ’06 felt torn between two worlds.
Helen Fox ’94 seeks to save the world’s coral reefs
Winter 2016 / Issue II / CXIII
Marcia Grant ’60 takes a global view of liberal arts.
Fall 2015 / Issue I / CXIII
At Swarthmore, Josef Joffe ’65 found the ‘epitome of an education.’
Working since the 1970s with refugees and asylum law, Bruce Leimsidor ’63 is interested in all aspects of human rights, including, most recently, the recriminalization of homosexuality in India.